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23 Jul 2018 19:43:22
Who knows how true a rumour is but today it is said Mourinho is meeting Woodward and a member of the Glazer family. It is rumoured Mourinho is not at all happy with transfers. Last summer he openly asked for 4 and they let him down only got 3 and didn't bring in the wide attacker, we can see what has happened this summer and whilst the window isn't closed is anyone else getting the feeling there is a financial squeeze?

I hope Mourinho has the guts to call the owners and Woodward out, something SAF didn't. To get change a business needs to experience pain so for me if there is a financial squeeze I hope Mourinho walks away, leaves us in the mess the club will have brought on itself. Years of no value, LvG saying he didn't get what he wanted, only 3 out of 4 last summer. The trend has to stop now, I hope Mourinho is the one to finally take a stand. What we have isn't good enough, 2 more players, no fullbacks, really? Time for change at Old Trafford.

Red Man

1.) 23 Jul 2018 20:46:59
Red man the club is obviously trying to sell off a few before we can buy. Our moto like citys when they first got money of double or tripling players wages will always come back to haunt us. Weve spent like the moneys burning a hole in our pockets without a clear plan. The club may also view 3/ 8 of joses signings could be gone by the end of the summer that's hardly a good turn around on who the manager is investing in either.


2.) 23 Jul 2018 20:52:36
Hope so RM.


3.) 23 Jul 2018 21:17:56
W16wes

Do we really know how many were Mourinho’s first choice? We know he did not get Perisic. There is a pattern from when the owners arrived and now the club owners need to realise this isn’t a transition from SAF to a new manager but from United to a new dynasty, either City or Liverpool and they are letting it happen on their watch. I have banged on about a plan for years whilst watching City when they were dismissed as noisy. The owners need to have a plan and be decisive, now, right now.


4.) 23 Jul 2018 21:36:52
Walk away without a payoff? Rightfully no way he'd do that.

If mourinho is really that upset, no reason why they can't come to a mutual agreement and a stopgap manager put in charge till next season.


5.) 23 Jul 2018 21:39:44
Think we have spent plenty with the last 2 managers. Our targets are with other large European clubs and so it’s not easy to get them in.
Where is the development of youth? We have a good coaching and scouting system with some excellent youngsters pushing through who won’t get a chance under JM.
It’s not all about pure money.
I like JM but he is a 3 year project which is coming to an end. If he could see the bigger picture then he has the chance to create sonething special at Utd. Our club and fans are more patient and will stick by a manager who is creating a team between bringing in top class and developing youth within. As long as too 4 is achieved people will stick with the project if it’s a long term plan.


6.) 23 Jul 2018 22:49:49
The point is does the club have a plan. It doesn't look like it.


7.) 23 Jul 2018 23:10:52
Mourinho looks completely disinterested during the matches. His demeanor and comments afterward makes it seem like these friendlies are for fitness only, it looks like there are no tactics being worked on. He has also shown very little enthusiasm for his own players. His lack of passion looks like it is spreading to the players, and the fans as well. I think it is shocking that a manager, whatever his resume, can have so little enthusiasm for such a big job.


8.) 24 Jul 2018 04:27:20
Spent millions and people are still hanging on to the poor Jose line .
He didn't get perisic so what it happens, Jose has said he didn't want to come and he signed a nice new deal with inter.
So we went and got Sanchez instead what's the problem?


9.) 24 Jul 2018 06:33:53
Jred

The problem? Fullback, centre half, right side attack to create and score goals, as a minimum.


10.) 24 Jul 2018 06:44:00
Every single manager without exception missed out on at least one transfer target last summer.

It has probably happened to Mourinho every season at every club he has worked at.

Ed002 has said Mourinho doesn't want to be at our club, and that it has little to do with his professional life and more to do with his personal life. That suggests the club aren't doing a lot wrong in Mourinho's eyes.

If he's kicking up a stink it's because he has decided he wants out and is just trying to engineer it. He missed his daughters graduation to be on the preseason tour. From what Ed002 has said that is more likely to have caused Jose's bad mood than a lack of transfers.

6 years ago I would have agreed with you about a lack of investment from the owners. Personally I still think they are investing poorly on quick fixes rather than a long term plan.

