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Manchester United 9 v 0 Southampton
Barclays Premier League
Tuesday, 2nd February 2021 Kick-off 20:15
Southampton At Manchester United Team News
Tuesday, 2nd Feb 2021 19:20

Saints travel to Old Trafford with the squad ravaged by injury's, have there been any miraculous recovery's or will we have to put out a patched up side to battle to avoid a 4th successive Premier League defeat.

There has been no miracle cures and all three players picking up injury's against Aston Villa will miss out, however Ralph Hasenhuttl has opted to stick with a solide foundation with two surprises in the starting line up.

Starting XI: McCarthy (GK), Ramsay, Stephens, Bednarek, Bertrand, Jankewitz, Ward-Prowse (c), Armstrong, Djenepo, Ings, Adams.


Subs: Forster (GK), Lewis (GK), Tchaptchet, Finnigan, Chauke, Watts, Chauke. Watts, Redmond, Nlundulu

MANCHESTER UNITED

Starting XI: de Gea (GK), Lindelöf, Maguire, Cavani, Rashford, Greenwood, Fred, Fernandes, Shaw, Wan-Bissaka, McTominay
Subs: Henderson (GK), Bailly, Pogba, Martial, James, Telles, Matic, Williams, van de Beek.

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A_Saint_in_Stoke added 20:10 - Feb 2
Do you think that Ralph is making his point in his starting line up? You HAVE TO BE SORRY FOR HIM ... 5 players on our bench who have never kicked a ball in the Prem! Never mind our Chairman will dig deep in the summer --- Ha ! ha ha! WHAT a joke Geo is!
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wibbersda added 22:17 - Feb 2
1 step forward 2 back. The officals should be sacked on this performance
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sandywelsh added 22:24 - Feb 2
WHO SAID WE DONT NEED ANY DEFENDERS 9-0 ?
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ElijahK added 22:33 - Feb 2
It’s just annoying watching us at the moment, I mean I just feel for Ralph as he’s doing the best he can as he always picks a starting lineup that we all pretty much agree with and is doing decent tactics, but we’ve had a lot of injuries which just shows of how we’ve got such a shit owner and board as our squad depth is just ridiculously thin! And yet we’ve done nothing about it!

I mean we simply lost that game down to that and that certain players just being purely rubbish! I mean in the end Bertrand has been poor recently and the likes of Djenpo is WORSE! Than Boufal! And for that Swedish youth player, well sheesh he wanted to play as he wondered why he never did... well there’s his answer!

VAR and mike dean though, I just can’t even be asked to talk about anymore!

One positive is simply that Ramsay was actually decent enough!

Btw you the hell was commentating in that game as one of them was a complete idiot who was blatantly a Man U fan going on about where cavani’s foot was for the penalty, idiot!
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AmericanSaint added 22:48 - Feb 2
Wow - Mike Dean needs to be permanently barred from reffing any Saints games. VAR again was a joke. Che's goal should have counted and then the DIVE by Martial was so obvious when you watched the replay from behind. We need to appeal that red card. I feel bad for RH and I would not be surprised if he leaves us. I know you all will say I am a doomsdayer, but did you see his face after each of the last 3 goals. Again like my last post, nothing will change at Saints until Gao is gone. No we must hope to get out people back in time to get to 40 points. We are looking over our shoulder now.
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