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Old 28-08-2018, 01:13 PM   #2116
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well u r pro here i guess when you can analyse these things while other can't
we are fans here discussing our team in a manutd thread.
everyone have their own opinions on the way this club is going
I was referring to Ed in my earlier post when I said you know nuts about football, not directed to any fan. Fans always have rights to say things because fans pay money to support.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:19 PM   #2117
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I was referring to Ed in my earlier post when I said you know nuts about football, not directed to any fan. Fans always have rights to say things because fans pay money to support.
oh ok. all cool
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:20 PM   #2118
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if you choose to extend the manager's contract, at least have the decency to go out and back him.

the whole summer was a joke which certainly didn't help the morale which in turns hurts everything on the pitch.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:20 PM   #2119
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there are people who said the same about not getting Jose right after SAF left.
he came, he hasn't changed, and here we are now.
utd board biggest mistake is not getting
guardiola. should have offer 2 or 3 times what city is paying him.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:21 PM   #2120
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on hindsight, i think he probably didn't wanna deal with Ed
I'm glad we didn't get that ball-less fella to be our manager.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:23 PM   #2121
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Hahaha, who knows. But back then, it wasn't known yet that David Gill was leaving.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:24 PM   #2122
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utd board biggest mistake is not getting guardiola. should have offer 2 or 3 times what city is paying him.
actually zidane's managerial start similar to pep
straight away manage a top side and win alot of stuff

both got exhausted n took a break
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:24 PM   #2123
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sometimes i think even alan pardew would have got Real madrid quite far in the UCL with the team madrid had at that time lol.
I said Moyes and Asakura already said he won't go as far as that, but you went further!
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:26 PM   #2124
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Greysky probably meant that Alan Pardew would've gotten that team quite far away from the UCL with the team madrid had at that time lol.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:29 PM   #2125
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it is no coincidence that the whole club went downhill when the gaffer and the man in the board room left together.

changing just the manager doesnt exactly solved all the problem.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:31 PM   #2126
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Moyes can take them to the finals at least considering he managed to get to united to the quarter finals
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:38 PM   #2127
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ehh Gill's departure was announced first. before SAF
Hahaha, who knows. But back then, it wasn't known yet that David Gill was leaving.
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Old 28-08-2018, 01:38 PM   #2128
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if you choose to extend the manager's contract, at least have the decency to go out and back him.

the whole summer was a joke which certainly didn't help the morale which in turns hurts everything on the pitch.
This is precisely my point. We are not good enough, or else we wouldn't be 19 points away. You have to give it JM that we got 2nd with this squad. He knows the problem, and he wants to fix it, but he needs Ed to support him. Sure, we have spent a lot of money on players under him, and not all are good so far, but SAF had some disaster signings too. Signing new player is always heavily luck driven.

JM also said we are into a tough season and be prepared to see the bad result. He issued the warnings, but everyone said he is negative. Now he's proven correct; everyone crucifies him. He said he doesn't know the best back four because he knows more than anyone of us that the current CD cmi.

So he said what he needed, and when he didn't get what he needs, he warned what is coming. Now when the truth surface, he gets all the blame. WTF?

Also, if I am a top manager, I will not want to takeover JM now. Ed shows he is not someone will fully support the manager. Ever since SAF retires, managers are not the poison. Ed is the root cause of our downfall.
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ehh Gill's departure was announced first. before SAF
Oh you're right, my memory got them the other way around.
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This is precisely my point. We are not good enough, or else we wouldn't be 19 points away. You have to give it JM that we got 2nd with this squad. He knows the problem, and he wants to fix it, but he needs Ed to support him. Sure, we have spent a lot of money on players under him, and not all are good so far, but SAF had some disaster signings too. Signing new player is always heavily luck driven.

JM also said we are into a tough season and be prepared to see the bad result. He issued the warnings, but everyone said he is negative. Now he's proven correct; everyone crucifies him. He said he doesn't know the best back four because he knows more than anyone of us that the current CD cmi.

So he said what he needed, and when he didn't get what he needs, he warned what is coming. Now when the truth surface, he gets all the blame. WTF?

Also, if I am a top manager, I will not want to takeover JM now. Ed shows he is not someone will fully support the manager. Ever since SAF retires, managers are not the poison. Ed is the root cause of our downfall.
to sack ed means utd need to change owner. do you think that is possible.
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