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11 Jun 2024 22:29:53
Ten Hag staying, confirmed by Ornstein.

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12 Jun 2024 00:32:51
Not really news. "He's known for months"

12 Jun 2024 05:40:43
Ornstien or Ten Hag?

12 Jun 2024 06:30:04
Finally. Common sense prevails. To sack a manager who has won two trophies in very difficult conditions would’ve been scandalous and undeserved. Not to mention the fan base is very much behind him even before the cup final.

Reports that some of the decision makers believe that ETH has overachieved under the circumstances. I tend to agree. We have much bigger problems to sort out, starting with some of those in the dressing room who have been stinking the place out for too long.

The medical department needs to be looked at more forensically. ETH himself said he spoke to the club doctor more than anyone else last season.

There has been zero in the way of transfer strategy. We have less than 12 weeks to get new players in. If reports are true, bids have been going on for players for a week or two.

ETH has showed us that he’s a winner, and I was very moved by how he responded to criticism from the gutter media immediately after the FA Cup final. He came out swinging, it reminded me of the siege mentality the club had under SAF. Good on him, that’s my manager ?

On to next season, and it’s time for Ineos and the Glazers to back their man with the tools he needs to do his job. Take all the bs noise away from the manager, and give him the players he needs with the ability and mentality to play the right way.

Let’s go!

12 Jun 2024 06:33:12
Totally correct decision. Every other option out there was fairly terrifying.

It wouldn’t surprise me if we got and spend huge on a player in the next 10 days to appease dans and EtH himself, as INEOS realise they’ve royally screwed up this awfully public process.

12 Jun 2024 07:19:41
Screwed it up in what way? Please tell us the details if you know? Or are you basing that from what you've been reading/ hearing from the gutter press/ social bull crap media?
Why wouldn't they do a review after the very average season utd have had? Be pretty unprofessional if they didn't imo.
Im also glad they have stuck with eth, but I don't see any royal screw up.

12 Jun 2024 07:47:10
Well said Wazza. I'm delighted.

12 Jun 2024 08:24:01
Dare say ETH will agree to a new contract that focuses on him as a coach rather than a manager having to sort loads of extra stuff out.

Has probably also agreed to lose his veto on transfers also.

Hope review able to sort out cause of all injury problems last year also.

Guessing preferred options didn’t fancy the coach-focused role in new INEOS structure and wanted more power in decision making.

Can see us biding our time for Kieron McKenna now.

12 Jun 2024 08:54:04
There has been nothing messed up at all, you should know by now that everything you read in the media needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, one moron reported that Ten Hag was losing his job whatever happened and he is staying, so you know for sure you can ignore everything he says, that goes for most of them.

Good process, I’m not convinced they have come to the correct decision but the other options weren’t necessarily appealing either so I’ll back to the decision and the manager and let’s hope the board do too with correct and sensible transfers.

12 Jun 2024 08:54:45
I agree with Wazza, I think it's the right decision.

12 Jun 2024 10:01:51
Good post Wazza.

12 Jun 2024 13:08:30
I'm not ETH's biggest fan, but I have to agree that sacking him because of results would have been a terrible decision.

The results were not good enough this season, but taking into account the injuries we've had this season, they weren't bad enough to justify sacking the manager. The cup doesn't really factor into it for me.

14 Jun 2024 10:33:52
While I don't think the cup win should be a deciding factor it should be part of the consideration.

Lots of very talented managers don't have the ability to get their teams over the line. Having that ability to turn good performances in to silverware when it really matters is the skill that separates the good from the great.

In that respect EtH's two cups in two years with a struggling side that needs rebuilding is a great achievement.

Was there luck and good fortune along the way? Absolutely, but even the best need the occasional rub of the green to go their way.

You still need to be able to devise the right tactics, prepare the players physically and mentally, and you need to make sure they can get over the line.

No one can argue that beating Man City in the FA cup was down to us having better players or even dumb luck. It was the tactics, team selection, the game plan, and the changes made during the match. These are all down to the manager. He deserves credit for that.

It shouldn't be the main factor in whether he keeps his job. But it definitely counts for something.

Ole managed fairly well in the league, actually developed a style of play, and even got us to several finals. But he didn't have the ability to get us over the line.

We know EtH has the ability to do that. If we can give him the support he needs and allow him to focus on what he's best a then he will likely win more with us.





 

 

 
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