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  1. King Eric says:

    Cedars – Ha. I was infact being serious!


  2. CedarsDevil says:

    King Eric

    Would never have doubted that you were being serious for one second my friend, I know you too well..

    For those who did watch Robbo live, what an honor eh?

  3. King Eric says:

    Cedars – Absolutely mate. To think as well he suffered fractured collar bones, broken legs, arms etc. Hard as nails.

  4. dazbomber says:

    CedarsDevil- those metal bars were fucking horrible
    MikeKelly12 – I use to do the same in the scoreboard end . The banter with away fans nothing like it.

  5. smartalex says:

    I saw Robbo play once. United sent a weak squad to Johannesburg, but it didn’t matter as Robbo was playing. I travelled 1000 km by mini-bus to see him in the friendly against Arsenal.

    Two yellow cards, and off. Fucking disaster, what can you do?

    I’ve seen Robbo play for United, can’t take that away from me.

  6. CedarsDevil says:


    Its a treasured moment pal, always keep it in your heart which I am sure you will

  7. aimanunited says:

    feed wayne rooney?
    with what?

  8. Kevin says:

    @daemondada 11:53
    I had thought the same thing when I had about Torres. Rooney can be shifted to the center but am not so comfortable with his application at the moment.
    Cedars, that is a very funny story on the forgeries.

  9. Paco Rabane says:

    Rooney won’t be shifting anywhere for that bitch. It’s a non story anyway. United aren’t interested in him. Maybe once, but not now.

  10. smartalex says:

    It’s my pace-maker, CedarsDevil!

  11. daemondada says:

    @smartalex 12:15

    Sorry for the belated reply bro,just proceeded on a lunch break.
    Thanks for taking out the time and effort to peruse the unimportant ramblings of a once-in-a-while ‘newbie’ poster as myself you being a RoM heavyweight and all.please bear with my ‘sms’ language because I’m not allowed to use official bandwidth and so I’m forced to contribute my ‘quota’ covertly from my hand held device (as can be clearly seen from the portrait rather than landscape layout of my pieces).It might also interest you to know (though I’m sure you do) that amalgams such as can’t,won’t,don’t etc were frowned upon when they first appeared on the scene.Now,they are standard fare.
    Still,there is no substitute for hardwork and my lazy approach in communicating with fellow RoMers is bang out of order.
    Thanks for the advice and henceforth I’ll mke the effort to be as clear and concise as possible when pinning up my posts on RoM’s wall and reduce my use of sms and social networking ‘speak’ to the barest minimum (you must also forgive rioferdy5 as well eh?).
    @RoM,I’m so glad Fletch’s condition is finally out in the open.One word-Closure.
    Now we can surge ahead in our title defense unfettered by drama of any sort (injuries apart).
    God continue to bless Man United.

  12. Paul Parker says:

    Nothing would piss the Scousers off more than buying Torres, and as much as im tempted to say he’s 100% fucked and past it, I wouldn’t write him off after going to Chelsea for 50 million. I’d say he’s 95% fucked and past it, so theres hope for him somewhere I guess.

    As for United buying him he wouldn’t be my ideal choice, but if he’s really going for 20 odd million thats not a bad price to have Torres sat behind Rooney, Welbeck and Hernandez. You never know with our manager, but I doubt we’d want him anyway. Still think Spain is his best bet as he’s turned pale as fuck since living over here and his goal threat has similarly faded into a pasty shadow of his former self. That boy needs some sun and paella… pronto. He looks like a flipping impostor these days.

  13. Ash says:

    I would prefer Huntelaar to torres if we are to sign a striker. I thought we could have signed huntelaar 2 -3 years ago. The boy is a talent. He knows where the goal is. Great finisher.
    He is less injury prone also and could easily be top class for us for 4 odd seasons.

  14. daemondada says:


    hi bro,forgive my time lapse in responding to your post.You are quite right in your misgivings on Wazza’s application in a CM role yet I’m sure it’s nothing that some astute tutoring frm Scholesy cannot fix.remember how the Ginger Maestro used to bomb forward frm his midfield axis and chip in with his fair share of goals in tandem with ruud boy?
    Not to worry tho as we can always farm him out as we did Bebe if we find out that Ladyboy is past it as is the general RoM consensus.
    @paco rabane,
    never say never the wise ones say!

  15. Paco Rabane says:

    I’ll say never! ;) Quote me on that. :)

  16. daemondada says:

    Ok,I’ll make a mental note of that.

  17. smartalex says:

    daemondada – kudos brother, great response!

    Quite readable too, I must say.


  18. King Eric says:

    Ash – Noooooo mate. I think Hunterlaar is THE most over rated player about. He has been dogshit every time I have seen him play. Usually

  19. LUFCWhite says:

    “Feed The Scousers”

    Not obsessed though.

  20. daemondada says:


    Thanks.You are far too kind.

  21. Paco Rabane says:


    On a rivals blog? Not obsessed, yourself?

  22. CedarsDevil says:

    Paco Rabane

    Well done pal, you out that sheep shagger in his place

  23. smartalex says:

    tom c

    Should we follow your link? What might we find there, eating up our data bundle?

  24. tom c says:

    something to do with liverpool, mancity and united.

  25. smartalex says:

    Fucking Brilliant tom c! Hysterical! Great link mate!

  26. tom c says:

    hahahaha i know! thanks smartalex to have someone like you appreciate me posting.. makes it all worthwhile ;)

  27. smartalex says:

    tom c

    We are all Reds basking in the sunlight! Thanks for appreciating appreciation.
    We might start going round in circles at this rate! Ha Ha Ha ! ! !

    Post more often, even when you just feel like saying “Come on United!” It feels good.
    With regard to links, I occasionally express my views on what shouldn’t be linked, and how links are best presented that others may benefit. Despite my advise being patently unselfish, I am usually shot down for expressing it. It is true that there are no rules, but following some simple guide-lines is best for everyone.

    - Define the contents of the target, but don’t pre-deliver it’s punch-line.
    - Target reports of opinions from respected/known/hated individuals or groups, with “quotes”
    - Target the original news source or a reputable report of it. There are many sites that merely regurgitate all the news they read, whether it seems reputable or not.. They will write 10 reports in the identical manner, referencing scoops, sources and other media, and only 1 of the 10 will have any real content. If possible, find the original source or a reputable report of it.
    - If the point you intend to raise forms only part of the target piece, cut, edit and paste the relevant sections, but still link the source.
    - Sir Alex quotes should be brought in their entirety. We lap up his words, don’t leave any out!
    - There are other handy tips that I won’t go into now.

    I read all the comments, while admittedly concentrating on the quality and skimming offenders of repeated drivel. I don’t follow all the links. If I’ve no idea where it’s taking me, I will only go there if the link contributor is well proven. Especially video links.

    See you on another thread, brother!


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