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04 Feb 2019 10:50:10
Guys - not sure if discussed but what are the thoughts on what paul ince said i.e he could have done what ole has done. My feeling is that he probably would have won a few games alright but I don't think his persona is on the same level as Ole. i'm not saying Ole is or isn't the answer but he is more "manchester united" than Ince is. It would worry me that the "Guvnor" ego would resurface and players would rebel again. he seems hurt he wasnt in the mix for the interim post.

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04 Feb 2019 11:30:43
We wouldn't give a caretaker job to "the sacked one" especially with a last ten matches coached record being 0 wins, 1 draw and 9 losses the complete inverse or Ole's.

04 Feb 2019 11:32:22
Ince is just trying to keep himself relevant.

He loves to throw a controversial headline out every now and then, he made a career in the media by badmouthing us, and imo has done enough to distance himself from United fans over the years. He’s nowhere near the United legend that Ole is if previous comments are his actual thoughts.

04 Feb 2019 11:37:16
How did Paul get on in previous jobs?

04 Feb 2019 11:40:54
It strikes me as something someone with a lot of insecurity would feel they needed to say, as though he's trying to tell the world, 'I'm a good manager, honestly! ' It weirdly reminds me of Mourinho feeling like he had to tell us all he's turned down three job offers since he left United. 'I'm a good manager, see! '

I catch myself doing it sometimes in conversations - dropping in info about me doing well in my career so the other person knows I'm 'legit' - and I hate it in myself when I see it. I like Ole so much because he doesn't strike me as the type to feel he needs to do that.

04 Feb 2019 11:45:02
He is just bitter, he has a huge ego and has a chip on his shoulder about not being offered "top jobs", even though he has struggled at ever club he has managed.

I agree to an extent that any manager coming in would have to an extent lifted the cloud over the club and we would have seen an upturn in performances. Yet for me the real key is the results and the tactics. Not only are we playing with more freedom, we are playing to our strengths as well.

I've not seen anything from Ince during his managerial career to suggest he has the tactical nuances in his locker to get the results in unfavourable circumstances.

04 Feb 2019 12:38:28
He's a total twonk.

Most managers could've come in and made an improvement. However I suspect that Ince wouldn't have been one of those.

Ince has done nothing but bad mouth the club for years. He burned his bridges when he signed for them. Glaring example of his twonkiness. Since then he's done nothing but turn the fans against him. Decent player, bad manager, shocking pundit.

04 Feb 2019 14:32:55
Ince is an empty vessel making noise.
He has zero credability when it comes to football management.
He is an absolute arse.

04 Feb 2019 15:11:23
Ince is one of those old school players that thinks the modern game owes them something. If ýou watch him on MoTD he is constantly making mistakes in his punditry. When commenting on the United v Leicester game when Leicester starting brightly and had a few chances in the second half, he commented that they started the game wonderfully until Gabby Logan pointed out it was the second half. The devil is in the details and he doesn't pay attention.

He hasn't got an eye for detail. If he was smart he would have started off coaching somewhere instead of moaning about not getting a job.

He gave his son some awful advice too and he doesn't seem like he's a student of the game. If he thinks what Ole has done was easy then he's even more deluded than I thought.

04 Feb 2019 16:05:17
The joy in his reaction to scoring against us for Liverpool, should answer the question.

04 Feb 2019 17:34:26
I said before he’s ‘making a part of himself’

We all know I meant pratt.

Everything is easier with the benefit of hindsight. Ole is in the hot seat and doing the business, something Ince has demonstrated a number of times that he’s unable to do. Pratt.

04 Feb 2019 18:58:49
He could have been a legend at United but his attitude got him moved out and he’s been a prat ever since.



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