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20 Mar 2018 10:42:32
Media field day and buffet with poison for ManUtd supporters and stirring the emotions. There is so much spices from the media into the unflavored red soup. I laugh at all the reactions i have read on this site in the days following the CL exit.
What a joke calling for the head of the manager now. It just shows the unity of the supporters of the biggest club in the world. More like unsupportors? Imagine all the anti ManUtd people laughing and loving every minute of this. I am embarrassed.

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20 Mar 2018 12:43:09
Yeah, I mean imagine all those paying customers wanting a decent product for the money and time they invest. Disgusting!

20 Mar 2018 12:49:42
Come on 666 everybody's entitled to their opinion pal it wouldn't be a banter site otherwise and a very boring place if we all thought the same.

There is nothing wrong with voicing your opinion if you don't think the Club is going in the right direction.

I very much remain pro Jose for a number of reasons which I've highlighted on numerous occasions but even I must admit that those that want rid also make compelling arguments.

I don't think there is anything embarrassing about that and if they didn't support or care about the Club they wouldn't be talking the time to read or post on this site.

Nobody is flying planes over Old Trafford or taking Jose Out banners into the stadium we're just discussing if he's the right man to take us forward.

20 Mar 2018 12:55:25
Modern fans have no patience its all about the now. We've slowly been turning into something I've always despised. Real Madrid. Spoilt fans turning on managers after a bad game. Calling for more an more expensive signings only to turn on them first sign of trouble. Is Jose right? I think he needs next season. If its not working then think about a change.

20 Mar 2018 13:09:43
Im not embarrassed by anyone else's opinion. People have a right to express themselves.

20 Mar 2018 13:15:23
Yes I am very agreeable everyone has their own opinion and definitely fine with the banters. To borrow the word from Mancman just disgusting to see the media poison.
I am very happy to read the banters trust me. Only thing is feeling sad that the media nonsense is helping to worsen the situation.
I am not a Jose super supporter but I am also not happy with how we have been playing. But let the man do his job and support him and chop him only after the season (be it this or next) . Just feel it is very disruptive. All I feel is that we should just support the manager and make decision after the last PL game.
Personally I think he has done an okay job till now. Perhaps we have too much expectation from the glory years and need to understand that we have been spoilt? With the last 2 managers helping our descent to before Jose took over, perhaps we need to be a little more patient?

20 Mar 2018 13:16:26
Yes Mort I am all for the same as evident in my above response.

20 Mar 2018 13:17:54
Partly agree Danny.

20 Mar 2018 13:26:50
The question Is, is Jose the right man for United. If we look around old Trafford apart from the fans who is United through and through.
I see Charlton. Now I bet he is looking at Jose in the hot seat saying how did you get in there.
It's common knowledge that he doesn't like Jose. Before Jose got the job and it came out Charlton didn't want him, I was like give him a chance he will change do things the United way. Has he, No he hasn't he has just proved it's a Jose show.
And if I'm honest when I look at him now I see a Chelsea badge, a blue tinge. isn't that what a few people at the top of United see.
I know managers come from different clubs but there's something about Jose for me that doesn't sit right.
Now that's my last post about Jose.
If he says he stays I support Manchester United not Jose.
I will always watch and support United.

20 Mar 2018 13:33:54
so would everyone be happy playing fantastic football and winning nothing for the next 5 season. only finishing in the top 4.

20 Mar 2018 13:43:52
Ah, the old, 'either or' argument. As if the two have to be mutually exclusive. Funny how other top teams manage to do both.

20 Mar 2018 13:44:59
Leahy I hear you and I also feel some of that as well and believe you me I do feel a mix of what all are saying. At time I feel he is too blue for my liking picking fights with Conte as if he has something to prove being a better Chelsea manager. But I’d like to believe he is professional and he knows that he is now a ManUtd manager.
Best thing for me I feel now is just support my club and see what happens next season re the title challenge and silverware.

20 Mar 2018 13:48:17
What about playing dull football and winning nothing do you want that bolger? What about option 3 playing entertaining football and winning a quintuple of trebles can we pick that option? Or are we only allowed one or the other? Guessing as city are playing games great it must mean they are now going to Implode as they can't play good football and win stuffs not allowed right?

20 Mar 2018 14:22:07
Jesus Bolger. I thought we done that argument about entertainment and winning or losing. What have Barca, city, psg, Bayern and Celtic all got in common? They all play entertaining football and they're all winning their leagues by a mile.

{Ed007's Note - I fixed that for you :-D

20 Mar 2018 15:40:02
theres also teams that are playing entertaining football and winning nothing.

its a topic that's best left alone because its going round in circles.

20 Mar 2018 16:15:10
You brought it up! 😁.







 

 

 
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