03 Jan 2019 11:37:01
Solskjaer in

Give him the job and 3 year contract!
Might be getting giddy but get him signed up. Feels right and feels like the perfect fit for me.

1.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 12:47:30
Hes done well with four fixtures against clubs in the bottom half. I think when he shows he can beat the big teams with good football he will be hard to look past.

2.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 13:45:29
I certainly wouldn’t be against it I love him, he gets how a Manchester United team should play because he’s played in one. My big fear is whatever Ole does until now and the end of the season is that the new manager is already agreed. If it’s Poch I’m cool with that I love his style of play and think United fans will take to him like a duck to water. If it’s Zidane I have a horrible feeling things will turn sour again, he won 3 champions leagues in a row which was incredible but the players he had at his disposal were also incredible and the gap in the league to Barcelona wasn’t acceptable in my view.

3.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 14:32:28
I really don't want zidane but woodys too easily seduced by flashy names and reputations. I'm not convinced by poch either. His teams crumble too easily under pressure and he'd haves tonnes of it here.

4.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 15:41:35
Be careful Mort. Porch is the next best thing since slice bread and he is the answer to our problems. Don't you dare say a bad thing about him😉.

5.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 16:03:39
Id back him if he got the job. I just worry that his teams have a mental fragility.

6.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 18:14:20
Pochettino is probably our best bet, yet that doesn't put him beyond question. Hopefully one thing we have learned from LvG and Mourinho is no manager should be beyond question if they can be seen to be failing in one area of the job. Be that in playing style, results/ trophies won or poor PR bringing bad press around the club.

A Manchester United manager needs to be able to be the public face of the club and as such bring positivity to the club through the media, they need to get the side playing an entertaining style of football, keep the players playing to the best of their ability, bring young players through within the traditions of the club and challenge for and win titles.

If any manager is failing in anyone of these areas then we need to be able to discuss why.

Pochettino ticks many of the boxes, yet he hasn't won anything yet. Is that due to the inherent mentality of the clubs he has managed, or because their is a fragility in him when the finishing line is in sight? Only time will tell. That first trophy is always the hardest, and after he wins that we could see an avalanche of titles fall his way. Yet if he takes too long to win that first trophy, then he and many others will start to question his methods and it could soon fall apart and he will be labelled an almost man.

If the club feel he is the right man I will back him, as I did initially with all our managers. I will back him until he, in my eyes, proves he isn't up to the task. Personally I think he is the best choice at the moment, although Ole is doing everything right to make me change my mind.

7.) 03 Jan 2019
03 Jan 2019 18:18:40
If we get top 4 and win a cup OGS is a cert anything short of that and its in the lap of the gods.
Poch is not the only candidate i assume. He is a very good candidate but that's all.