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29 Apr 2022 18:09:18
Matt Judge resigns, changes are definitely happening at United. Who is driving this, Arnold or is this coming from the Glazer's.

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29 Apr 2022 18:32:09
You have to point towards Arnold, he looks like he is making football decisions with football people. Interesting if this opens up role for Paul Mitchell.

29 Apr 2022 18:47:00
Who ever it is i think its been a long time coming dare i say the club are getting eith the times?

Personally i think ralf has had a lot to do with it,

Woodward and judge gone, the scouting people have left, ten hag appoibted and ralf in his role,

Dare i say mitchell to replace judge?

29 Apr 2022 19:09:03
He resigned it came from him.

29 Apr 2022 19:15:44
Yeah but why did he resign FZZ these people haven't just resigned for the fun of it, there is a reason.

29 Apr 2022 19:19:55
I think this is part of the whole reset which is needed. The glazers know that to protect their finances and the clubs value they need to make wholesale changes. I honestly think bringing in ragnick has put the cat amongst the pigeons and will benefit us massively moving forward.

{Ed002's Note - No, you don't understand.}

29 Apr 2022 19:28:51
Maybe because woodward left. He was considered his right hand man and was seen leaving games together. (Hand in hand apparently) .

29 Apr 2022 19:51:17
Whatever the reason, amateurs leaving can only be a good sign of things to come.

29 Apr 2022 20:09:15
Just because Judge has left, doesn't mean anything has really changed. The club could easily appoint another internal employee to take over judge.

All this means is that people are likely reading into something that isn't there.

29 Apr 2022 20:07:22
Hi ed02 can you explain please, maybe I read the wrong thing into this.

{Ed002's Note - These people are leaving by their own choice.}

29 Apr 2022 20:42:13
Hi ed002,

Thanks for your insight.
You say Judge, Bout and Lawlor all left on their own free will and weren’t pushed out. Is there a specific reason all those people are leaving now?
Or is it coincidence?
Or are they all being poached be Newcastle etc.?

Thanks again for your insight and have a nice weekend.

{Ed002's Note - I don’t see any benefit for getting in to all of this.}

29 Apr 2022 21:15:05
How these people keep getting jobs is beyond me. Earning vast sums for being totally inept
Everybody who was involved in the Maguire transfer should be nowhere near football.

29 Apr 2022 20:51:02
Can only be a good thing if these amatures are leaving by them self

If they are replaced with people that are fit for purpose.

29 Apr 2022 21:39:18
Whether he resigned out of choice because he wants or has a different job, or because he saw the writing on the wall, or he just didn't like the way things were headed, or he was given a bit of a nudge, it matters neither here nor there. He's gone. And since he and Woodward presided over what must have been the worst ever transfer period that Man Utd have ever gone through, none of us fans will be mourning the loss. I cannot see how his departure will adversely affect the club's future in any way whatsoever.

29 Apr 2022 23:00:00
This is interesting as Ed said a while ago that Ten Hag would fail under the current structure at United but we know he’s a good coach when given the right tools, now it looks like that structure may be simplified with football men in football jobs, for me that can only be a good thing, however they have left.

30 Apr 2022 00:32:31
Agreed Shawthing. We need Phelan and fletcher to leave to cut out the old gang out of being involved in the club. I think they're fergie's little spies in the camp. We need to get them all out.

30 Apr 2022 07:14:46
Something positive is happening if another man whose not fit for purpose is leaving! Fantastic news!

30 Apr 2022 08:30:01
Happens in all organisations. Natural cycle of movement - time for some new blood on and off the pitch.

30 Apr 2022 10:45:13
Fergie even said the other day that there needs to be someone to retake control of the dressing room. i'm not sure they are spies as such but even he can see everything is out of control.

30 Apr 2022 14:52:07
I read a lot people class ex players/ staff as spies for fergie. What benefit would fergie have with spies? It's not like he's looking at coming back as manager.

30 Apr 2022 16:15:22
Didn't rr say new strategies need to happen recruiting new players.

30 Apr 2022 17:22:40
They report findings and Fergie exercises influence. That's what they do. And therefore the manager in charge, is never actually allowed to be in charge. And before you know it, there's unrest in the camp.

30 Apr 2022 17:40:32
Why would Fergie keep wanting that over and over and especially to his friend Ole?

{Ed014's Note - there’s a conspiracy page for all this stuff ?‍♂️

30 Apr 2022 17:51:23
Utter nonsense.

30 Apr 2022 19:39:03
A lot of nonsense being posted by people who have zero understanding of things. Fergie has nothing to do with how sh. t we are. Plain and simple poor strategy, poor transfers, poor players. No conspiracy here, just inept management. Shahram.



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