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    Man United v Burnley

    hi folks anyone know which channel can i watch this game via cs?
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    Sky Sports 5 Ireland, seems the best option, but TV Zimbo, 10E, are listed as showing it FTA.

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    oh thanks i found it on tv2 premium HD on 0.8w

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    You did well to miss this game, lots of incidents but no action.

    (what I should have said was that Man U were firing duds all through a game they should of won easily)
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    I would say lots of action, and incidents, just no goals.
    United actually played some good football, quick passing moves, until the sending off, and substitutions.
    I don't think we should have got a penalty, for any of the incidents, but I was amazed that the Burnley player didn't get a second yellow, for what looked like a deliberate hand ball, but Herrera was sent off, for accidentally slipping, but it all depends on the view, of the ref, and how he perceives things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickha View Post
    I would say lots of action, and incidents, just no goals.
    United actually played some good football, quick passing moves, until the sending off, and substitutions.
    I don't think we should have got a penalty, for any of the incidents, but I was amazed that the Burnley player didn't get a second yellow, for what looked like a deliberate hand ball, but Herrera was sent off, for accidentally slipping, but it all depends on the view, of the ref, and how he perceives things.
    The ref (tw#tenburg) was a dick. If I had been Herrera I would have grabbed his wig and ripped it off his head. Having said that if you have 37 shots then you really should be burying the opposition no matter what the ref does. Another season outside the top 4 for United is unthinkable for a club their size. They really have gone downhill since Fergie left even Mourinho is struggling.

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    Other teams have improved, and gotten quality players, and managers.
    I always wanted Pep at United, and it seemed that it would happen, after Moyes, and when he'd finished in Germany, but the United board went for van Gaal.
    At the moment a top 4 place looks miles away, with City, Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool, all playing better football, we might stand a better chance of winning the ****** League, to get a Champions League place, rather than a top 4 place.

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    Maybe winning the old UEFA Cup will be the only route this season. I actually think United are playing ok, some of the football against Burnley was fine. On another day it would have been 5 or 6.

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    Agreed, but against Chelsea we were woeful, and have been up, and down, all season, with some strange team selections.
    Next week we are away at Swansea, but after the break we are at home to Arsenal, which could be a big test, except I hate the early kick offs, 12:30, the crowd are often quiet, and the teams sluggish.

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