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18 Mar 2018 11:39:28
I have b n as disappointed as all over the last weeke or so. I thought the Liverpool win had set us up to beat Seville, not to be. Hugely disappointing. But it was just one game.
So a question to the ED's and regular posters. If we accept that Mourinho gets another year, gets a good budget to improve the team/ squad, what do people think it will take to make this team truely competitive (with the likes of City, Madrid, Barca, Bayern, Juve) next season? I personally don't rate PSG very highly.
Who does he need to bring in to fix the issues he has talked about over the last week? Looking forward to the answers and opinions.

{Ed025's Note - there is only one way for united to be truely competitive mike, and thats to part company with the manager mate..

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18 Mar 2018 13:01:21
It’s a good question, and what Jose would like and us fans may want will certainly be different!

Jose needs players that will carry out orders effectively and to get us near to that level, playing how Jose wants to play we would need at least 5 first team players. Two new fullbacks, two new attacking players and a CM.

I’ll go with Meunièr and Danny Rose for the fullbacks, Willian and Perisic as the attacking players and Jorginho for CM.

I’m not saying I agree with the above or that those signings would make us competitive, it’s just my opinion on what Jose himself might like to see happen.

18 Mar 2018 12:56:55
Personally i'd be devestated if Mourinho left, but if that were to happen, who would be your pick for manager Ed025?

{Ed025's Note - i think poch would fit well scholes and i also like paulo fonseca who i believe is going places mate..

18 Mar 2018 15:01:36
Do like the way Spurs play their football under Pochettino but he hasn't won a trophy in his managerial career, bit risky. I THINK it was Ed001 who said his teams lack discipline and crumble under pressure, not to mention that when he's had a say on transfers at Spurs they haven't worked out too well, at United he'd have a bigger say than he does there.

Leonardo Jardim would be my pick, but only once Mourinho leaves in 2/ 3 years, get rid of Jose now and i feel as if we'll be in a continuous vicious cycle whereby we get rid of managers every other year, appoint someone with a completely different set of ideas and ways of playing, give them a few hundred million and then after a while the fans will be on his back aswell, process will just repeat itself.

Since Sir Alex left, the past few seasons just seem to be a blur, constant mediocrity and players not trying hard enough, not good enough and lacking effort and commitment. Now Mourinho's questioning these players, whether we as fans or the players, 'pundits and journalists' agree with it morally, it may just be the kick up the a**e they need, Jose's only here for a few years, he doesn't have to 'endear' himself to the fans but as long as he sorts out the mess, leaves the club in a strong position then i couldn't care less what he does or says. I just don't understand why fans are complaning of the way we are playing TWO years after Jose was appointed manager, we knew this is exactly how it was going to be when he first came.

•win the league under Jose
•leave a strong squad for the next manager
•Appoint Jardim/ Maurizio Sarri to 'restore the attacking style play' we were so accustomed to.

Just my opinion fellas😬🤷‍♂️.



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