However, Jose has spent over 400m so far. A figure matched/ beaten only by Pep at city. So I don't think Jose has a right to claim the owners haven't backed him.

It is not the fault of the money men that the targets Jose wanted haven't worked out. Mkhitaryan already sold. 65m spent on Bailly and Lindelof and yet Jose wants another CB because he isn't happy with the ones he bought. Club record fee on Pogba and now touting him around Europe as again Jose isn't happy with him. Zlatan was only ever a short term fix, yet the club agreed to extend his stay while injured on Jose's say so. Jose then played him 4/ 5 times before he left. He was on a crazy contact by all accounts, so I can't see the club being too happy at extending his contract for him to play less minutes than Scott McTominay.
Sanchez is another who was signed and as yet has not proven his worth.

Then there is the 70m+ worth of young talent in Martial and Shaw which Mourinho shows little interest in developing.

Mourinho has been gloomy and miserable since day one and we can't blame that on the owners. Red man I know your a big Jose fanboy, but it appears I may have been right when I said hiring Jose will end in tears. He just isn't the right fit. I know he has the ego and the drive to win like Sir Alex, but Sir Alex had so much more. It's like taking two ingredients out of your favourite meal and slapping them in something else, it won't be the same as your favourite meal. I love a Sunday roast, and roast potatoes and beef make the meal, however, they would be awful in a trifle, or in my corn flakes.

Sir Alex was the perfect man manager, knowing how to change tact to get a tune out of everyone. With Jose it's his way or the highway.

And so far it looks like it's the highway for around 150-200m worth of our players the most of that players Jose himself has bought. So I could see why the owners might be a little more concerned about trusting Jose's judgement on players this summer.


11.) 24 Jul 2018 07:34:07
Top post Shappy, we’ve spent a lot, some of it badly, bought who the Manager wanted, and he doesn’t play them or wants them gone. It’s the Board’s fault, go figure.


12.) 24 Jul 2018 07:42:54
Shappy

One point I can tell you from your post is very wrong, I am not a Jose “fanboy”, and I have posted who I wanted as manager many times, but why let the truth get in the way of your anti Jose position. When Bailly was playing well Jose got no credit and it was a club decision to buy, now it’s his fault we spent money on him. Pep bought and sold and their club supported him, do we support our own in the same way? Apart from Matic do we really know how many were Jose first choice signings? He needed many positions changing but did he have the budget after years of underfunding? He may have approved some but that doesn’t mean they were his first choice. If you look back at our transfer activity the dip in buying started when the club changed owners, buoyed by the longevity of what was already there and SAF we kept going, the dip started when Ron left and years of underfunding has come home to roost. Looks like we are watching the same dance again this summer.


13.) 24 Jul 2018 08:08:36
Red man, you've always been a huge fan of Jose. Since the mid 00's you have said he would be the perfect replacement for Sir Alex. You said when we hired Moyes that it should have been Jose. Under LvG you said we should have hired Jose. So under our last three managers before hiring Jose you have stated Jose should be our manager. In my books that makes you a bit of a fanboy.

You say the spending has dried up under the current ownership. Yet the the club has broken it's transfer record as many times since Sir Alex has retired as we did under him. We've broken the world record transfer fee and the world record fee paid for a teenager in the last 4 seasons.

Has Jose been backed? Yes, 400m in a shade over two years in charge is certainly some backing.

Your excuse of whether they were Jose's first choice is laughable. Bailly wasn't his first choice, and is probably one of his best signings. He wanted Perisic and got Sanchez a player many of us believe is better than his first choice. Zlatan, Matic, Lukaku were definitely his first choice. Pogba was a player he was interested in at Chelsea. Lindelof was another he wanted after leaning heavily on advice from people he trusts in Portugal.

Regardless of whether they are his first choice, second choice or third choice. They are players he wanted and he got them. So he can have no complaints. No manager gets all the players they want, but they don't for the most part throw their toys out the pram like a petulant child. Especially when only one manager in the history of world football has spent more money than you in such a short space of time.

Jose has been well backed, now he has to deliver. So far this preseason he seems to be getting his excuses in early. I suspect another Jose third season implosion.


