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maverick_83
07-04-2010, 22:59
I guess Sir Alex Ferguson should play FM more, otherwise Robben would have never used the corner exploit to send Bayern to the semi finals! :)

x42bn6
08-04-2010, 00:06
Wish that was funny. :(

Oh Rafael, Rafael...

craigcwwe
08-04-2010, 00:26
Dude, don`t even go there.

Ty
08-04-2010, 00:28
Not the time or place. :rolleyes: There is a lot of angry United fans around here.

lutontown1991
08-04-2010, 00:34
Don't see the point of this thread to be honest. Did you miss the Champions League Quarter Finals thread or something?

ArsenalFan7
08-04-2010, 00:35
Bravo.

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Dinaldo
08-04-2010, 00:37
Probably shouldn't add fuel to the fire, but I laughed when Alex Ferguson said 'Typical germans,' referring to them getting Rafael sent off:D

aderow
08-04-2010, 00:37
Not funny.

craigcwwe
08-04-2010, 00:44
Not the time or place. :rolleyes: There is a lot of angry United fans around here.

This. No need mate just no need.

Sekonda
08-04-2010, 01:45
Ahahahahhahaha! Man U & Arsenal both out! Marvellously good fun!

waldywaldy
08-04-2010, 02:14
van gaal does it again!

maverick_83
08-04-2010, 02:32
I'm sorry Man Utd fans, I'm a lifelong Bayern fan, and I still remember the 99 final, so unless the same happens to you on such a big stage in such manner, then we are still not even. But anyway the reason I posted this is that the corner exploit is all I could think about when I saw the goal. I guess FM controls my life too much.

Dinaldo
08-04-2010, 02:52
Not even! I'm an Arsenal fan but this is my attempt at sticking up for Man U.

It's not about getting even. It's the fact that your team switched off and Fergie masterminded a comeback. You have to play football until the final whistle I'm afraid, and bayern didn't do that so lost. It won't happen to Man U, because they are professional enough to realise this. And on top of all that you are immature enough to come onto the wrong forum to rub it in. Pathetic:rolleyes:

likeabawss
08-04-2010, 02:57
I think some people are taking this thread too seriously. I'm sure OP intended it to be a light-hearted joke, like these:

Pep really got Messi's player instructions right in that 4-1 thrashing of Arsenal

Everton really got complacent in that 2-2 draw with West Ham. Moyes should have read Wolfsong's team talk guide!

Sunderland got 3 penalties against Tottenham in their 3-1 win over them? Jeez, Redknapp should reduce their tackling to normal, or even easy!

They're FM jokes; get over it.

Dinaldo
08-04-2010, 03:00
I personally took it light heartedly until his last post which practically admitted it was just rubbing peoples noses in it. If he did that in the correct place, fair enough. But to start a whole new thread in the wrong forum about it is just petulant, I think:thup:

Dinaldo
08-04-2010, 03:01
Don't see the point of this thread to be honest. Did you miss the Champions League Quarter Finals thread or something?

This post sums it all up for me:thup:

likeabawss
08-04-2010, 03:06
Well, yes he was commenting on the match, but it was more of a comment (IMO) on an observation he made on the match that's related to FM. I've seen plenty of other threads in this forum similar to this one.

Dinaldo
08-04-2010, 03:19
Well it might just be that you've seen some and I haven't:thup:

Or that I'm bitter a german team got further than Arsenal:(

The Sean
08-04-2010, 03:38
One, I see the OP as a funny connection to FM. Two, Man United fans have no more or less right to personally grieve a loss and be the subject of ridicule as the rest of us do. All popular teams are the subject of ridicule at some point and if the punchline of the original joke were with a different team, it would have offended a different set of fans. Finally, the whole notion of the corner "exploit" on FM seems kind of 'shot trhough' now that we have such 'high stage' real-world evidence...

maverick_83
08-04-2010, 03:56
I personally took it light heartedly until his last post which practically admitted it was just rubbing peoples noses in it. If he did that in the correct place, fair enough. But to start a whole new thread in the wrong forum about it is just petulant, I think:thup:

No, I wasn't rubbing it in. I meant that it's not that a big deal that Man Utd lost. What they did to us is way bigger than any victory we have against them, because nothing compares to the 99 Final.
And no, I didn't see the Quarterfinal thread, so sorry about that. However I would have still started a new thread because this isn't supposed to analyze the game, simply the fact that it was a corner kick exploit... that's it.

Dinaldo
08-04-2010, 04:01
No, I wasn't rubbing it in. I meant that it's not that a big deal that Man Utd lost. What they did to us is way bigger than any victory we have against them, because nothing compares to the 99 Final.
And no, I didn't see the Quarterfinal thread, so sorry about that. However I would have still started a new thread because this isn't supposed to analyze the game, simply the fact that it was a corner kick exploit... that's it.

Well it looked like that to me. Apologies if I misinterpreted it. I should be asleep:o

charlo116
08-04-2010, 05:50
Can i just point out the irony of the situation? Liverpool are still in european competition :D, small victories.

EDIT: Here come the liverpool jokes. :rolleyes:

celebritykiller
08-04-2010, 08:32
Typical Fergie with the Germans comment.

Well done Bayern, sweet revenge for that loss... the demons of the Jeremy Goss volley have finally been exorcised :-)

ToonForever
08-04-2010, 08:42
One, I see the OP as a funny connection to FM. Two, Man United fans have no more or less right to personally grieve a loss and be the subject of ridicule as the rest of us do. All popular teams are the subject of ridicule at some point and if the punchline of the original joke were with a different team, it would have offended a different set of fans. Finally, the whole notion of the corner "exploit" on FM seems kind of 'shot trhough' now that we have such 'high stage' real-world evidence...

This - couldn't give a rat's behind if there are sad little United fans in the forums. These are the same twits who were crowing and not holding back a bit when the Toon were relegated last season. Now they're on the receiving end and we should all suddenly stop the banter and coddle their poor widdle feelings. Absolutely ridiculous, stupid, idiotic, self-centered, hypocritical, and just plain immature. If you're going to dish it out, and United fans do it without restraint, then be prepared to take it when your club get kicked in the shins.

Arrived at a pub with a long-suffering Leeds fan right at kick off, swilling bangers and mash, surrounded by United fans - so fun to be the lone wolves in a sea of red and to see the cockiness turn to disbelief and grief. A great day - live with it, United fans, you're not entitled to any special treatment just because it was rilly-rilly disappointing. Get OVER yourselves.

dafuge
08-04-2010, 08:47
UEFA Champions League 2009/2010: Quarter Finals 2nd Leg Ties - 06/04 & 07/04 (http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php?t=201415)

If you want to discuss the game, here is the place to do it, thanks.

(I know it was intended as an FM-related topic, but it clearly hasn't gone that way)