I am Ben Dewison, aged 15 and I take a passion in football. I was late starting; I only started around three to four years ago. Obviously there was the passion in the game and the popurality which of course got me interested, but also the social and psychological aspects of it got me interested. In real life you must be lucky to have that kind of job and in honesty most debate I hear is ridiculous but of course opinion is necessary. Of course change could happen and things could be done to look into that and things like depression, but now the system does work and it is actually making progress, other than the youth system that is. Onto football, I like evenly matched, tactical contests. Anyway, I am a supporter of West Bromwich Albion and I am very happy at the moment.
I hope you enjoy my presence and I'm sure I will you you around the forums
I thought you'd....
hopefully you don't roll over against us, even though i want united to win this one to give sir alex the perfect send-off! would you have imagined that it would be YOUR team that would prove to be the final opposition against sir alex?
oh, and were you born in the midlands or from london? why did your family move to london and were both your parents born near the black counties? where are your siblings from as well then?
Thoughts on West brom getting smashed by norwich ;)
Yeah you are right about the title race. I noticed as well you were totally wrong to make assumptions immediately, like city retaining the title!
You are right about Mourinho. In fact I actually agreed with what you and many people have said so far, just that Mourinho would do wonders with Chelsea (even if just for one single season). But you are right though, he would totally go against United's basic club ethos that have been installed by Fergie already. Plus he is quite a dislikeable person, always moaning, and up to these dirty tricks, as well has often being quite arrogant. He would just leave after a few seasons and even worse, try to ruin us by taking out all our best players to his new club to start his new "project". I don't like him and would not like to see him take the United Hot-seat.
thanks for the compliment. I may be a foreign fan who only recently started supporting United but if I stick with United when they eventually decline, no-one can call me a glory-seeker. Obviously I hope that doesn't happen but if United eventually faded into a Liverpool or even Everton eventually, that wouldn't be so bad for me, as if I stuck with them (which I will), no-one can call me a glory hunter! Of course you would stick with West Brom; you are a local fan from the midlands. Plus your family are also West Brom fans, right?
And speaking about it, why are you living in London if you're from the midlands?
You like UTD?
I don't think we will win the title next season, ben- not because moyes is a bad manager (he's fantastic and very unappreciated) but because he will need a proper bedding-in time at united and that will probably take a season. I think he might win something next year but the title will have to wait a little while for Moyesy.
I hate to say this but chelsea or city could well be champions next year. city, of course, always have the $$$ to spend whenever they need, and I think they will go on to strengthen their midfield, which they need to really. while at the same time chelsea have jose- JOSE! and with him in charge, next season, just next season could be theirs. If we get 3rd place and maybe have a good cup/european run or win another trophy, that is perfectly fine by me. even if we end up on a downward spiral such as the post-busby times, i will never quit being a united fan. I am not a gloryhunter and if there was ever a chance to prove myself a TRUE united fan from next season onwards would be the time.
mate, sir alex... he's gone. can't believe it. :( (sob sob)
i knew london was a very multiracial city but tbh i didn't expect that many to be in london. do you have any asian friends? do the asians in your school know anything about football and are they good at it?
btw, the championship season has ended already, apart from the playoffs! unbelievable that wolves have been RELEGATED TO LEAGUE 1 just a year after going down from the premier league. talk about a fall. and great to see hull going back to the premier league, they have an ex-united player as manager (stevie bruce) and a few ex-utd players in their team (like robbie brady) and i liked them when they were in the PL, so it's great to see them there!
could you answer that question now, please?
and thoughts on another west brom defeat?