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Andy Townsend has suggested that Mason Greenwood should see a sports psychologist, with the club apparently very concerned about his attitude. Could he become another waster like Ravel Morrison before him ?
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Am I right in reading that Utd would challenge for the title if only they could get the right players in and the correct manager and the correct ownership.   But other than that they are not far away. 
 
Do you mind if I borrow your theory in case I end up in charge of a football club some day?
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Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Andy Townsend has suggested that Mason Greenwood should see a sports psychologist, with the club apparently very concerned about his attitude. Could he become another waster like Ravel Morrison before him ?

Talk that he's being a regular 18 year old kid, staying up late playing video games online with his mates, and being knackered at training. Doesnt seem to be too much at the moment
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Andy Townsend has suggested that Mason Greenwood should see a sports psychologist, with the club apparently very concerned about his attitude. Could he become another waster like Ravel Morrison before him ?

Talk that he's being a regular 18 year old kid, staying up late playing video games online with his mates, and being knackered at training. Doesnt seem to be too much at the moment
His best mate just committed suicide, give the kid a break
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I was giving the kid a break, think it's a nothing story
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Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Andy Townsend has suggested that Mason Greenwood should see a sports psychologist, with the club apparently very concerned about his attitude. Could he become another waster like Ravel Morrison before him ?

It was Andros Townsend, not Andy.LOL

Unless your good.mates with the Palace winger and call him Andy
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Been an advocate for Pogba previously but think it's time to cash in on him. Realistically hasnt had a good season since joining and seems that OGS is accommodating him more than DVDB which I cant understand
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

Been an advocate for Pogba previously but think it's time to cash in on him. Realistically hasnt had a good season since joining and seems that OGS is accommodating him more than DVDB which I cant understand

Pogba counts as "home grown", so they don't want to sell him unless it's for top dollar. And they won't get that if he's not playing at least now and again.

It's obvious that OGS has given up on him, so this will be Glazers/Woodward's doing.
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Manure/WBrom
 
a game of two penos today one given and one not and we all know which side was awarded one and it had to be retaken after being saved, gotta feel for BilicUnhappy
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United were shocking. WBA possibly could have deserved a draw. Thought it was correct decision on pen to deny and then to give to United and the retake. There was deffo a foul in build up to pen, very toothless performance tho.
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It's very worrying that you have to rely on a retaken penalty against one of the poorest team in the leagues to win at home. 
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

It's very worrying that you have to rely on a retaken penalty against one of the poorest team in the leagues to win at home. 
And that you feel the need to play two holding dms. Its ridiculous.
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Very true, playing West Brom at home with the same mindset as if you were playing Man City at home
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Originally posted by ChesterCopperpot ChesterCopperpot wrote:

It's very worrying that you have to rely on a retaken penalty against one of the poorest team in the leagues to win at home. 

The same poor team that drew with Chelsea and Spurs needed a last minute winner to beat 1-0?

They're poor but no pushovers.

Regardless of the above United should be beating teams like West Brom easily at home and definitely shouldn't be playing two defensive midfielders, would've been a perfect game for Donny to partner Fred/Matic and dictate the play from midfield.
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