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Comment 20 Jul 2016

Factoring in he's still only 23, and he perfectly fits a need United has had for years, I'd have a hard time finding a number I wasn't ok with.  Plus, factoring in % of MU's turnover, it wouldn't even be considered their biggest deal. Good point about the move being good for him though, MU's been a bit directionless as a club since Fergie left so who knows what would have happened under Moyes and van Gaal.

Not sure if you factor this in as well, but given the currency strength of the both the Euro and the Pound compared to what it was for Bale's transfer, Pogba's deal in US dollars is actually close to 30 million less than Bale's.

Comment 18 Jan 2016

I get this too, though only at my work computer, so I assumed it was something with the firewall there.  I also get the arrow when upvoting/downvoting, but my vote still works.

Comment 05 Jan 2016

Agree completely, "as bad" is just a comparative term, not a qualitative assessment.  My point was more the Dline was missing 3/4 of its starters and didn't have any depth to speak of, not that Hubbard didn't look great.  Quite the opposite, he played very well, though he's not yet the force of nature Bosa has been.

Comment 04 Jan 2016

I started wondering the same thing during the game, but then I started thinking about how we were also missing Washington and Schutt and didn't have any depth on the D line.  They just looked gassed on those long drives ND was putting together.  It's definitely not the same, but I don't think it's as bad as it may have seemed in the Fiesta Bowl.  Hubbard is still really new to both his size and playing DE.

Comment 08 Dec 2015

I agree with this.  Consistency and focus are his biggest issues, and I don't think another year of college football will help with that.