On this week’s show Ed & Paul look back on United’s victory over Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday. The hosts bossed possession, created more chances and probably should have won. United took home the points in a match every bit as joyous as the Reds 8-2 victory in 2011. Victory lifts United into the Premier League top four, with the Champions League now firmly in Louis van Gaal’s sites. Yet, this was certainly no classic United performance, with the Dutchman conceding style for a more pragmatic approach in north London. The pod looks ahead to United’s game against Hull at the weekend, one of two in five days that the Reds really should win with Stoke to come on Tuesday. There’s your questions answered and the winner of last week’s competition(s) is… well, not quite revealed!
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5 thoughts on “London, Looted”
Dammit. Just left my house ha. Will have to listen later ha.
Can’t wait for some of the most eloquent mockery imaginable to rain down on Arsenal, best pod out there. 100% United bias, love it.
What side would you have played against Arsenal? I though his three centre back was a good idea especially when Shaw got injured. After that, we had no fit full backs and 3 fit centre backs. If you think the defence is weak then put an extra man there.
Looks as if Wenger is stuck under that bad sign. United lost Shaw but Wenger lost the match, again.
Last fifteen games versus Arsenal- WWDWWWWLWWWDWDW.
That’s a heck of a lot of wubble yous.
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