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  1. Sure, but I’m also thinking of when he was caretaker manager for a few games. I vaguely remember it being very route one. Could be wrong though.
  2. What has ever suggested Duncan Ferguson as a progressive football manager? Genuinely asking.
  3. You’re the reason I don’t go on here any more. People don’t listen, they just want their opinion to win. Quite happy to go again.
  4. Not been on here in ages, imagine this thread comes up once a week, here's mine - had been a Johnson supporter all the way through the blips of previous seasons, but the combination of a terrible run of results and really horrible football means I'm now ready to look towards a Bristol City without LJ. But with who? I'm personally not up for having a slew of managers that aim for short-term success. A Warnock, a Pulis or, god help us, a Pardew would make me dread our future. So please suggest who you'd pick (reasonable suggestions only) to succeed Johnson and keep the club building o
  5. Also the purple and lime jacket on sale doesn't seem to have the arrows on the sleeves like Massengo's. Shame. *edit* it looks like it does in a couple of shots but not in others.
  6. Moore loan to Blackpool confirmed. Here we go.
  7. *quick glance to camera* *Handbags and Gladrags kicks in*
  8. Has anyone got the Curb Your Enthusiasm music to hand?
  9. Debatable. Not in this case, but in others, definitely debatable.
  10. Yeah, that's very true - although wasn't he in a different role at that point?
  11. Right, fine, at one point. Probably not at the financial level they're dealing at though. Also, when that sort of thing happens you'd probably want whoever was responsible to be fired, whatever club, especially when they continue to make mistakes. Also, the clubs they're trying to compete with aren't making nearly as many mistakes. And just because something is bigger/better doesn't mean you can't complain when it's falling into disrepair. Fans will pay substantially more to go to Old Trafford than 99% of other grounds. Spurs, City and Arsenal (so at least half of their competitors) now h
  12. It was one of the best grounds, but now it's starting to fall apart because it hasn't been refurbished in years. I'm not saying they're protesting in the right way, but we've protested for far less since Johnson's been at the club. The damage Woodward has done to United's legacy, success and commercial popularity is pretty shocking.
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