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22 Nov 2015 21:29:43
Hi all, sorry if it's be covered recently but can't seem to find anything but can any of the eds see bale moving in the summer and if so would we most suited for the transfer thank you.

Big poppa red

{Ed002's Note - You should try the Real Madrid page.}


1.) 22 Nov 2015 23:26:35
Thank you.


2.) 23 Nov 2015 11:19:57
We all know RM are a pain in the butt to deal with, and they will prob want De Gea involved in ANY deal, plus Bale and Ronaldo are 26 and 30 respectively?

Personally wouldn't a deal for either Moura or Griezmann or for that matter Leroy Sane be a better proposal?

Just my opinion?

Thanks.


3.) 23 Nov 2015 12:20:35
i think bale would beza great signing.


4.) 23 Nov 2015 14:17:56
Whilst I've been a huge supporter of Domenico Berardi for the right wing/forward position his discipline record is terrible, to the point where it's putting me off him. Bale would be great but prefers the central role (I'd be happy with that personally) . For the right players we have been linked with and my thoughts;

Mane- ACON means you'd lose him to often
Anderson - huge talent but inconsistent
Berardi - massive talent, has been consistent but will be lost a lot due to suspension.
Anwar el Ghazi - excellent player showing consistency but young and from a slightly weaker league.
Leroy Sane - as above although assists more
Bernardo Silva - quite small but amazing dribbling, not a great goal return this season
Gabriel Barbosa - huge talent, could be very expensive, great technically and a good goal return from the right.

From that list I would go for Sane and Barbosa. Sane would be an excellent long term solution for the right and Barbosa can play accross the front 4 positions (11,7,10&9)


5.) 23 Nov 2015 14:31:53
Ronaldo's free kick in Jan 08 against Portsmouth was one of my favourite moments in football . I was behind the goal taking a photo of the free kick and have a great souvenir that is all mine . Would I like him back you bet your life on it . He is awesome, could he play for a lot more years at a high level easily he could . 30 is nothing for great players who haven't abused their bodies . Look at Giggs for proof of that .


6.) 23 Nov 2015 14:32:01
The refs in Italy are stricter though aren't they so unless he's constantly gobbing off then shouldn't be too much of an issue.


7.) 23 Nov 2015 15:25:19
Just to add a bit of reasoning as to why I suggest Sane and Barbosa.

Sane - of the list offeres the most defensive actions per game, offers the most dribbles per game, has an excellent shots per goal ratio. Has the most assists, has a 78.6% pass completion rate at 19 years old. his passing and key passes are on par with the others all of whom are older.

Barbosa- his future lies at 9 or 10. Had a great season on the right scored over a goal every other game. Likes to shoot doesn't give away the ball very often for an attacking player. Excellent striking and movement.


8.) 24 Nov 2015 11:31:38
I'm with Rewz - excellent combo! Although Berardi would be an easier purchase than Barbosa as he's already in Europe!

{Ed002's Note - Berardi effectively moved this past summer - with an option to return to Turin next summer - Manchester United has not shown any interest in him.

Santos have been in recent discussions with two sides about Gabriel - neither of which are Manchester United.}


 

 

11 Nov 2015 20:40:03
Probably a daft question but anything in the Jose rumours.

Big poppa red

1.) 11 Nov 2015 21:37:20
Id be very disappointed.


2.) 11 Nov 2015 22:16:57
Really mort, I'd like him to be honest think he would be a improvement, I don't think there's many better and I don't think he would think he's bigger than United as he does at chelski.


3.) 11 Nov 2015 22:41:46
I did want him at UTD a few years back but after his on/off field meltdowns this season I completely changed my mind.
There's arrogance then there's Mourinho.


4.) 12 Nov 2015 12:48:05
Don't want him, short term he's good, but after a few seasons it seems to go pear shaped. He just seems to rub people up the wrong way. Not what we want.


5.) 12 Nov 2015 13:16:53
Same reasons as Brendan.

He wins you stuff short term. But his footballs boring. He ignores youth.


6.) 12 Nov 2015 14:05:11
Good point people, who would everyone have if they had a choice?


7.) 12 Nov 2015 14:49:12
Pep and Ancelotti seem to be the most popular.


8.) 12 Nov 2015 15:24:12
Ancelotti
Pep.


9.) 12 Nov 2015 15:36:50
For another short term job ancelotti.

Long term. De Boer. Conte. Maybe.


10.) 12 Nov 2015 16:47:33
Long term for me would be Poch. Short term Ancelotti.


11.) 12 Nov 2015 17:36:55
Short term - Low.

Long Term - De Boer (who I think we should have tried to bring I with Louis)


12.) 12 Nov 2015 19:00:20
Cannot stand the guy, or his football. Used to dread Utd vs Chelsea, purely because his tactics were always the same, defend and counter. His style of football would be far duller than LVG's.


