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Q: 2017/18 Everton (h)
a. I fancy us to win this one and for Moyes to have the last laugh, Win
b. A bit like Thursday two teams seeing out the season and with ywo defence minded managers this will be a borefest, Draw
c. BFS will once again silence us and respect all three points, Lose
d, It didn't take long for the owners to start undermining the manager once we were safe and now Brady is digging out the fans in her column, while their PR cronies test the water over a new manager, we really have to rid ourselves of these clowns, ev
e. We're safe and as you know I'm the biggest West Ham fan going but I might give this one a miss as I need to get a new BBQ and they're on offer at B&Q, I'll still wear my replica shirt mind, as I bleed claret & blue

KLM 8:12 Mon Nov 28
Man U ratings
Randolph 8 - pretty good, 2-3 saves and commanded his area, you can't want much more;
Kouyate 8 - shored up the right channel and gave the back 3 solidity;
Collins 5 - finished, all the more baffling that Tomkins sold;
Ogbonna 7 - I'm not a fan, but a good performance;
Antonio 8 - ran his heart out, always effective going forward, not so, defensively, but did the job;
Cresswell 8 - like boy wonder, we have missed the width he gives us;
Obiang 9 - my motm, how he failed for a yr to get in the side is another baffling thing;
Noble 7 - not sure about him but he was good when we were on top;
Lanzini 9 - another marvellous performance, gives us such fluidity and movement;
Payet 9 - just another class performance, but he just won't shoot 1st time;
Sakho 8 - give the guy a new contract, we won't get that sort of player for 20 mill;
Feghouli n/c
Fletcher 6- looks as tho he won't "cut it" at this level or maybe it was something to do with playing against his old lot, hope so! Plus, according to moss, he was always fouling his opponent;
Ayew 6 - he is getting better - lots of movement and skill, excellent combination with Lanzini and payet
Well done bilic! Onto weds

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BubblesCyprus 11:19 Wed Nov 30
Re: Man U ratings
Randolph 9 MOM...IMO
Noble 5 that is being generous
Rest pretty much agree with OP

fred flinstone 8:47 Tue Nov 29
Re: Man U ratings
2-3 saves and commanded his area, you can't want much more;

Apart from him trying to save Ibrahimovic's header, no not much more !

Buster 5:56 Tue Nov 29
Re: Man U ratings
Harsh on Ogbonna there, Sold0. At least a 7.8 from me.

Northern Sold 5:54 Tue Nov 29
Re: Man U ratings
Randolph 8.3
Cresswell 7.2
Collins 6.2
Kouyate 7.4
Ogbonna 7.2
Antonio 7.2
Obiang 7.8
Noble 6.8
Lanzini 6.9
Payet 7.2
Sakho 7.3

Ayew 6.85
Fletcher 6.67

Charoo 5:48 Tue Nov 29
Re: Man U ratings
I didn't see the full game either - shall I also give my ratings?

Hammers1993 5:46 Tue Nov 29
Re: Man U ratings
Randolph definitely 8 maybe even a 9. Was Man of the Match and pulled off a number of crucial saves.

I would 100% be starting him again tomorrow evening. Only just got into the team no point in rotating whilst he has the momentum.

mallard 9:51 Mon Nov 28
Re: Man U ratings
Braderz' rating are a bit more realistic, however Randolf deserves a higher score as he pulled off a few good saves.
The one that stood out for me, was the save onto the post which led on to disallowed goal for offside - ironic as it sounds - was a world class save

tricky trev 9:50 Mon Nov 28
Re: Man U ratings
Ogbonna bossed the defence. Obiang MOTM

The Ghost of Braderz 9:27 Mon Nov 28
Re: Man U ratings
KLM take those specs off

Randolph 7
Cresswell 7
Collins 5
Kouyate 7
Ogbonna 7
Antonio 7
Obiang 8
Noble 7
Lanzini 6
Payet 7
Sakho 8

Ayew 6
Fletcher 5

hornchurchsteve 8:15 Mon Nov 28
Re: Man U ratings
Bit generous some of those scores.

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