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Galway
11-07-2010, 11:26 PM
Manchester United:

GK: Van der Sar B+, Kuszczak B-
RB: O'Shea B, Rafael B-
LB: Evra A, Fabio B-
CB: Vidic A, Ferdinand A, Brown B, Evans B, Smalling B

RM: Valencia B+, Park B
CM: Fletcher A-, Scholes B+, Carrick B-, Anderson B-, Gibson C-, Hargreaves F(get fit you bastard:wank:)
LM: Nani B+, Giggs B

Forwards: Rooney A, Berbatov A-, Chicharito B+, Owen, B-, Macheda, B-, Obertan C+, Bebe, C+

Signings needed:
A top class midfielder to replace Scholes, Recommendation: Schweinsteiger
Maybe another winger, Recommendation: Alexis Sanchez
A keeper when VDS retires, Recommendation: Hugo Lloris

You could make a case for a RB too, but I'd wait for Rafael to develop, with O'Shea/Brown playing the big games until he's ready

Elephant Man
11-07-2010, 11:27 PM
:sad:Galway needs a shag

Galway
11-07-2010, 11:30 PM
:sad:Galway needs a shag

Begbie is trolling because he knows all the Birmingham players get C's or D's :sad:

Jord
11-08-2010, 12:25 AM
:cop: Good thread but I doubt whether or not the Irish Man Utd fans will care for my post :sad:

GK: Julian Speroni (easily premiership class, best shot stopper in all the championship and would probably be a decent signing for most prem teams, is certainly no worse than anything Arsenal have bar potentially Chezney), Lewis Price (:cop: half decent keeper but has tailed off over the last couple years)

RB: Clyne(future England RB, easily a future prem player but still got some maturing to do, work on his positioning and defensive consistency), Wright (mr solid, not anything flashy but with time is a dependable player)

CB: McCarthy (:sad: supposedly our captain but makes too many errors, needs a half decent partner at centre half), Davis (liability or cult hero, too often a liability), Gardner(might be harsh but havent liked the look of what ive seen) and Barrett(committed but not good enough for the level), none of them up to the task.

LB: Hills ( should be a great left back for us in the future, prob not good enough for prem though, great getting forward, needs to mature aswell defensively) Bennett is half decent, not anything amazing though.

Centre Mids: Davids (too old, and his legs have gone making him a liability, had a couple half decent games though),
Marrow(great great player, 100% effort, 100% commitment and a great all round combative midfielder),
Danns(he's our engine, without him in the team we get overrun and have no bite or pace in midfield, missed him through injury big time),
Dorman (pretty football player with a decent footballing brain but too lightweight for the championship, poor mans Ambrose),
Garvan (Potentially a great player, very good shot on him and great range of passes, needs to play alongside people who can carry him though because he can be a passenger in centre mid and can be anonymous)

Wingers: Djilali (hugely skillful player, great first touch and can beat a man with ease, but inconsistent, with time and as he matures and gets more consistent, will be a great little player. needs to work on his final ball and finishing though. an out and out winger and can leave the defense looking weak as he doesn't track back.)
Cadogan ( same bracket as in a hugely talented player, but much more of an all round midfielder than winger. tracks back well, has a good eye for goal, but needs to add consistency to his game which will come as he gets older.)
Zaha (best of the bunch, potentially a premier league striker, is fearless, torments defenders, but needs to work on his teamwork, finishing and releasing the ball earlier rather than hanging on to it.)
Ambrose(mr talisman for us, he's the only player we have with any cutting edge, been missed hugely since he was out injured, should help us rise up the table as fitness improves)

Strikers:
Andrew (donkey)
Vaughan (bit greedy but a quality player, is committed, but needs to work on playing as a team to become a better player)
Counago (holds ball up well, lazy, and that's about it.)
Scannell (very quick, but injury prone and needs time to come back and be given a run in the first team.)


:cop: that's it. We basically need more fight in the team, some leaders, and a decent centre back to partner captain Paddy. Once that settles down we got the makings of a good team.

Jord
11-08-2010, 12:25 AM
:rofl: sorry for the huge post.

ulster86
11-08-2010, 12:31 AM
You could make a case for a RB too, but I'd wait for Rafael to develop, with O'Shea/Brown playing the big games until he's ready


Rafael is going to be world class IMO. You can tell he's got quality going forward and defensively.

Elephant Man
11-08-2010, 01:13 AM
:sad:Grant installs FM and suddenly he thinks hes an expert on football

ulster86
11-08-2010, 01:17 AM
The Special One has an eye for talent :woot:

Jord
11-08-2010, 01:30 AM
The Special One has an eye for talent :woot:

:cop: I do, but enough about me, what about you?:woot:

Elephant Man
11-08-2010, 01:31 AM
:hail:The True Guru has got Crawley to the FA cup final:owned:

Jord
11-08-2010, 01:33 AM
:hail:The True Guru has got Crawley to the FA cup final:owned:

:sad: Adding a new manager every time u had a game in the FA cup, putting keepers on the pitch.

Elephant Man
11-08-2010, 01:35 AM
:sad: Adding a new manager every time u had a game in the FA cup, putting keepers on the pitch.

:sad:Such a lack of trust on this site

ulster86
11-08-2010, 01:47 AM
Gaming nerds desecrating Galways's thread :sad: