Discussion in 'Team Threads Forum' started by Pogba4Now, May 24, 2014.
There were some rumors about Falcao's age as well right? 28 or 30 not sure
only time will tell ... stop the fucking speculation war ...
No wonder we've been throwing money everywhere.
That is we lost 45 million pounds with Moyes' sacking and not qualifying in Europe.
Sponsorship is going to be even more with the Adidas deal.
Manchester United have more homegrown players than any other Premier League club – despite £150m spree.
Why do these articles focus on revenues? Like RM's 600M. Revenue figures are misleading. For a proper view of the financial health, both revenue and expenses needs to be taken into account, thus arriving at the profit.
Simplistically (can't be bothered perusing the Financial Statements), that looks like 409.4M spent last season.
People who are crying about the loss of Welbeck, stop it. Would you rather have Falcao in your team rather than a guy who would've never got a chance in our squad ahead of Rooney and van Persie.
Now there's someone realistically giving those two to fight for their position, although i'd like Rooney in midfield role, maybe not now, but i think he'd be great there.
At least there's someone in our forward line that i actually like.. Rooney's great, but never been a fan of van Persie. Seems like a bit of a ****.
Dat guy Danny Welbz!
I wanna know, would you guys like it if CR7 came back next summer?
It would we weird to see him outside of the CL
Where do you want to play him? Wing back? Central midfield? Defense? Wouldn't make any sense if he was bought back.
Because getting Falcao made a lot of sense.
To be honest i was baffled by it when i first saw it. But considering how injury prone RVP is, and how inconsistent he can be at times (for example WC group stage, after that gone, hell i could go on all day about rvp and his two good seasons but i won't), i personally think it's a good move. Whether it pays out, who knows..
When you have the opportunity to sign a player like Falcao you can't let it pass.
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