Posts Tagged ‘Gabriel Obertan’
I cannot even contemplate losing to Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool within what feels like mere days. FA Cup or not, this one is a must-win for us.
I probably sound like a broken record saying that every single week, but in this case it’s absolutely true. If you asked me normally, then I would say yes, games against Arsenal are always important but in this instance, we need to take a look at the bigger picture. Read the rest of this entry »
Our game against Crawley was an absolute waste of time to watch. The non-league side didn’t really have much of a go. They ran around a bit and tried very hard, but their real chances were limited to one header which Lindegaard had covered. Read the rest of this entry »
Neil Warnock has revealved that Adel Taarabt has been watched by United scouts recently – and that a temper tantrum which saw him substituted in the first half against Hull has cost him his chance of making the move, at least in the near future. Read the rest of this entry »
This popped up on the BBC Gossip column this morning. It’s famously unreliable, but a little worrying. I haven’t heard anything any further yet, though I’m going to save my tears.
I rate Obertan, I think he’s a talented youngster who reminds me of Nani and Ronaldo when they first arrived. He is also the spitting image of Skeletor from the He-Man series of comics and cartoons.
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