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    I just hope

    the players realise how much effort the fans put in trying to obtain tickets for ST Mirren away on Sunday,i feel terribly sorry for supporters who queued up all night only to be told our end was sold out before they even got in the shop entrance.
    I was up early that morning and the rain was torrential,i salute my fellow Arabs for their effort's and if the team can match them on the field of play there is every chance we will be back where we belong,WASC with a FACT thrown in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    the players realise how much effort the fans put in trying to obtain tickets for ST Mirren away on Sunday,i feel terribly sorry for supporters who queued up all night only to be told our end was sold out before they even got in the shop entrance.
    I was up early that morning and the rain was torrential,i salute my fellow Arabs for their effort's and if the team can match them on the field of play there is every chance we will be back where we belong,WASC with a FACT thrown in.
    100% this.

    It just shows how strong the appetite is for a successful United. These fans deserve to see us back.

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    Only my opinion but let down badly by the team,they were there for the taking but the current United side found a new way to let down its support.Forget the penalty shoot out which was a disgrace,actually a humiliation,the lack of composure on the ball against such a poor side was very disappointing.
    For our manager being shown celebrating getting to penalties was a bridge too far for me,they had taken off their best player,had a man sent off and yet we still seemed happy to go for the lottery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    Only my opinion but let down badly by the team,they were there for the taking but the current United side found a new way to let down its support.Forget the penalty shoot out which was a disgrace,actually a humiliation,the lack of composure on the ball against such a poor side was very disappointing.
    For our manager being shown celebrating getting to penalties was a bridge too far for me,they had taken off their best player,had a man sent off and yet we still seemed happy to go for the lottery.
    Bang on GB. No composure, no link up play, no creativity, not able to keep possession and stretch opponents. The players may be average but plenty managers have got average players playing as a TEAM.

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    The decision to take off Robson and replace him with abject failure was a massive surprise to me,he looked the most likeliest to open up their defence(which was poor),as soon as he departed well we still had the big guns but they ran out of ammunition.

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    Well done to all the fans who managed to get tickets. Could totally hear you on the telly and you did yourselves proud. Bring on the derbies with arbroath and the fun next season

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    Just looking at the pictures of a European Semi Final on another thread its disappointing we will be playing against Arbroath next season,par for the course though the Funsters are in the mix.It was always a matter of when rather than if they would be joining the perty,FACT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    Just looking at the pictures of a European Semi Final on another thread its disappointing we will be playing against Arbroath next season,par for the course though the Funsters are in the mix.It was always a matter of when rather than if they would be joining the perty,FACT.
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    the funsters are back home for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    the players realise how much effort the fans put in trying to obtain tickets for ST Mirren away on Sunday,i feel terribly sorry for supporters who queued up all night only to be told our end was sold out before they even got in the shop entrance.
    I was up early that morning and the rain was torrential,i salute my fellow Arabs for their effort's and if the team can match them on the field of play there is every chance we will be back where we belong,WASC with a FACT thrown in.
    No serious sportsman or woman does anything for anyone other than themselves.

    If you're not motivated enough by your own ambition, the sacrifices of others will have no influence on what you do.

    A lot of the things you have said about our team's performance today were spot on, but thinking that players are motivated by the feelings or actions of fans is deluded.

    We have too many players who don't have enough self motivation and are just not good enough. That goes for the manager too, who still thought Sow was worth a shirt after the dire displays we've seen for him in his time at United. He'll not be playing professional football this time next year.

    I'm not the diehard United fan I used to be and I pick and choose my games these days, so if Neilson, his negativity, his poor recruitment (with a decent budget) and lack of game plan are still here next season, you'll not see me at tannadice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BP33 View Post
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    Phuck only knows what that means but one thing is FACT,when we put Shyte doon in 76 we went onto run amok in europe and win trophies on your ain midden.Its true that you put us doon in 2016 but you were like fishes oot O water and could not wait to land in the pond hosting your bigger neighbours.
    I have watched loads of wildlife programmes that remind me of the FUN,they know they are heading into a honeytrap but cant help themselves for falling in head first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    Phuck only knows what that means but one thing is FACT,when we put Shyte doon in 76 we went onto run amok in europe and win trophies on your ain midden.Its true that you put us doon in 2016 but you were like fishes oot O water and could not wait to land in the pond hosting your bigger neighbours.
    I have watched loads of wildlife programmes that remind me of the FUN,they know they are heading into a honeytrap but cant help themselves for falling in head first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    Phuck only knows what that means but one thing is FACT,when we put Shyte doon in 76 we went onto run amok in europe and win trophies on your ain midden.Its true that you put us doon in 2016 but you were like fishes oot O water and could not wait to land in the pond hosting your bigger neighbours.
    I have watched loads of wildlife programmes that remind me of the FUN,they know they are heading into a honeytrap but cant help themselves for falling in head first.
    Hope this guy has took his meds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Returnofrros View Post
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    Oh look itís the GDSDD Funster.

    Hope that comes back to bight you on the arse you frothing DBNB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Returnofrros View Post
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    I thought you had retired mate but good to see you back,i suppose during agent Mac's record 10 in a row run it was sensible to stay doon in the trenches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUNBOAT View Post
    I thought you had retired mate but good to see you back,i suppose during agent Mac's record 10 in a row run it was sensible to stay doon in the trenches.
    To be honest I was sick of the fitba but seeing the Charlton fans celebrate yesterday reminded me how good it can be.

    We were Doon b4 10 on the spin so have had a bit of time to get used to the idea unlike the pk heartache.

    7 dees 1 dab Doon to see charlton and must admit the he took it well....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokearab View Post
    100% this.

    It just shows how strong the appetite is for a successful United. These fans deserve to see us back.
    There is no doubt about the fans fervor for the team, I just hope that United storm the championship next season and give something back to the support. The seasons in the Championship have been soul destroying.

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    [QUOTE=USArab;39233520]There is no doubt about the fans fervor for the team, I just hope that United storm the championship next season and give something back to the support. The seasons in the Championship have been soul destroying.[/QUOT


    Don't think it's the championship to blame, just a fekin awful United side since we've been in it.

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