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All fans are hypocrites when it comes to their teams but the lads I see on Twitter with the green and gold avis and #GlazersOut on their bio take the fucking cookie. You little frauds, you would be nowhere near them if you have kept challenging and winning for trophies. Just like you did when the protests started after the Glazers took over (and the debt issued appeared). Remember when the hard shoulder shitting manager of yours backed them to the hilt?

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Linked with a £70m move for Milinkovic-Savic now.

Just throwing money at anyone to prove they're still relevant.

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Linked with a £70m move for Milinkovic-Savic now.

Just throwing money at anyone to prove they're still relevant.

He has had a bad season. To me he doesn't look too different than Gruijic in quality. I can see him struggling.

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Given a right proper welcome to Australia, this lot!!

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Given a right proper welcome to Australia, this lot!!

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And they were playing the Mo Salah song at the stadium at the time. ;D

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Wool behaviour that.

Wools train in Perth?
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The entire British media has been obsessed with United ever since Busby.  Even when they were shite the last time in the 70s and 80s.  All Sky did was a Trump-esque appropriation of that obsession and ballooned it into their own personal commercial behemoth.

I'd hardly say United's noisiest supporters constitute a "large" section of the fanbase. ;D

Although it was before my time, I always thought it was the Munich Air disaster that put Man United into the public consciousness more than anything else. From what I've been told by people older than myself, and what I've read and heard over the years, football and the world in general was different back then. There wasn't the kind of tribal hatreds we see today and, quite rightly in my opinion, the whole country got behind United after the appalling disaster at Munich. Apparently, many, many people vowed to follow the club from then on. After what happened to the club/team, it's no wonder that so many people had deep sympathy for them and developed an affinity for them which endured long after. Coming back from that terrible tragedy to win the European Cup in '68 was remarkable, and cemented them into the public consciousness permanently.

I don't think any right-minded people would have resented the attention placed upon them back in those days. Where resentment did finally set in was in the 70s and 80s when United were an ailing, rudderless shambles. Relegated by the club then known as Manchester City on their own patch in '74. At best they were a plucky cup side, but mostly they were an absolute joke. A laughing stock, yet still full of arrogance. While teams like Liverpool were sweeping all before them at home and abroad, those serial losers and also-rans grabbed the headlines. Clubs like Forest did amazing things, yet United got unwarranted headlines. Everton bagged two titles, and although it was a third rate (now defunct) trophy at the time, they also won a European trophy. An FA Cup too, yet the shambolic Man United would still get the headlines from a sycophantic and fawning media. The media would built them up and declare what they were going to do ... whilst the clubs that were actually doing great things were getting overlooked in the recognition and headlines department. United and their whole media machine were just the gobby loudmouths who amounted to little of substance back then. Think Gallagher brothers today.

Luckily for United, Ferguson arrived on the scene to eventually instill some substance into what had become the myth. They got it right just as Sky were hijacking the game. Hype, bullshit and bling. They were made for each other. The hype around United went into overdrive. Much of the headlines were actually deserved through the Ferguson era, but a lot of it was also pretty sickly. It's a bit like how the press think everyone wants to hear and see what Katie Price is doing, so they will publicise every tiny detail as though it was an earth-shattering story. Facts are, with United and Price, the only people who give a shit are their actual fans. For the rest, it's a major turn-off.

These days it's actually funny seeing them desperately trying to show they remain somehow relevant when their biggest rivals are European Champions for the 6th time, and their Abu Dhabi neighbours are busy purchasing the domestic silverware. The headlines they get are looking all the more silly too, usually centering on some immature antics of their 'star' players. Facts are, there isn't really much to report on at OT anymore other than their decline. Their headlines make useful wrapping for your fish and chips, but that's about it.



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Wool behaviour that.

Well it IS Perth after all :D
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Well it IS Perth after all :D

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Wool behaviour that.

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Although it was before my time, I always thought it was the Munich Air disaster that put Man United into the public consciousness more than anything else. From what I've been told by people older than myself, and what I've read and heard over the years, football and the world in general was different back then. There wasn't the kind of tribal hatreds we see today and, quite rightly in my opinion, the whole country got behind United after the appalling disaster at Munich. Apparently, many, many people vowed to follow the club from then on. After what happened to the club/team, it's no wonder that so many people had deep sympathy for them and developed an affinity for them which endured long after. Coming back from that terrible tragedy to win the European Cup in '68 was remarkable, and cemented them into the public consciousness permanently.

I don't think any right-minded people would have resented the attention placed upon them back in those days. Where resentment did finally set in was in the 70s and 80s when United were an ailing, rudderless shambles. Relegated by the club then known as Manchester City on their own patch in '74. At best they were a plucky cup side, but mostly they were an absolute joke. A laughing stock, yet still full of arrogance. While teams like Liverpool were sweeping all before them at home and abroad, those serial losers and also-rans grabbed the headlines. Clubs like Forest did amazing things, yet United got unwarranted headlines. Everton bagged two titles, and although it was a third rate (now defunct) trophy at the time, they also won a European trophy. An FA Cup too, yet the shambolic Man United would still get the headlines from a sycophantic and fawning media. The media would built them up and declare what they were going to do ... whilst the clubs that were actually doing great things were getting overlooked in the recognition and headlines department. United and their whole media machine were just the gobby loudmouths who amounted to little of substance back then. Think Gallagher brothers today.