14.) 24 Jul 2018 08:27:36
Shappy

Incorrect, yet again. I wanted Jose to replace SAF because it needed someone with stature. I wanted Klopp to replace Moyes and then wanted Pep to replace LvG. It was all written on here, only when Pep declared for City did I suggest Jose. If you get that so wrong when I have repeated it many times what else do you get wrong?


15.) 24 Jul 2018 12:48:45
If the board don't trust Jose, why give him a contract extension. Also if Jose is that unhappy why sign it? Just extra post melt down compo?

{Ed002's Note - The club wants consistecy - Mourinho will be more than happy to take the money. The fans did the damage a couple of years ago and are entirely responsible for where the club is now.}


16.) 24 Jul 2018 15:18:22
Ed 002 - LVG and his awful football had nothing to do with it?

{Ed002's Note - No.}


17.) 24 Jul 2018 18:05:52
Shappy on the money.


18.) 25 Jul 2018 11:26:42
Here we go again. Fans fault. Let’s just remove them from football completely. Ruining it.


19.) 26 Jul 2018 11:20:22
Ed do you mind explaining why the fans are at fault?

{Ed002's Note - The toxics forced the club to change their agreed plan because they are far from bright.}


20.) 26 Jul 2018 12:17:33
The agreed plan being to let Van Gaal see out his project?

{Ed002's Note - And then to be replaced by Max Allegri.}


 

 

17 Jul 2018 09:28:49
No idea how true it is but am led to believe that Woodward is struggling on recruitment (perhaps Glazernomics, perhaps being led up dead ends) and the Manager is not happy with the situation. The next few weeks will be interesting.

Red Man

1.) 17 Jul 2018 09:36:47
If Mourinho is going to be that unhappy with the situation i hope both parties come to some sort of mutual termination before the season starts.

Better that than mourinho sulking for the first half in the season and the club has to end up sacking him.


2.) 17 Jul 2018 12:12:59
or maybe its the fact that this is not football manager and it takes time to complete a transfer.

the panic is already starting to creep in.


3.) 17 Jul 2018 12:56:27
If Jose was an adaptable, modest and inspiring manager he would realise that our squad is only 2 or 3 additions away from being up there with the very best.

However, his insistence on sticking with the only way of football he knows and picking fights with his players has left us with a needed squad overhaul in his eyes.


 

 

01 May 2017 09:31:34
I read this morning that Romero has bought a house in Milan. Obviously no idea if that is true or whether he is leaving but strange place to buy if you play in Manchester.

Red Man

1.) 01 May 2017 13:41:07
Holiday home/ investment property? Doubt he's short of a few quid.


2.) 01 May 2017 18:25:03
Linked with inter.


3.) 02 May 2017 08:23:11
Get the lad from Milan and send them a ready made replacement?


 

 

01 Apr 2017 12:59:16
Today I understand another young reserve (he is 20) has been added to the match day squad, Matthew Willock, in addition to Tuanzebe and TFM. This is down to injuries but also because we have released the older "blockers" in the squad. I hope all three get some time and show what they can do. Like Rashford last season, until they step onto the biggest stage in key matches (the pressure to win is now on), we won't know how they handle it.

Personally I have seen many youngsters debut at OT and there is a buzz of excitement when they step out. Good luck to Willock if he gets on and it will do wonders for the youth/ reserve set up to see progress. I hope young Gomes gets some time soon and possibly Gribben if they continue progress and are physically able.

Funny but today may need Fellaini especially against a West Brom team who can and like to score from dead balls.

Red Man

1.) 01 Apr 2017 17:53:35
Another draw at home, top four just seems out of reach at the moment, Its the old Man Utd way, when teams above us drop points so do we. But the most frustrating thing for me is Micki taken off again and martial and lingard left on.
Hope Jose has a plan for next season regarding strikers, it's plain to see if Zlatan don't score, nor does anyone else. Looks like another season of frustration and missed chances.


 

 

25 Oct 2014 06:38:03
Interesting That the Valdes rumour had been around a while.

13 Aug 2014
Despite being injured I did read a while ago that we had interest in Victor Valdes as competition for De Gea, following Valdes injury lay off but not heard much in a while. Not sure whether Valdes has found a club as yet. I also read that De Gea's girlfriend was encouraging him to move back to Spain and whilst there has been no suggestion he would, a good number 2 could be important

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20 Aug 2018 21:28:17
Gary Neville makes some very good points, basically having given a contract extension to the manager, Woodward had to back him in the transfer market with what he asked for. I have read that Woodward was briefing people privately that HE didn't think United needed anyone else, that HE didn't think anything out there was better than what we already had. Read that again and think it through, the Finance man would be dictating the transfer strategy of the club. Back when SAF retired Woodward made the famous no need for re-tooling of the team and that was patently wrong.

