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03 Dec 2019 17:54:43
Forget the mess at the top for minute.
Look at the cold, hard facts.
Those facts are the results he has achieved. Regardless of what the state of our current squad is, we should not be losing or drawing at home to the likes of Crystal Palace and Aston Villa. Tactically he’s been out thought in most matches also. He has no credentials for a job this size. I actually think any of the managers currently in a relegation fight can do a better job. The two managers who have been sacked recently at Arsenal and Spurs can do a better job. The decision makers need to accept their mistake and bring in a manager who has proper experience managing in a top league. My preference is Pochettino but my worry is that the sacking is still fresh and that the summer would be a better time to take over. Ed002 has also mentioned that he has his eyes on Spain. Either way, a decision needs to be made.
Ole must be judged as a manager, not as an ex player of the club.
If a top manager can be hired, the board must rectify the structure immediately. Using these advisors has taken us from title challengers to a mid table team. Stick with the plan to get in a director of football.

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03 Dec 2019 18:08:35
Couldn't agree more I really couldn't. I'm sure the rose coloured glasses brigade will disagree but the performances are becoming painful too watch. I can't believe I'm saying this but I've actually found myself being thankful at halftime if we haven't conceded a goal.

I don't blame Oly completely he's had his issues with players but for me he's tactically totally inept.

03 Dec 2019 18:51:53
I had friends who support other clubs messaging me during the Sheffield United and Villa games when we were leading and my first response was “This will end in a draw”. It’s sad to say that but that is how I feel as fan. Do we blame the players who are constantly letting leads slip away, or do we look at the manager as to why the team can’t remain organised, not concede a goal and walk away with 3 points? Due to the repetitive pattern of not getting the 3 points, we must look to the manager and coaching staff. We should have more points than we currently have.

03 Dec 2019 19:14:19
Franks an ex player of the club he manages. Can’t sign players. And getting results. There’s more to the problems at old Trafford than meets the eye, ogs needs time like saf got.

03 Dec 2019 20:10:13
Frank Lampard done some good work with Derby and has been able to introduce good attacking football to Chelsea very quickly. He’s got youngsters like Mount and Abraham playing well in the premier league. He’s proving that he deserves to be given time.
Ole still has no clear style of play and keeps mentioning fast flowing attacking football. We’re nowhere near that. Not one player has improved under him.

03 Dec 2019 20:18:03
Maybe the cold hard facts are that the decision has been made. There sticking with ole there sticking to there plan and the fans have to like it or lump it.

03 Dec 2019 21:10:29
W16wes

Even if it meant relegation?

03 Dec 2019 21:55:57
That's what I don't get, it's OK saying we are sticking to the plan and backing ole, and that we will continue down the road we are on. But what if that road leads straight off a cliff? Surely it's madness to keep doing something that clearly isn't working.

03 Dec 2019 21:57:16
The fans have to like it or lump it?
They’ve never stuck with their “plan” when the last few managers were in charge.
Do you really think they’ll allow us to sit mid-table, possibly worse, after the next 2 games?
I think the majority of fans are calling it how it is.
Ole is unfortunately out of his depth.





 

 

 
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