Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 38

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Man Utd will demand a £12m bonus from Newcastle if they stay up with Jesse Lingard in their ranks.
 

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The board at Man Utd have been so impressed with Ralf Rangnick’s start to life at Old Trafford that they have put their search for a new permanent manager on pause, according to reports.

However, The Sun are claiming that Man Utd ‘have put their hunt for a new boss on hold’ with Rangnick said to be ‘impressing’ the board at Old Trafford.

The Man Utd hierarchy have been most impressed that Rangnick has ‘steadied the ship against a troubled backdrop’ and they ‘are interested to see what he can achieve between now and the end of the season’.

The report suggests that Champions League qualification would ‘go a long way to securing him the United job on a permanent basis for the next two years’.

Rangnick has managed to ‘unite what was a divided camp’ and has ‘dealt well with some of the egos at the club with his public statements’.


Don't be surprised if Rangnick ends up as Man Utd manager if Man Utd gets into the top 4 place.
 
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Speaking on The Athletic’s Football Podcast (h/t Manchester Evening News), Adam Clayton claims that former Manchester United star Ander Herrera has turned down a move to Tottenham Hotspur.

A cult hero during his time at Old Trafford, the 32-year-old appears to value the relationship he has with the Red Devils. Clayton confirmed that Herrera is happy in Paris and would only return to English shores if it were to represent Manchester United, with the move being turned down apparently ‘out of respect’ for his former club.

The Spaniard was one of the players who understood what it meant to don the Man United jersey and never shied away from putting his body on the line for the team. It is heartening to see that he continues to hold his time at the Theatre of Dreams in high regard.

 

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And club legend Gary Neville has previously expressed his thoughts on Rangnick sticking around, saying he would not be against extending his stay like the Red Devils did with predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

"The one thing that surprised me in his press conference last week was when he mentioned staying on beyond the term, when it was quite clear he was going to take six months before a consultancy arrangement," Neville said on Sky Sports following the former RB Leipzig boss' appointment.

"Let's say there isn't anyone world class available who can lead the club over the next four years, and Ralf Rangnick has a good six months. I wouldn't be against him staying on for another season as a United fan."

"You might think if one becomes available for four years, who will be the right man for the project, maybe at that point he goes to that upstairs role and a manager comes in."

Following back-to-back Premier League wins, Rangnick's side sit in fourth place during the winter break and Neville believes the temporary boss has "more control" at Old Trafford after a "very good week."

"Tough games, games you would think United would win but with the way they've been playing you're not quite sure anymore," the ex-right-back said on his Sky Sports podcast.

"They rode their luck against Brentford and yesterday [last Saturday's 1-0 win against West Ham ] you saw something happening. I think Ralf Rangnick comes out of this week stronger than he started.

Following back-to-back Premier League wins, Rangnick's side sit in fourth place during the winter break and Neville believes the temporary boss has "more control" at Old Trafford after a "very good week."

"Tough games, games you would think United would win but with the way they've been playing you're not quite sure anymore," the ex-right-back said on his Sky Sports podcast.

"They rode their luck against Brentford and yesterday [last Saturday's 1-0 win against West Ham ] you saw something happening. I think Ralf Rangnick comes out of this week stronger than he started.

"I think people are backing him. I think he feels stronger and more in control than he was two weeks ago."

Rangnick himself shocked reporters at his first press conference as interim manager, which Neville alluded to, by admitting he could recommend himself for the role of permanent boss come the end of the season.


If the board really plan to back him they should sign 1 player for him during this transfer period to have a better chance for a top 4 place.
 

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Jury is still out for RR. He is quite old liao right? And how many major trophies has he won? In no time, the fans will be calling for his head, mai la mai la....
 

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United board goes for the cheap......after 3 years change manager again....just to please the fans base and they pocket all the money...
 

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Rangers are close to signing Manchester United winger Amad Diallo on loan until the end of the season.
 

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Solskjaer had a near-perfect interim period, and United made the mistake of hiring him permanently. It ultimately led to zero trophies.

United do not want to run the risk of doing this again, even though Rangnick seems to be a more experienced and knowledgeable manager.

Rangnick was an exciting appointment because he would be taking a consultancy role once the season finishes. The club temporarily appointed him whilst looking for a new manager rather than rushing into it was a surprise but a welcomed thought process.

United are crying out for more footballing knowledge within the club's hierarchy, and Rangnick could thoughtfully offer that. He knows how to run at the board level, as we've seen throughout his career.

If Rangnick stays as a manager, it'll be likely there still won't be any footballing representation on the United board, leaving the club in the same situation as it has been for so long. He needs to move to the consultancy role and contribute in that way which is required nearly as much as a new manager.

Several coaches out there would make for a great United manager. Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag are just two names that have been heavily linked with the permanent position at United, and either one of them would almost certainly bring silverware to the club. A partnership of either of these managers working day-to-day with Rangnick has the potential to be absolute dynamite.

 

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United has tended to let players run down their contracts or have been unable to sell them due to the excessive wages they pay and the money they want. Consequently, so many individuals have fallen victim to this tactic.

Paul Pogba, Phil Jones, Eric Bailly, Alexis Sanchez, Marcus Rojo and Sergio Romero all struggled/are struggling to depart from United for these reasons. It's a joke the way the club is run.

United haven't learned from their transfer window mistakes because if they had, they would let Lingard leave and see the offer from Newcastle as generous.

This type of mentality is why they haven't been successful in recent years, and if they continue negotiating in the way they do, they won't be successful for a while.


A very big mess in selling players & signing players.
 

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United scare Lingard go newcastle will whack our 4th spot la....

Oh wait... we in 4th and newcastle in relegation zone. :o
 

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The board at Man Utd have been so impressed with Ralf Rangnick’s start to life at Old Trafford that they have put their search for a new permanent manager on pause, according to reports.

However, The Sun are claiming that Man Utd ‘have put their hunt for a new boss on hold’ with Rangnick said to be ‘impressing’ the board at Old Trafford.

The Man Utd hierarchy have been most impressed that Rangnick has ‘steadied the ship against a troubled backdrop’ and they ‘are interested to see what he can achieve between now and the end of the season’.

The report suggests that Champions League qualification would ‘go a long way to securing him the United job on a permanent basis for the next two years’.

Rangnick has managed to ‘unite what was a divided camp’ and has ‘dealt well with some of the egos at the club with his public statements’.


Don't be surprised if Rangnick ends up as Man Utd manager if Man Utd gets into the top 4 place.
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SERIOUSLY?
 

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Sun got spy cam in the United boss house and office...how they know etc
 

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PSG are in contact with Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford as they seek a Kylian Mbappe replacement, and a report has claimed Rashford is ‘seduced’ by the move.
 

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we get chopped cos americunts are dumb, could have bought maguire way cheaper if they act on it earlier.



repeat of history. Ole MK II ??????????????
Because the owners & management know nothing about football. Now those signings they made in the past few yrs & unable to sell players are making them look like fools. Pogba already made them looked like fools.
 

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Because the owners & management know nothing about football. Now those signings they made in the past few yrs & unable to sell players are making them look like fools. Pogba already made them looked like fools.
Because americunts like Singaporeans chinese. Always talk about money money money and money.
 

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hire rangnick as perm manager then sack him after 3 seasons and utd go into transition again. every 3 seasons rebuilding.
 
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