When you look at their lineup it's just staggering how they have managed to be left with such a rotten squad of players. It's shear ineptitude from the board down.
Can they afford to wait until Christmas? I personally hope they do, but by that time they could really be adrift in mid-table, which would be really quite hilarious.You wonder if he is in the right frame of mind to take on another top level rebuilding job - he has had spurs punching above their weight for years but this is obviously his lowest ebb in that time.
I actually wouldn't be surprised to see Brenda being installed as fav if he keeps Leicester ticking along in the next couple of months. I don't think Man U will sack OGS until nearer Christmas but he may decide to walk away if results don't turn.
They waited until his 'new manager bounce' period was over, and results had started to turn and then announced him as manager. Every man and their dog knew then how it would go. If they had acted then they might have got a Conte or an Allegri instead.You know there’s no chance Solskjaer is turning this around, but then, most knew that last season too.
I think they are still paying Sanchez 200k a week and he's not there. Its incredibleLook at how badly they've got recruitment over the past 5 years, you've got Lingard and Rashford on 200-300k a week, Pogba on more than that, they had Sanchez on 300k a week. They're buying players at the wrong age for too much money.
They continue to get the management situation wrong, too much short term thinking which is setting in a massive rot to Manchester United and I for one, couldn't be happier. %^*& EM
Ferguson could deal with them but its unlikely any manager would get away with his methods today. The current man u typical "superstar" is on £200k-£300k a week and gives not one %^*& about what the manager says or does.I think in this day and age that Man Utd need someone who can deal with superstars
Just goes to show all clubs have their mentalists!Certainly came across as a Manchester United fan. Seemed to think that Lennon/Keane could replicate Ferguson/Brian Kidd and that the team needed someone in charge who they would fear when walking into the dressing room after a poor performance. Genuinely appeared to think Lennon/Keane were the ones to do that.
Ferguson left nearly 6 years ago after winning the league. They have had 4 managers in that time and spent hundreds of millions of pounds on recruitment so your analogy doesn't really add up. There must be a deep malaise within this club if managers the calibre of Van Gall and Mourinho can fail.I cannot for the life of me see where United go from here, guys on so much money but they don't give a feck, players getting paid way more than their talents merit, but the fundamental problem is Ferguson allowed a team to grow old together, giggs, Keane, ferdinando, Scholes, neville were going to be nigh on impossible to replace, any manager would struggle to compete with what was left.
What is with the hatred of Man Utd by so many? Genuinely curiousLove to see them struggling, long may it continue.