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Discussion in 'Breakfast with Gazza (with Sachmoneious Bullcrap)' started by Cellar-Door, Dec 15, 2018.
With that win, Klopp has now beaten every Premier League team at least once.
Just as nice, MUFC are 19 points behind. It’s nice to bury a rival so early.
36 shot attempts by Liverpool is the most in the PL this season. Corsi’d the pants off em as they say
So with that united loss, there are 6 different clubs who could be in 6th place by this time next week
given the recent history, never felt good about this game even at 2-1, but looking back objectively ManU is not competitive with they LFC squad.
happy Mane scored after the last few matches
happy they scored three and Salah was not the primary or even secondary reason
happy Shaquiri and Keita played meaningful and positive minutes
looking for VVD to sit Friday vs Wolves just to see how they might approach their first UEFA round of 16 match
As an Everton fan I'd like to think that the Toffees will nose ahead of ManU for 6th by the end of the season. Everton have hit a rough patch that has exposed their limitations, so while I think it's possible I'm realistic. Still, if it's not Everton, I wouldn't be surprised to see one (or maybe more?) of Leicester, Bournemouth, or (less likely) West Ham, Watford, or Wolves go ahead of United.
It's hard to think of a team (in any sport) that has had such a cloud over it and that has underperformed so much relative to the quality of its players.
Can’t this be said of any of Mourinho’s last few teams?
There is something fundamentally flawed in how he manages, at least in the long term. The act wears thin after a period and he just explodes. Conversely, when he goes, his sides tend to respond well to the change. The worst thing for United haters would be his firing.
The owners/Woodward have to realize that top four is gone right? I can’t think if any reason to keep Mourinho around aside from what I would cost him.
I’d sack him, give it to McKinnon (assistant coach and former U21 coach) and make a run at someone in the summer. Meanwhile hire a Director of Football.
i'm obviously biased, but I think West Ham is the best of those 6 teams, especially if we either add a player or two in the window or get Lanzini back. We had a terrible start as we adapted to a ton of new players, a new manager and a new system, but since then, even with a ton of injuries the team has been really good.