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25 Nov 2019 22:40:59
Ed was arguing in the stands with David gill and Mr Fergie.

There have been rumblings that there is a lot of the hierarchy at loggerheads over the solskjaer appointment.

Apparently it is Mr Ferguson keeping ole and Mike in there jobs and time is running out.

Ed has apparently recognized his mistake in appointing ole and wants to change the manager.

How reliable this info is I don't know but it is what I have been told.

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25 Nov 2019 22:46:29
The great man himself would struggle to get a tune out of this lot.

Ultimately wether Ed does recruitment or not he's the top boss and the one who's mismanagement has led to this.

26 Nov 2019 00:40:03
Sorry but I disagree Utd Road. I think Fergie in his prime would havs had no trouble making sure the current squad played with passion and commitment from the first whistle not just from the 70th minute and he would not consistently make mistakes like Ole did on Sunday by ceding midfield to the opposition. Secondly I am pretty sure he would have signed top midfielder in the past summer transfer window as this is our weakest area and has been for years.

26 Nov 2019 02:36:22
Salford, you do remember the years we went when Fergy decided not to buy a midfielder? He also played many mat he's with 2 in midfield against 3. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't.

26 Nov 2019 04:36:00
Yes Dodgy,
Scholes even had to come out of retirement to add numbers in midfield lol :)

26 Nov 2019 11:22:31
Were they actually arguing or is this yet another ploy from the media to stir things up again.

I doubt that those three would have an argument in public.

26 Nov 2019 11:25:08
Salford, it's Woodward's job to sign players, not Ole's, so the failure to sign a midfielder is on him.

SAF at his peak might have got better out of this squad, but SAF in his first 10 years at Utd wouldn't have done any better. SAF was given time and allowed to learn and grow, if we want to ever have another manager build that kind of long term success and legacy like SAF, we need to give managers time and support, not keep looking for instant results. More importantly, we need someone competant in charge of signings etc.

26 Nov 2019 12:04:37
the difference is fergie was already a top manager before coming to utd after what he achieved with aberdeen in scotland and europe.

26 Nov 2019 13:04:32
Ogs is not a very good football manager. His record proves that.

26 Nov 2019 16:10:27
OGS is beloved by United fans for his service as a PLAYER not a manager. People need to be realistic in the fact that OGS isn't the manager to take this club forward, his managerial experience wasn't there to begin with, he and the team had the new manager fever which brought great initial results but as soon as he was offered the job it went downhill.

I want OGS to succeed as much as anyone but its just not going to happen. The club will do nothing but regret getting Poch or Allegri whilst they're available. Give Poch the backing he deserves and he will flourish.

26 Nov 2019 18:06:00
How will he flourish? Questionable transfer record. Can't handle pressure. I don't think he's tactically that great compared to others.

26 Nov 2019 22:02:28
Guys yes Fergie had time to mould a team but he also had to build a new infrastructure from the academy right up. Ole has not had to do that. Rashford and Greenwood etc are part of Fwrgies legacy. The fact that Ole pucks young players from the Academy teams is also because of the influence Fergie had on him. Yes it is relatively early days to judge Ole but his managerial background doesn't bear comparison to Fwrgies. Yes it is Woodwards job to get the players the manager wants but it's Oles job to coach the players, hi e the team a definable shape and way of playing. It is Oles job not to wait until we are two down against Sheffield Utd who are not worldbeaters and then in desperation go all out attack and get lucky. Honestly which of the top four teams in the Premier leagues of England Spain Italy or Germany would take Ole of he was sacked. We all know the answer. Not one would. That tells you all you need to know.

27 Nov 2019 14:52:06

So when he does something right he gets lucky but when he does something wrong he’s useless? Am I right?

27 Nov 2019 23:05:24
No GDS it's not like that. As I said he gambled because he got the system we were playing wrong and got lucky. More importantly we should NEVER be two down and playing so poorly to a team like Sheffield Utd. That is largely due to his poor management.



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