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ladylover said:Well I actually agree with SAF about Ballack, the real problem we have is the lack of depth, that has been our main problem, when Heinze, Ruud or Ferdinand were unavailable we had problems all over the place, so thinking about the depth of the team is surely a problem we must tackle. Ballack, Rooney and Scholes are similar players which can play in the same position, Scholes and Ballack are almost the same age, if we can keep Saha fit or give Rossi more chances, maybe one of those two can form a strike force with Ruud and then Rooney playing behind the both of them, one player we must try and get is Gravesen, he is similar to Keane and he has done well for Everton in the past,
ticcan said:Had enough of this twat now. His mind has been poisoned by the Russian mafia money and he no longer wants to play for us.
Football needs to sort itself out, people's lifes being toyed with so someone can make a bit of money out of some other greedy pile of ****.
pede54 said:And this from a Man U "fan"......what a hypocrite.....how the hell do you think Man U used to attract players mate.I'll tell you.By offering more money than any other club.How much did you pay for Rooney.....for Ferdinand?
Now players dont want to come to Man U,and its just something you will have to get used to.There was a time when Man U's youth system produced enough good players to limit having to buy players.
Now.....Man U are looking to buy.How do you think these players will be tempted to join the club?....Thats right ,by offering them lots of money.Get it now.....
Players are not so honoured to be invited to Man U anymore.Those days are over for now.Man U are struggling in many departments and until things get better,players will not be so keen to come to the club.Five years ago Ballack would have been running to old Trafford at the first sign that he was wanted there.Now...he would not come for any amount of money.Think before you post .
Well... Real have qualified for the next round of the CL, we haven't.ladylover said:Real is even in a worse situation and still players wants to go, it is not about the current situation of a club it is about the status and history, so what you are saying doesn't make sense.
I concquerpede54 said:Fernandez mate....you don't really believe that Fergie doesn't want Ballack surely.Fergie believes the same as you.That Scholes is past it and he really would like Ballack.Ballack will not come to Man U.Fergie is just trying to save face.
Ladylover says its not about the current situation at a club but it is.To the outsider,Man U is in a right old mess ,and if you look at Man U's current status,it does not look good.It does not matter how much history a club might have.At the moment players will not take a risk by joining a club that has lost its way on and off the pitch.Unfortunately thats Man U right now.History is yesterdays news and players worry more about the future than the past.
TheBlueBalla said:The thing about Ballack going to Madrid that bothers me is he is yet another guy they believe is going to sort out their midfield. Thats going to leave Guti, Zidane, Baptista, Gravesen, Garcia, Beckham, and Potentially Raul or Robinho fighting it out for 3 remaining spots. You have to figure Beckham is now an obvious choice on the right, so thats two spots left for all that quality.