We need Woodward put back in charge of numbers, that is what should be the focus, immediately.

People are calling for a Director of Football, yet will he report to Woodward? If so that would be another error. If we get one he should not report to Woodward or we are in the same position as now, he needs to report to the owners directly, only then can we be sure of who is really calling the tune and have clarity or purpose, leave Woodward to bean counting.

Red Man

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any such statements or briefings from EW and if true he will lose his job immediately the club find out.}


1.) 20 Aug 2018 21:44:30
Sounds rubbish to me were did you read that.


2.) 20 Aug 2018 21:54:39
Even if it were true, I can't imagine the Glazer's being much more clued up on football matters than Ed.

{Ed002's Note - The Glazer's? I think you are missing a major point here.}


3.) 20 Aug 2018 22:08:16
I read it in Red Issue

My main point is where a DoF would report to and for me it should be direct to the board at the same level as Woodward which would put Football and Finance on the same level.

{Ed002's Note - Sounds like speculation - if it is true, he is dead meat anyway.}


4.) 20 Aug 2018 22:19:34
Sounds a stretch to me.


5.) 20 Aug 2018 22:21:06
I saw today they are looking at a technical director rather than a DOF.

Basically a middleman because Jose and Woodward don't get along.


6.) 20 Aug 2018 22:54:21
Ed002, it was in reference to Red Man stating that any prospective DoF should report directly to them, rather than Ed. I just fail to see how that would be any better, when I'm guessing the Glazers' knowledge of the worth (not financial) of prospective signings, especially compared to an experienced football manager, wouldn't be that much better than Woodward's. If at all.

{Ed002's Note - Interesting that you are all getting wraooed up about the organisation chart. The post was in reference to something that will lead to getting EW fired. If it is true he is gone.}


7.) 20 Aug 2018 23:17:43
Red Man - What happened this summer is frightening . You simply can't finish 19 points behind the leaders and believe that major investment ISN'T needed in the squad. If that doesn't tell you about the ambition of our Club I don't know what does.

Yesterday shouldn't have come as any surprise it's exactly what happened last season with this bunch of players. Why we didn't strengthen is open to conjecture but the reality is we didn't therefore how can we realistically expect anything to change!

We've been told players were available but none arrived. If Woodward doesn't trust the managers judgement then he should be sacked. How can the Club progress on that basis? The problem being he offered him a new contract 6 months ago. Does any of this even make sense and have we been given any reasonable explanation as to why we failed to sign any other players despite the manager seemingly begging for reinforcements. Just listen to Carragher and Neville on MNF for some sense because you won't get any from Ed Woodward.


 

 

09 Aug 2018 19:53:21
The window closed, the board declared their ambition for the football side of the business and also showed their real acumen with a new sponsor this week. Maybe they have John Terry lined up to ride to our rescue as a contractless free agent.

As to the window, to make it effective shut it even earlier and extend the deadline to buy or renew Season Tickets until after the transfer window closes, that might make the board do something.

The good news is the expectation, almost a free pass, which will now be very low, City and Scouse to take the big prizes, backs against the wall, circle the wagons. Now will Jose take it and stay or will he walk away. The board probably think he won't walk as he would lose his pay off and show everyone is right about the third season scenario. Big decision because those hollering for a fancy manager might well get a big bite of reality.

Now with the free pass, will José try to do the best with the established players or mix it and give the young players time, give Chong, Garner, Greenwood and Gomes a chance. If it goes wrong the pressure will and should now be on Woodward and the Glazers. I hope we see youngsters from tomorrow, stuff the owners now, finish10th if needed and give the kids a go. We cannot put full blame on the manager after this window, he needs to make use of that.

