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Man Utd v West Ham - Sat 5th Dec - 15:00

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Pagnell

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United to take the points in another display of boring, insipid shite.

2-1
 

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think UTD will win this easily 3 - 1 and continue there challenge for top spot
 

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West Ham to get another scalp for their collection this season?
 

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I'm really looking forward to this, 3500 of us should create a decent atmosphere and hopefully we will be able to get the win. The fact that we are down on strikers is obviously not good but I still think we have enough quality to win; the fact that we couldn't beat West Brom on Sunday was a joke and I'm hopeful that we will be able to rectify that- 2-1 to us.
 

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2-1. Liverpool fans to overtly add to their continuous effort in calling us boring as compensation for being worse than us.
 

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Would love to see us come away with the points from this one, but I can't see it happening.
 

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Disgrace if United don't win this against injury-ridden West ham team.
 

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2-1. Liverpool fans to overtly add to their continuous effort in calling us boring as compensation for being worse than us.

Worse in what way? In terms of being worse in points, we have picked up only one less than United since the Klopp took over, which isn't bad given that he was managing in a new league taking charge of a team low on confidence and looking at the fixture list he had (City, Spurs and Chelsea away). And if I were a betting man, I'd certainly check out the odds on us picking up more than you between now and the end of the season. It might be worth a flutter.

In terms of entertainment, only a complete fucking numpty would claim that Liverpool aren't now playing on a different level in comparison to what United continue to serve up. Sure, we have had a few relapses (last week's game against Swansea springs to mind, a very Unitedesque grinding victory that was) but for every one of those since Klopp took charge, we have games like last night against Southampton and Manchester City at the Etihad. Van Gaal just doesn't appear to want to do entertaining football, or perhaps like Moyes he simply doesn't know how to.
 

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2-0 Utd, can't see who will score for West Ham. Lanzini maybe, he's a decent little player.
 

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Our best two attacking players are injured, we won't repeat our early season exploits. 3-1.
 

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Worse in what way? In terms of being worse in points, we have picked up only one less than United since the Klopp took over, which isn't bad given that he was managing in a new league taking charge of a team low on confidence and looking at the fixture list he had (City, Spurs and Chelsea away). And if I were a betting man, I'd certainly check out the odds on us picking up more than you between now and the end of the season. It might be worth a flutter.

In terms of entertainment, only a complete fucking numpty would claim that Liverpool aren't now playing on a different level in comparison to what United continue to serve up. Sure, we have had a few relapses (last week's game against Swansea springs to mind, a very Unitedesque grinding victory that was) but for every one of those since Klopp took charge, we have games like last night against Southampton and Manchester City at the Etihad. Van Gaal just doesn't appear to want to do entertaining football, or perhaps like Moyes he simply doesn't know how to.

So worse then.
 

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Rooney is out injured.

We might just have a chance.
 

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What a shit finishing by west ham, should be leading.
 

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West Ham hit the post twice, missed one sitter...bet United will fluke a win here.
 

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Fellaini Diving, Schweinstiger elbow..disgusting...typical united.
 

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Liverpool fan watching United in his spare time shocker.
 

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Not too bad a half, two of West Ham's chances came from poor individual mistakes (De Gea for one and Blind for the other), the only chance they created for themselves was the header from a corner - which they are always dangerous from.

Reid has made a couple of important blocks, as he does, but we've not created much of note so far.
 

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You would watch Liverpool over United if they were playing at the same time.

I've seen your lot play once this year, against us. You're watching United play West Ham in your free time on a Saturday.
 

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Not too bad a half, two of West Ham's chances came from poor individual mistakes (De Gea for one and Blind for the other), the only chance they created for themselves was the header from a corner - which they are always dangerous from.

Reid has made a couple of important blocks, as he does, but we've not created much of note so far.

Whoever the match summariser is on Talksport can't say enough about how piss poor United have been.

So that's my expert analasys based on about seven minutes of radio coverage.
 

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