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RoM Reads

Scott writes for Sportlobster about Tom Cleverley’s United future.

The Telegraph has a Giggs extract from Daniel Harris’ great book on Treble.

The Guardian reports on Moyes’ claims that Rooney could play in every game this season.

Pride Of All Europe ponders on Gerrard and Terry’s possible careers at United.

By Far The Greatest Team looks at Mourinho’s fall out with Lukaku.


 

4 Comments

  1. zibbie says:

    Go Cardiff!

  2. zibbie says:

    Fuking hummers!

  3. wayne barker says:

    Ask me Maureen has lost the plot quite a bit,not playing Mata who’s been one of the best players in the prem since coming now he’s getting into issues with Hazard and Lukaku,playing a RB at LB instead of Cashley.Maureen has to learn to say he fucked up.Rent Boys didn’t need Eto,he’s done and didn’t need to spend 30 mill on Willian.Only a few players left from his Rent Boy glory days and most of the newer players don’t seem to be buying into his game playing.

  4. Tommy says:

    Time is definatly running out for Clevs, With the accusition of Fellani, albeit hes been dissapointing so far and Carricks 2 year deal, jones can play in their and Moyes is certain to bring in a midfielder or 2 in january and the summer his days could be numbered if he does not impress and impress quickly!

    Cant wait to read this book its definatly on my xmas list, what a team in 99 and what a player, happy birthday Giggsy!

    Lets hope Rooney remains uptop with Shinji in the 10 position and then when RVP returns, Moyes dose not take the easy option and put Kags wide left and go back to predictable 442.

    Wouldnt shit on Gerrard or Terry, I dont like scousers in general and Terrys a racist cunt so glad we never got either of these two!

    Strange one sending Lukaku out on loan, Good player Lukaku, I would say if Chico does leave this summer, Moyes should put in a cheeky offer but the chances are if Chelsea dont win the league then Mareen will be gone anyway so he will prob wait for whether the next man rates him higher than Mareen

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