Red Man

1.) 09 Aug 2018 20:45:02
There's no free pass to be tenth redman you wouldn't tolerate Moyes being tenth . The team were runners up last year and have added a brazillian international, Jose will be able to make an argument why catching city and Liverpool will be difficult through lack of player investment but spurs added nobody and I'd have our squad over arsenal's every day . Jose may be underwhelmed at our recruiting but he's paid well for his skill and expertise he's not exactly going into battle unarmed . Young players should play when they deserve to and not to make a point .


2.) 09 Aug 2018 21:37:03
I’d also argue we have added Sanchez as he was pretty crap last year. He looks refreshed and could be like a brand new signing.


3.) 09 Aug 2018 22:09:01
It could be a difficult season, hard to watch our two main rivals have a far better approach than ours. Perhaps 10th was too lenient, that I agree, but are Manchester United about playing for 3rd? Is that what it’s come too? I think 3rd is probably where we will end up. Will top players come to us in future if that is the extent of our ambition?

I think we over performed last season to get second but it was time to invest heavily this summer and the owners didn’t, despite pleas from the manager. It is inexcusable unless the financial bottom falls out of the football market.


4.) 09 Aug 2018 22:50:41
RedMan, i agree entirely on giving our young players a chance. I would rather see them playing with passion than pogba and martial going through the motions because they don't feel our club is worthy of them. We are NOT winning the PL this year, so might as well play one or two younger players and give them experience.


 

 

09 Aug 2018 08:10:17
It is not often I ask a question of the Ed's but when ...........

Red Man

{Ed002's Note - You are on the wrong page - this is the MANCHESTER UNITED page.}


 

 

08 Aug 2018 21:59:01
Something I found strange today. There was a picture of a car with supposedly Pogba covered in a blanket going in through a side door for anonymity. Unless his latest hair colour had gone wrong and his stylist was waiting inside, do we really think it was Pogba covered by the blanket?

Red Man

1.) 08 Aug 2018 22:20:33
The big worry for me is if we have 2 players pogba and marital that want out after tomorrow what do we do with them. The main thing the team needs going forward is positivity.
Will there be bad vibes around between players and the manager.
Does he play them, drop them.
Whatever happens it will be a case of your dammed if you do and your dammed if you don't
One thing it will be interesting to see how it's managed.


2.) 08 Aug 2018 22:35:26
We manage them, this is Manchester United. Positivity should come from the top and we have had no leadership from the owners or Woodward. Now they have to show it. If they get Savic in tomorrow then sit and wait Barcelona out, play them how Liverpool did with Coutinho, make them sweat until the last day of the foreign window and extract the maximum. If we don’t get Savic in, then Pogba stays, end of.


3.) 09 Aug 2018 08:05:58
If the blanket was wet, it was either Pogba or Martial.


 

 

07 Aug 2018 22:26:33
SOS

Save our season, what do you realistically want on deadline day? After the Glazer/ Woodward induced wait to the last minute mess what could save it? What are your last minute deals that save the season and no there is no manager swap.
How about
1) Central defender Maguire, yes Alderweireld is probably better but deal with Spurs on Deadline Day? Really, I can see Levy rubbing his hands. Mourinho had Terry who was a leader and a rock, never the quickest. Maguire has that rugged element of Terry and is a potential leader on the pitch, something we lack, who do we have with long term potential to be the next captain? (Both Toby and Harry would be nice but the Glazers won't do that)
2) O Dembele, we need to find creation pace and goals and at the last minute he may be the best bet.
Cant see many moves but what an interesting day it would be If we did O Dembele plus cash for Pogba, buy Savic or Veratti and Maguire.

Red Man

{Ed004's Note - In an ideal world Alderwerield and Dembele in, keep Pogba and sell Martial, Darmian and Rojo/Jones abroad when domestic window shuts}


1.) 07 Aug 2018 22:57:14
Redman there are a few who think our squad is good enough to win the league and moan about people wanting new players i can't agree with them.

If pogba goes i'd like to see kroos or sms come in.

I don't think dembele was mentioned as a target but if martial goes too he would be a great replacement.

Toby or nobody at cb would be my choice. i'm not inspured by either boetang mina or harry.

I still think a lb is a real necessity and hope dalot does enough to claim the rb spot before xmas.

To answer your question best possible outcome for fri is
Pogba and jose kiss and makeup
Toby signs
Sandro signs
And wildcard rebic signs.
Rash or martial claim the rw spot and work hard to succeed there.


