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If the team were being battered every game you might well have a point. If you compare Monk's tenure so far to that of Terry Cooper when at Wolves then you obviously don't. Inconsistent they may be but Monks team have put some creditable performances in, and recently took on Norwich and beat them well 3-0. I think your article is rather harsh and unfair. You need to watch the Swans more and come back with a more reasoned critique with evidence rather than aiming for a trashy tabloid style headline backed up with nothing other than your opinion. Anyone can do that.

Posted By Darryl Eynon 36 minutes ago View Post Here

UTD MUST OFFLOAD ALL THE PASSENGERS IN UTD BUS BECAUSE SO LONG AS THEY SIT TIGHT IN UTD BUS IT WILL MAKE UTD A LAUGHING STOCK..THE PASSENGERS INCLUDES''' GIGGS~FERDINAND~CARRICK~FLETCHER~CLEVERLEY~ANDERSON~NANI~YOUNG~KAGAWA~R V P~WELBECK~..THE MUCH EXPECTED LONG OVERDUE DRIVERS INCLUDES,,'" SHAW~MANGALA~GARAY~KROOS~CARVALHO~LALANA~REUS~CUADRADO....=ATLEAST 11 MEDIOCRES PASSENGERS OUT 8 EFFECTIVE DRIVERS TO DRIVE UTD TO PROMISE LAND..NO MORE NEW DEALS/NO ROOM FOR MEDIOCRITIES

Posted By ECHEYA M.C. 48 minutes ago View Post Here

A bit over the top this blog, with many things to consider carefully. Gary's record is actually no worse than Michael's was in the dozen games or so before his dismissal, and these included some very difficult games. There have been 3 downright bad performances, the 2 second halves against Palace and West Brom and the game against Hull, I can accept criticism of the manager and players in these games but in all the others I believe we have played some exceptional football with little or no luck at all. Things appear to be contriving against us at the moment, and this is not the time to point fingers at anyone, as the fans demonstrated in the Chelsea game on Sunday we are Swansea till we die and we must all back the club at this time, in their moment of greatest need. Sure we all have opinions and it may well be that Gary Monk's appointment will remain open to question for quite some time and rightly so, but for the next 4 games these must be put to one side, the whole future of the club hinges on Premier league survival.

Posted By Derek O'Brien 2 hours ago View Post Here

Wonderful article, packed with lots of info, giving a good insight as to who Neil Lennon actually is.

Posted By Phil Ossifer 1 day View Post Here

Whilst injuries cost us momentum schoolboy defending has cost us the recent run of results. Backing off allowing opposition momentum on to the edge of the box; a lack of command when balls are crossed into the area; not enough pressure put on the opposition mid field allowing them time to pick and poke at our back four. If we do that tomorrow we an call it a day

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