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03 Dec 2019 11:39:31
I really have had enough now. I don't post a great deal any more but I want to post this.

As much as I love Ole he is making the same excuses week in week out. Defends picking Pereira every week without fail because he's improving - is he? Is he a young boy still at 24 whose played all over Europe? Are the boys getting closer to winning? Shouldn't they be winning?! We are Manchester United but it seems we have more in common with Burnley than our historic rivals.

22 points behind Liverpool after 14 games is a joke. Top 4 is as good as gone and it's the first week of December.

The message seems to be there's no pressure on Ole? Why not! Arsenal have sacked a manager with a 49% win record and are above us in the league. Ole is down at 27% wins and will find himself in the bottom 3 after loses to Spurs and City.

Surely, surely we can do better than this?

Poch is available now - please, please do the right thing and bring him in before he is taken away from us like Klopp and Pep were.

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03 Dec 2019 12:30:31
Fresh, the message from ole is we are happy, we are 22 points adrift but we're happy, 2 points from 2 promoted teams but we're happy,
Tony martial might not look it but he is happy, and Ed Woodward have you seen his bank account he is happy, the United fans they are happy cause I am happy, well except for Jamie from the United page he isn't one bit happy,
The football is rubbish but we're happy, kind regards big love from ole.

03 Dec 2019 13:08:31
😂😂 good post leahy.
We really need to stuff spurs tomorrow.

03 Dec 2019 13:13:33
For me it’s rotten from top to bottom:

Outdated and delapidated facilities
Outdated academy
Overpaid average players here for a pay cheque
A inexperienced coaching team led by journey man
A manager completely out of his depth
A transfer team that has learned nothing over the last 6 years
And at the top an executive vc who is completely unfit for his role

Year after year the club has resisted meaningful change, and us fans have aided this by allowing them pin the blame on individual managers. When Ole was given the permanent job I said that this was more evidence that the club has zero intention of investing the time, money and energy needed to get us back to challenging for titles. They have resisted reform for so long that we are now a midtable level side, at best.

03 Dec 2019 15:09:23
Spot on Danny exactly what I’ve been saying for years. The club is rotten from top to bottom but the clowns who make the decisions ain’t going anywhere anytime soon.

03 Dec 2019 15:31:58
Like yourself Fresh, I don't post very often. I've tried my hardest (debating hard with RedMan in the early days) to stay faithful to Ole, to be optimistic in the face of his tactical naivety - but yes, this is beyond ridiculous. Our inability to compete effectively and ruthlessly against mediocre teams is sufficient evidence that Ole is out of his depth. In fact, he shouldn't be allowed in the pool.

I'm also afraid (for Ole, as I have huge respect for his values and desire to make the club great again) that Ole is walking a frayed tightrope at the moment. Frayed because it's dependent upon the football management based incompetence of Ed Woodward. Woodward has engineered a situation, whereupon isolating one of the best managers in the game (Jose) through an alleged transfer policy, that in order to save his own face he now has to resolutely show how commanding and strategic he can be by giving his full support to arguably the worst manager we have had since Dave Sexton. Even Moyes had more pedigree, however we would not have won the league under Moyes were he still there.

One final point, I'm sick to death of the anti-Poch line of 'what has he won? '. Really? In this country, he rejuvenated Southampton and Spurs (neither perennial winners) whilst taking Spurs to a Champions League final, which we will never know, but robbed of one of the best strikers in Europe he may have won. Regardless, that is a resume that contrasts very well against Ole's. If we wait too much longer we will be in a position where Leicester will seem more attractive once Rogers (who I would take in a heartbeat) leaves for Arsenal.

Sad times, but the game of football is an evolution, and our time will come again.

03 Dec 2019 16:16:27
Top post BadRedDevil.

03 Dec 2019 17:33:04
Nothing but a Spurs win tomorrow i'm afraid . They are a different force now and Dele Ali looks like the player we hoped Pogba was. 🤣🤣.





 

 

 
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