2.) 07 Aug 2018 23:11:24
The lb portion if we don't get anybody give Mitchell a run of games he looked very good on loan till his injury.


3.) 08 Aug 2018 00:11:05
Red man

Agree with 99% of that apart from i saying toby is probably better than toby. Maguire is absokutely nowhere near the level of toby, worlds apart. If we xant get toby then IMO i'd rather sign nobody than maguire (for the moment, who knows in 2 or 3 seasons maguire may be the player we all want)


4.) 08 Aug 2018 00:21:29
*. i mean to say i don't agree with u saying toby is probably better than maguire. he's wrlds better than maguire.


5.) 07 Aug 2018 23:40:56
Position stupid phone.


6.) 08 Aug 2018 07:21:22
Pogba + Cash for Pjanic and Alex Sandro

Martial for Pulisic

Buy Alderweireld

Sell Darmian and 2 of Rojo/ Smalling/ Jones.

De Gea
Valencia Bailly Alderweireld Sandro
Fred Matic Pjanic
Pulisic Lukaku Alexis

Not bad at all imo.


7.) 08 Aug 2018 07:34:27
RedMan. For me, shipping out the deadwood and the players who don't want to be here would have been the most important. shaw, jones, darmian, Rojo, martial and Pogba. If that was to happen, then would be nice to have
Modric, savic, mcguire or toby or both and pulisic.
But we might get one and i think that'll be Toby.


 

 

 

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08 Aug 2018 21:04:25
Shappy

The Captain of any ship would only take the boat in the direction set by the owners of the ship. We should look above the manager and judge what direction the ship is being directed in. Looks like a trip round the Baltic rather than a luxury Caribbean cruise.

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24 Jul 2018 08:27:36
Shappy

Incorrect, yet again. I wanted Jose to replace SAF because it needed someone with stature. I wanted Klopp to replace Moyes and then wanted Pep to replace LvG. It was all written on here, only when Pep declared for City did I suggest Jose. If you get that so wrong when I have repeated it many times what else do you get wrong?

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24 Jul 2018 07:42:54
Shappy

One point I can tell you from your post is very wrong, I am not a Jose “fanboy”, and I have posted who I wanted as manager many times, but why let the truth get in the way of your anti Jose position. When Bailly was playing well Jose got no credit and it was a club decision to buy, now it’s his fault we spent money on him. Pep bought and sold and their club supported him, do we support our own in the same way? Apart from Matic do we really know how many were Jose first choice signings? He needed many positions changing but did he have the budget after years of underfunding? He may have approved some but that doesn’t mean they were his first choice. If you look back at our transfer activity the dip in buying started when the club changed owners, buoyed by the longevity of what was already there and SAF we kept going, the dip started when Ron left and years of underfunding has come home to roost. Looks like we are watching the same dance again this summer.

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24 Jul 2018 06:33:53
Jred

The problem? Fullback, centre half, right side attack to create and score goals, as a minimum.

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23 Jul 2018 21:17:56
W16wes

Do we really know how many were Mourinho’s first choice? We know he did not get Perisic. There is a pattern from when the owners arrived and now the club owners need to realise this isn’t a transition from SAF to a new manager but from United to a new dynasty, either City or Liverpool and they are letting it happen on their watch. I have banged on about a plan for years whilst watching City when they were dismissed as noisy. The owners need to have a plan and be decisive, now, right now.

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20 Aug 2018 22:08:16
I read it in Red Issue

My main point is where a DoF would report to and for me it should be direct to the board at the same level as Woodward which would put Football and Finance on the same level.

Red Man

{Ed002's Note - Sounds like speculation - if it is true, he is dead meat anyway.}


 

 

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20 Aug 2018 18:47:08
40 years ago Sexton had just taken over from the Doc. That was worse than this.

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19 Aug 2018 12:20:48
AAA

We earned what we spent.

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19 Aug 2018 09:02:54
Stevie

Moyes took us to 7th and that deserved criticism plus he could have had everyone behind him but it would have made no difference whatsoever, he wasn’t good enough by some distance.

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18 Aug 2018 20:05:53
No Jred
It is the negativity that Scholes has brought to his punditry and it adds a problem to our club at a time when it doesn’t need it. It isn't one comment but his general attitude and slant.

Red Man