Luckily for United, Ferguson arrived on the scene to eventually instill some substance into what had become the myth. They got it right just as Sky were hijacking the game. Hype, bullshit and bling. They were made for each other. The hype around United went into overdrive. Much of the headlines were actually deserved through the Ferguson era, but a lot of it was also pretty sickly. It's a bit like how the press think everyone wants to hear and see what Katie Price is doing, so they will publicise every tiny detail as though it was an earth-shattering story. Facts are, with United and Price, the only people who give a shit are their actual fans. For the rest, it's a major turn-off.

These days it's actually funny seeing them desperately trying to show they remain somehow relevant when their biggest rivals are European Champions for the 6th time, and their Abu Dhabi neighbours are busy purchasing the domestic silverware. The headlines they get are looking all the more silly too, usually centering on some immature antics of their 'star' players. Facts are, there isn't really much to report on at OT anymore other than their decline. Their headlines make useful wrapping for your fish and chips, but that's about it.





Good post. I was a few days short of my 11th birthday when the Munich air crash happened. In those days Christmas celebrations lasted far, far longer than now, and I was at a Christmas party organised by the local Fire Service, where my godfather was Chief Fire Officer.

It really was a quite remarkable event in respect of how the public responded. The only event of similar reverberations I can recall was the death of Diana.
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Looks like Lukaku is on his way to Inter, no doubt one of those shitty loan deals Italian clubs do so well.

Have they been linked with a replacement? Griezemann isn't English but he fits the profile otherwise.

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Looks like Lukaku is on his way to Inter, no doubt one of those shitty loan deals Italian clubs do so well.

Have they been linked with a replacement? Griezemann isn't English but he fits the profile otherwise.

Griezmann isn't going to the Mancs.

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Griezmann isn't going to the Mancs.

They can afford his fee, pay him a million a week, and he's exactly the right age.

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He's intent on going full Red Nose - that drunken 'arl twat hated the fans as well.

To be fair many players hate their own fans too. Roy Keane for instance
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In all of this, let's not forget Jurgen joining the chorus of 'they have to give the job to Ole' just before we played them. He knew what he was doing.

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They can afford his fee, pay him a million a week, and he's exactly the right age.

Yes, but Champions League football?

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Yes, but Champions League football?

2 million a week then

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I see Granada Reports has just trolled them by showing the six times banner fly-past.  ;D

Childish .... but still funny.  8)
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Evertonian that?

No, their banner would say YOU DON'T NEED TROPHIES TO BE A WINNER BUT WE ARE A WINNER.

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No, their banner would say YOU DON'T NEED TROPHIES TO BE A WINNER BUT WE ARE A WINNER.

That mural is still the funniest Everton thing I've ever seen
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That mural is still the funniest Everton thing I've ever seen
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I love the way the main body of that 'trophy' seems to behind Moyes's right shoulder, so that really he is just holding an empty base with the trophy behind him. Something of a metaphor for the Ev, their trophy days long behind them and their current state just a load of bluster and empty promises.
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SO Moyes and Sanchez, which is the worse signing for them?
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Considering, Moyes was a great signing.

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Considering, Moyes was a great signing.
He bought in fellani which is probably their only successful post fergie signing
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A month to get their act together. A long old season awaits. Over by the end of August. But in true Everton fashion they will churn out the league position only matters after 10 games. It's the hope that will kill them. Hahahahahahaha
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This season is going to be glorious, canít wait to see them implode. From Pogba to the dross in their squad with huge contacts to the Glazers playing with them on strings, itís all coming to a head.

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We don't want it to come to a head, we want a slow bleed over 20 years
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We don't want it to come to a head, we want a slow bleed over 20 years
I would accept their relegation this season as a hilarious alternative though.
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Nah, I want them to fall into the same mid-table quicksand Everton have been in for 30 years. Never having ANYTHING to play for, not promotion, not a relegation battle. Nothing.
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I hope Ole just loses match after match with everyone saying the table doesn't mean anything yet, then nearing Christmas they will realise they are in danger of being pulled into the relegation zone and bring in Giggsy. Come March they have no choice but to call up Big Sam in a desperate bid to stay up.

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I hope Ole just loses match after match with everyone saying the table doesn't mean anything yet, then nearing Christmas they will realise they are in danger of being pulled into the relegation zone and bring in Giggsy. Come March they have no choice but to call up Big Sam in a desperate bid to stay up.

I don't know, I think they need some hope. Maybe pogba sticks around and they continue to bully the odd team enough to stay within touching distance of top four. Occasionally they rack up a big scoreline and people dream of the ferguson days and claim they'll be a force when they find their consistency, but it never comes and they fall short again, with the fans blaming the owners and claiming ole needs more money.

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I will probably watch their first match against Chelsea, should be quite interesting.
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I hope Ole just loses match after match with everyone saying the table doesn't mean anything yet, then nearing Christmas they will realise they are in danger of being pulled into the relegation zone and bring in Giggsy. Come March they have no choice but to call up Big Sam in a desperate bid to stay up.

Feeling all moist just reading that

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So many permutations. So many different possibilities. Such a spectacular time to be around to watch their demise.
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Oleh gone by November, wonder what his odds are on first manager to be sacked next season?
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