13.) 12 Nov 2015 19:50:50
No way Jose. Lol.

In the short term it would be hard to look beyond Ancelotti.

In the long term I'd consider Conte, De Boer, Cocu, Pochettino or Schmidt.


14.) 12 Nov 2015 20:16:59
I'd take Jose in a heartbeat. He's made for our club. If not him, I wanted Ancelotti before LVG hit the gig and see no reason why he shouldn't come in again and teach Giggs.


15.) 12 Nov 2015 21:30:00
I'd like pep my self got experience and still young, but I wouldn't say no to Jose atm I think we would play better I know we're not always awful but I'm so confident till we kick off then I feel were never going to score, I'm glad we are in this situation rather than the one saf left us in I mean who else really would of got us to this standard other than lvg, I personally don't believe anyone would of.


16.) 13 Nov 2015 11:01:13
Koeman or Poc, I really think Koeman could be a big success at a club with the right resources.


17.) 13 Nov 2015 13:50:46
Totally agree tot66 I think koeman will be managing one of the hyper clubs within 5 years.


18.) 13 Nov 2015 17:10:58
5 games in 5 years for academy players whilst at Chelsea. No way Jose!


19.) 14 Nov 2015 09:03:39
Pep defo his teams don't do boring .


20.) 15 Nov 2015 13:12:50
Jose is the anti united.


21.) 16 Nov 2015 10:42:47
I would have gone for Klopp, no contest, but obviously that's not an option now. If we are going to play possession football, Guardiola certainly seems to get a good balance between possession and attack, but I'd much rather we brought in an attack minded coach instead. I like Mourinho, but I don't like his football, and I wouldn't want him at Utd.


 

 

10 Sep 2015 16:31:52
Hi question to ed02 sorry if it's been asked tried the search function but couldn't see anything, just your opinion please do you think de gea will be at United come next season, I believe he might sign but just so he don't leave for free, do you have anything onit cheers

Big poppa red

{Ed002's Note - The issue will be money and Mendes will be looking for a decent sized fee to be paid to De Gea if he signs a new contract - noting that if he sees out his contract and becomes a free agent he will receive more than €16M on joining Real Madrid. Right now Madrid are far than happy with Mendes and Manchester United and they will certainly not be looking to sign De Gea in January. If Manchester United do meet the terms put to them by Mendes and De Gea does sign a new contract, then I would expect him to still be at the club next season. If he still has the desire to move on, then signing a new contract is not in his best interests.}


1.) 10 Sep 2015 18:37:17
Thank a lot for that


2.) 11 Sep 2015 17:36:25
Thanks for the insight Ed002.

Do you have info on possible clauses relating to Madrid making an offer for him next summer and United accepting it if it is above a certain threshold? Basically, a Madrid specific buyout?

{Ed002's Note - Of course there won't be - he is simply another player signing a new contract.}


3.) 11 Sep 2015 18:58:10
So how much will he take home after tax? Did he get a nice signing on bonus? Did his gf get a nice pair of shoes to help ease the disappointment?


4.) 12 Sep 2015 11:07:47
Hi Ed002, if you get a few minutes, can you explain a little about De Gea's new contract and what it might mean for his future? I know contracts are complex but if you could dumb it down for me I'd be very grateful. No worries if not. Thanks

{Ed002's Note - It is no different than the contract of any other player - there is no protection from another club looking to buy him, in the same way that all clubs buy players. Manchester United will have paid a considerable amount of money to him in order to have him sign a new deal. So going forward the win situation for the club is that he won't leave as a free agent next summer, and they have use of him. The win situation for the player is the money. The win situation for Mendes is that he could potentially be used by Manchester United in some capacity moving forward - as the relationship between him and Madrid is not great right now.}


5.) 12 Sep 2015 11:50:00
Thanks, Ed002. Much appreciated

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}


 

 

01 Sep 2015 21:05:39
Sorry if this has been asked ed002 but could you tell me if we was in for anyone this week that didn't quite make it over the finish line cheers

Big poppa red

{Ed002's Note - Yes - last Thursday in Monaco MU put in an unacceptable bid for Felipe Anderson that they expected to be accepted. Subsequently Wolfsburg put in an unacceptable bid as well. It was screwing around - and could have been completed.}


1.) 01 Sep 2015 22:19:01
Oh wow that would of been great would he of been aswel as martial or one or the other, thanks a lot great to have you back btw

{Ed002's Note - Unrelated.}


2.) 01 Sep 2015 22:33:21
Cheers

{Ed004's Note - GCU that is who I was hinting at}


3.) 01 Sep 2015 23:00:13
Wow thanks 002, sounds like the club tried to sign a right winger after all (Pedro and Felipe Anderson).


