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Other forum meltdown watch

Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by Woland, Mar 4, 2018.

  1. jan

    jan Well-Known Member

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    Is it just me?

    I go on a few websites of other teams but out of all the teams Man Vitys blueroom is like a hub for "paranoid everyone's out to gt us conspiracy wondering" supporters.

    If its not posts about VAR, theres ones about how the media has an agenda against them, then there ones about how ufea and fifa have a secret agenda against them and how they hate the CL and booing the CL anthem etc. Why are they so uptight? Shouldn't they be enjoying the fact that things will probably never get any better than what they have at the moment, i mean pep, oil money and great players...oh well form our perspective it makes it more fun when they have the rare odd stumble.
     
  3. Portly

    Portly Top quality gammon. Member

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    Manchester City have a wonderful squad of players, but the supporters believe that their squad is so good, that they must be totally invincible. Therefore, when anything goes wrong, it must be the result of some kind of chicanery.
     
  4. Dreambeliever

    Dreambeliever Looking on the brightside Member

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    Because for the most part rivals fans give them little respect for it.
     
  5. rurikbird

    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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    Steve Bruce's name is starting to (half-seriously, for now) come up on RedCafe as a potential Ole replacement. There is a growing realization that he will be sacked by Christmas and they might not make top 6.
     
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    moron i am legend Member

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    You mean they never listed to us here on 6CM ?
     
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    rurikbird Part of the Furniture Honorary Member

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  8. dantes

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    Aaahahahahaha they still don't get it, or see what's wrong with their club. They think it's a football issue, wrong tactics, wrong players, wrong substitution, wrong manager, wrong transfers, grass is always greener, wah wah wah. Hahahaaahahaha. The problem is the culture of the club, it's no longer a family. The players are working, at jobs, which means they won't die for each other, or their manager, or their chairman. They also have a lack of faith in themselves because they know like everyone else the scum fans don't rate them, would rather better players came in, aahhahahahahaaaaa. There is no escaping from that vicious circle, other than to just accept your doom. They'll be fucked for a decade or two, before the atmosphere at the club gets back to being the positive toghethernessy vomit you need for players to willingly try their best and duly perform the way ours do.

    Or get into fights the way ours did today, which just demonstrates how personally invested they are.
     
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    StevieM SCM's resident Beer Nazi, Wine Snob & Comic Geek Honorary Member

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    So... wrong players, wrong manager is actually the problem then?
     
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    Squiggles Very Well-Known Member

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    Veron will be next.

    Followed by a Cat that Alex Ferguson once petted. They're becoming a farce. Hahaha.
     
  11. manwithnoname

    manwithnoname Bravo old man. Bravo. Member

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    Insecure small club mentality combined with a huge influx of glory-hunting cunts and a huge sense of entitlement.

    That's a mixture almost guaranteed to deliver mental illness
     
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    dantes Well-Known Member

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    No. The club losing losing its sense of family and replacing it with professional bullshit is the problem.
     
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    Its the manager. Ferguson turned that club around, gave fans and players faith. Player's like Pogba could never get away with what he does now if Fergie was still there. We were a club stuck in a rut then Klopp came started change the whole atmosphere and made the fans believe
     
  14. StevieM

    StevieM SCM's resident Beer Nazi, Wine Snob & Comic Geek Honorary Member

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    Sometimes you should really go back and read the utter nonsense you type.

    You’d despair about yourself.
     
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    Ferguson was in control of everything and ensured it was a family. When they removed him, the family ijtsgible got ripped out of every corner of the club. You can't bring another manager in and tell him to put it back, it's the whole club that is fucked. Root and stem.

    Our recovery started before Klopp. It started with Dalglish, priming the club and restoring it's old values, which is why we were in a position to turn it back into a family atmosphere.
     
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    BlueMoon look at Rawk and think all Liverpool fans are that mental. We do the same to them. Everyone hates everyone a little bit more whilst feeling better about themselves. I haven't visted RAWK in a long time, but that was as equally as fucked up as BlueMoon now and probably still is. There's definitely always one weirdo extremist forum per big club.

    I live in Manchester and the City fans I do know, whilst we clearly have them rattled, are mostly sound and down to earth.
     
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    I doubt that.
     
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    Family club? Roy Keane termed Man U fans as "The Prawn Cocktail Brigade".
    The King left we had initial high with Rogers followed by misrable final full season with him at the helm.
    I don't know what you mean by family, Klopp instilled belief in the fans and players which bought everyone together.
    A good manager who the fans like could change Man Utd, lucky for us they keep picking the wrong guy
     
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    Doesn't have to be a good family with good people, the end result is the same. By family I mean if Pogba loses the ball, Rashford doesn't want his family to get criticised and chases after it to help his brother. Right now there is no connection of that sort, Rashford will unwillingly chase it because it his job, and he will curse Pogba in his mind for not doing his job. Doesn't matter what the scum do, it is impossible to have a cohesive unit built out of individual players following job descriptions.
     
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    Barba Roja Plundering since 2005... Member

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    Fun and games over at Redcafe - Some dude is in abject misery that Utd are second last on MOTD. My favourite is this from SNes

    "That point might keep us up." :D
     
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