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20 Jan 2024 18:31:18
Hi Ed002,
What is your view on Omar Berrada as the potential new CEO for United?

{Ed002's Note - I don’t know him but he his largely an administrator who has done well at the City Football Group working with the footballing structure. I doubt his impact will be something the fans need to concern themselves with.}

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21 Jan 2024 06:25:45
I would think the DOF announcement will be coming shortly and that should the main piece of the puzzle or even maybe a couple of announcements depending how they will structure things.

Its positive to see us moving at this pace for a change and not ponder for months.

21 Jan 2024 08:35:55
Looking likely that, after ratification, Paul Mitchell be announced, though be interesting in what role: Director of Football (with a Director of recruitment under him like Dougie Freeman) or as DoRecruitment working with with a DoF like Dan Ashworth: if so, be interesting to gauge how two very capable, established people like these will be positioned and work together.

Just really excited that United finally getting a professional structure aimed towards football success.

They’ve started with the very top, now will work their way downwards, employing best in class. This is what they did at City to create their ongoing success.

Also, looks like Glazers accepting all these changes as they recognise the dire state of the club and need help improving it (though does make you wonder why they let things get so bad before being forced into the strategic review and their abilities as competent business owners)

21 Jan 2024 16:20:18
Personally I think every appointment at the moment will have a big impact on the supporters.

The person at the top is responsible for setting the tone and agenda for putting us back on track. Make the wrong appointment and we see more of the same, the right appointment and hopefully we can see both improvements on and off the pitch.

21 Jan 2024 17:56:41
Rat getting off sinking ship vibes.

21 Jan 2024 18:38:35
Not sure about that Danny: from what I’ve read, he really likes to challenge himself by constantly moving out of his comfort zone to master something, then either being promoted for his excellent work, or moving on.

What better challenge could he get - and promotion, which will no doubt be well paid - than to revive an ailing behemoth like United, possibly the best supported club in the world?

21 Jan 2024 20:07:07
Man City sinking ship? ???.

22 Jan 2024 12:07:21
Agreed ed002.

However, to fans, it looks as though that they are being proactive 8n appointing the right people in different positions which should only benefit the club on the pitch (where our main concerns lie) .

24 Jan 2024 04:09:34
Just happy he's not a Glazer banker.



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