If Manchester United players really care they will use this damaging fallout from Brighton loss as inspiration – Warm-up

Tuesday’s Big Stories

What are Man Utd

Harmful opinion began on Manchester United’s season after their opening weekend loss against Brighton on Sunday, and after taking over a lot of newspaper and online articles on Monday, the debriefs continue today – make no mistake.


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Tech includes, and it barely touches the surface:

  • United have failed Eric Ten Hug in recruitment
  • Ten Haig should walk away if United fails in transfers
  • United’s players are a world away from the Premier League’s best
  • It’s The Same Old United As Long As The Glazers Owned
  • Protests and fights in the stands show where the club is
  • Ed Woodward thought ‘having Man Utd’ was enough to keep the position

There is no defeat like Manchester United’s loss to the media, and while all of the above points are very valid, you would imagine that the club’s players would use this as fuel for their season, as a motivation to turn things around. can/should. around.

After just one game, it appears the dice have been rolled, and there is already a feeling that Ten Hag is doomed to fail at United. Except, this is not the case, because it cannot be the case. it is just a gameNo season is defined until the first 90 minutes, and so if this United side really cares, they will seize the opportunity, fight to turn things around, and the mindset against us while they are at it. will create – that is, if there is no division in the camp, which it appears to be.

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but. But… at least the club are trying to address their poor summer transfer window through the recruitment of *Czech Notes* – Adrian Rabiot and Marko Arnatovic?


A “very inconsistent” midfielder and a 33-year-old forward that no other club in the Premier League’s top 10, let’s face it, would consider buying this transfer window. Maybe even the whole league.

Somehow, just days after Ten Haag insisted United buy the “right player”, they are chasing goals that were not only down on their wish list earlier this summer, but to begin with. were not even for.

Frustration rages again, and the fact that Ten Haig and assistant Steve McLaren admired Arnoutovic from his time at FC Twenty 13 (THIRTEEN) years ago is shameful, and it’s high time someone at the club cracked it down. and began writing a relocation strategy. from starting. Because at this summer’s display, there may not have been a proper display before, and even the one written on the back of a cigarette packet will do at this point. Obviously there is a good pairing in the lower tiers named Benson and Hedges, why not make an offer for them?

Barcelona disasterclass continues

Now you can count on one hand how many days Barcelona have left before their first league game of the new season, but you’ll need two to count the number of unregistered players.

The new signings of Robert Lewandowski, Jules Kaunde, Franck Casey, Andreas Christensen and Rafinha are yet to be registered, as have the trio who signed the renewal in Ousmane Dembele, Sergi Roberto and Gavi, and while Barcelona are reportedly adamant – LaLiga Among the disagreements with – that this third lever should allow all of them to be registered, it is always the fourth level.
At all times, there is talk of not only Barcelona canceling Frankie de Jong’s current contract amid claims that there are irregularities in the deal, but also that Gerard is ready to take the pick another Pay cut for registering players.

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It’s a disaster class when it comes to running a football club, and while they can scrape through registration before the game against Rayo Vallecano – or let’s face it, what they want most in Robert Lewandowski – This is an embarrassing approach from one of the biggest clubs in the world.

With the clock ticking, expect daily updates from now to Saturday, as it really is a race against time.

in other news

Ismaila Sarr, somehow still at Watford, did two humiliating things last night in the Championship against West Brom. First of all, this is its half-beauty…

And then a very outrageously poor penalty that helped West Brom secure a 1-1 draw. Ouch. One man two-good-two-bad reel.

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As we want to share the video of that dad jumping down a waterpark slide from a great height – and catching some serious airtime – we’ll be glued to football and congratulating Son Heung-min on his contract with Calvin Klein Will give

stop. That’s not football!

retro corner

We are starting to look very old. Filippo Inzagi turns 49 today, and boy did love Champions League.

is coming

A dash of EFL Cup action tonight, with a sprinkling of Champions League qualifying, with Rangers completing a 2-0 deficit against Union Saint-Guillois. And maybe some more Manchester United fallout.


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