14 Mar 2018 09:40:54
Morning. If I was being cynical, I would think Jose almost sabotaged that game last night to prove a point to encourage more money to be spent in the summer. I know it sounds ridiculous I cannot fathom why he would switch Rashford to the right after Saturday, why he would drop McTominay for Fellaini, why he cannot see the player who has got us ticking over Palace and Liverpool in Juan Mata was dropped, how he can stick with Sanchez after a dozen games of under performing. His comments before about the team not being ready to win the cup and his comments after are very disturbing. The Liverpool win should have been the spring board for us to the end of the season and we have taken a massive step backwards.

Feel sorry for the players like Lukaku, Lingard, Martial, Rashford, Mata, even Pogba who all like to attack and almost being restricted!

So the question is without overreacting, IF mourinho was to go (don't believe he will, unsure now whether I think he should or not now though) who would you get in to replace him that will get United playing with an attacking attitude? Would Zidane be worth a shout? Struggling at moment at Real Madrid but he's got the cv to support his case?

1.) 14 Mar 2018
14 Mar 2018 10:02:19
Poch if possible. Else, stick with jose.

2.) 14 Mar 2018
14 Mar 2018 10:18:37
Ryan Giggs as it should of been years ago. At least we still be Manchester United and not Moneychester United. We have become just become another club like everyone else.

3.) 14 Mar 2018
14 Mar 2018 10:28:14
Poch, Giggs or jardim/ Tuchel. Need youth, attack minded and up and coming manager.

4.) 14 Mar 2018
14 Mar 2018 12:06:17
Not the biggest fan, but I think Tuchel might be a great fit.
He wanted too much power at Dortmund and wants to manage every single aspect.
Most clubs have a problem with such manager power, but We are actually always run like that.
So might be a great fit.

Plays possession based attacking football and the team should be a lot easier on the eye then His predecessors’ teams.

And he is known for promoting youth and not really looking for the big names, but rather for certain qualities when recruiting.

5.) 14 Mar 2018
14 Mar 2018 12:51:23
Agreed Jonny. If the reports are to be believed then Tuchel is first choice for Bayern. Dortmund played great football under him and although it turned sour, it was mainly due to the power struggle with the board. I read somewhere that his tactical expectations and knowledges instils and expects of his players are close with pep.

We’ve tried the old school managers. We’ve tried appointing on reputation. We’ve tried hiring on experience. It’s time we made a daring appointment and hired a young, forward thinking manager who wants to play. Is that too much to ask?