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..Whats the difference between our tour and Utd's?
Didn't get that point.
We are virtually touring the same areas
Same areas but they have the same focus they had in Africa
In Sydney, they were engaged with quite a few sponsors/would-be-sponsors (some even came from Japan, to have the backdrop of the harbour and the beaches):



The reason they played a hotch-potch A-league 2nd team (1st team were in S.Korea) is that intense rivalry among the fans could have damaged the chance of filling up the stadium. So, the Sydney visit was not about playing a meaningful game in front of vociferous fans.

Now, nothing may be wrong with this. I have just observed that with more focus on youth in the team, ManU would need to explore ways to build up the intense passion they are renowned for, particularly when quality is not seen in abundance now.

Ayre and Brendan are constantly reiterating that the young/new players are amazed to see the global reach and the size of support for the club. Sounds like, "building passion" in the team was a major objective. Makes sense when we see the main elements of the tour.

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Manu should stop their pursuit on signing Cesc..

Every year we hear speculation after speculation that we are going to sign big players..

Only RVP was one big signings from past many seasons..

And Rooney should stay

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I think we will end up with Fellani. Although his buy out clause is void after next week.
Modric maybe but yeh Fellaini seems more likely.
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Every year we hear speculation after speculation that we are going to sign big players..

Only RVP was one big signings from past many seasons..
Tevez, Berbatov.

As for the speculation, well thats exactly what it is. As for Fabregas, Moysey is saying 'it's ongoing' and if he goes after any other players we will know in due course. If you believe we'll buy the players The Sun is saying or other papers/media then you will be left disappointed.
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Same areas but they have the same focus they had in Africa
In Sydney, they were engaged with quite a few sponsors/would-be-sponsors (some even came from Japan, to have the backdrop of the harbour and the beaches):

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The reason they played a hotch-potch A-league 2nd team (1st team were in S.Korea) is that intense rivalry among the fans could have damaged the chance of filling up the stadium. So, the Sydney visit was not about playing a meaningful game in front of vociferous fans.

Now, nothing may be wrong with this. I have just observed that with more focus on youth in the team, ManU would need to explore ways to build up the intense passion they are renowned for, particularly when quality is not seen in abundance now.

Ayre and Brendan are constantly reiterating that the young/new players are amazed to see the global reach and the size of support for the club. Sounds like, "building passion" in the team was a major objective. Makes sense when we see the main elements of the tour.
The Club are there for the sponsors/would be sponsors but isn't the last part true for the Man U youngsters?
2nd part because you think so.
And all tickets sold out for those games, including the remaining 2.
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Whats the difference between our tour and Utd's?
Didn't get that point.
We are virtually touring the same areas
Only LFC play meaningful games Full stop
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The Club are there for the sponsors/would be sponsors but isn't the last part true for the Man U youngsters?
2nd part because you think so.
And all tickets sold out for those games, including the remaining 2.
Alternative was to play Sydney FC (or, Western Sydney, just one team - Australia NT would have released the players from the East Asian cup, as they did for Melbourne Victory vs Liverpool)
actually, that should have been the only option
Some of my Chelsea and Arsenal supporting friends went to the match
You give max feeling to the youngsters if they play a real-enough match in a faraway place

Anyway, my remark was casual, embarked into the details because lal asked

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Alternative was to play Sydney FC (or, Western Sydney, just one team - Australia NT would have released the players from the East Asian cup, as they did for Melbourne Victory vs Liverpool)
actually, that should have been the only option
Some of my Chelsea and Arsenal supporting friends went to the match
You give max feeling to the youngsters if they play a real-enough match in a faraway place

Anyway, my remark was casual, embarked into the details because lal asked
Manchester United has today announced it is to travel to Sydney to play a friendly match against the Australian A-League All Stars as part of Tour 2013, presented by Aon.
This will be only the fifth visit the club has made to Australia, the first being in 1967. The team last played there as Treble winners in 1999.
Announcing the game, United chief executive David Gill said: "The game and training camp that will take place in Sydney will be an important part of the teamís preparation for the 2013/14 season. We are delighted to accept the invitation from the New South Wales Government and the Football Federation Australia to visit one of the world's truly great cities.
"There are three main reasons we go on pre-season tour. First and foremost is the teamís preparation for the season ahead. But the tour also allows us to engage with our global fan base and network of commercial partners. It has been a while since we last visited Sydney and we are looking forward to renewing our relationship with our loyal and enthusiastic Australian fans."
The whole Manchester United first team will train in Sydney for six days, playing the game on 20 July at the Sydney ANZ Stadium.


That was reported on 10/12/2012
They didn't decide on Friday that tomorrow we'll play in Australia vs anyone we get.
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Alternative was to play Sydney FC (or, Western Sydney, just one team - Australia NT would have released the players from the East Asian cup, as they did for Melbourne Victory vs Liverpool)
actually, that should have been the only option
Some of my Chelsea and Arsenal supporting friends went to the match
You give max feeling to the youngsters if they play a real-enough match in a faraway place

Anyway, my remark was casual, embarked into the details because lal asked
Manchester United has today announced it is to travel to Sydney to play a friendly match against the Australian A-League All Stars as part of Tour 2013, presented by Aon.
This will be only the fifth visit the club has made to Australia, the first being in 1967. The team last played there as Treble winners in 1999.
Announcing the game, United chief executive David Gill said: "The game and training camp that will take place in Sydney will be an important part of the teamís preparation for the 2013/14 season. We are delighted to accept the invitation from the New South Wales Government and the Football Federation Australia to visit one of the world's truly great cities.
"There are three main reasons we go on pre-season tour. First and foremost is the teamís preparation for the season ahead. But the tour also allows us to engage with our global fan base and network of commercial partners. It has been a while since we last visited Sydney and we are looking forward to renewing our relationship with our loyal and enthusiastic Australian fans."
The whole Manchester United first team will train in Sydney for six days, playing the game on 20 July at the Sydney ANZ Stadium.


That was reported on 10/12/2012
They didn't decide on a Friday that tomorrow we'll play in Australia vs anyone we get.
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