4.) 01 Sep 2015 22:59:29
I did wonder on the Arsenal page if it was us. I think when ED002 mention an unnamed English club had made a bid.
ED004 what are your thoughts on this seasons transfer window? Good bad indifferent?

{Ed004's Note - a bit indifferent. I think the incomings have been very good and after yesterday/start of the season would nearly class De Gea as a new signing. Darmian is probably the best for value as he's been fantastic, a fit Shaw is also like a new signing. Schneiderlin and Schweinstieger are massive improvements while we have signed two fantastic young attackers. Although we didn't sign all the positions we wanted to as I think we are still a left centre back short. Also, I think we have sold/let go of too many attacking options. Part of me is delighted Di Maria is gone but he just seems the ideal right winger that we are crying out for and I would've loved to see him have another go at adapting or we should've kept Januzaj and tried him out wide right}


5.) 02 Sep 2015 16:58:34
Ed004

I do not remember Anderson on that list, Lazio like Monaco would have sold since they missed the CL. I never said he was unattainable. But some of the other names being mentioned were pipe dreams in my view.

{Ed004's Note - I was hinting at in in our posts. He didn't play for Lazio on Sunday night was an unused sub. A player who didn't play for a big club and quick}


 

 

25 Aug 2015 08:19:16
Morning all, can any of the eds confirm what all this paper talk about Neymar is, isit just paper talk or there anything in it they seem to be hanging onto to it cheers

Big poppa red

{Ed001's Note - paper nonsense.}


1.) 25 Aug 2015 08:39:58
Cheers mate such a shame tho I didn't really except any difference, if you had a guess who would you say we might get if anyone

{Ed001's Note - if I had to guess, I would say jumping in ahead of Spurs for Berahino is probably the most likely now.}


2.) 25 Aug 2015 09:52:22
Id be happy with that bit of pace and can finish cheers bud


3.) 25 Aug 2015 12:06:53
He would be a terrible signing jumped up little twit has half a good season then thinks he is messi demanding a move terrible attitude and a bad agent we should steer well clear


4.) 25 Aug 2015 13:27:50
If it is just paper talk, maybe the club should come out and say something because once again, we're being made to look like a bunch of clueless mugs.


5.) 25 Aug 2015 13:29:31
Rojo refused to train and went on strike to force through a move to us. guessing you don't like him either. and Berahino didn't demand a move he requested a transfer. lots of players do it


6.) 25 Aug 2015 17:15:20
Apparently Stones has handed in transfer request to Everton. Don't know if we have shown any interest at all , One for our long term future , 30 million and rising if a bidding war starts . Maybe worth a punt .


 

 

 

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31 Jan 2016 04:15:45
Had to post this as it made me laugh, we sure do have some plastic fans, on Facebook there's a comment that sir Matt busby made, and a comment saying " well said that guy" lol if you don't no busby you don't no United.

Big poppa red

1.) 31 Jan 2016 10:27:05
If you don't know Matt Busby you don't know football.


2.) 31 Jan 2016 19:02:01
Who's Busby? And why does he have anything to do with United?


 

 

19 Jan 2016 20:58:07
Evening all, does anyone think we're going to sign anyone this window, I personally highly doubt it as it would of probably be done, any of the eds have any insight on anyone that's possible cheers.

Big poppa red

 

 

07 Jan 2016 22:26:01
A question for the eds please, do you have any information on how our rebuild is based on, just in the context of keeping van gaal and not gambling on trying to go for pep, isit just as simple as they think lvg is the right one to rebuild, I'm just a little confused with all the goings on atm any input would be much obliged thank you.

Big poppa red

{Ed002's Note - Sorry - the question needs to be clearer.}


1.) 08 Jan 2016 08:46:58
I think Big poppa is trying to ask how sure is the club about the current plan? And what are the chances of them deciding to reshuffle and bring in a new manager and new plan to rebuild.


2.) 08 Jan 2016 10:39:17
I'm not sure how anyone but a United board memeber could possibly answer that.

Atm they are sticking to the original plan, they may well he working on some kind of plan B. But very few people would be aware of that or what that was.

As for the odds of them sticking or twisting, well your best going to a betting site if you want odds.

And the time frame is even more impossible to work out without detailed inside knowledge. On top of that 10 weeks ago there seemed to be not even a glimmer of doubt, so things can change quickly.

We will know what is happening a boardroom level when they annonuce something, and not before.

And ask yourself this, what would knowing bring you? You can't change the mind of the people who run the club and will have very little to no influence on what happens at that level within our club.

Its like knowing that the world will end tomorrow at 3pm. You can't stop it, and it will only bring you upset and torment until it happens. Sometimes your better off not knowing.


3.) 08 Jan 2016 11:16:01
Shaps I was sure you were on the board lol 😜.


4.) 08 Jan 2016 11:31:22
Angelred, reread my last paragraph. Then think on it. Lol.


5.) 08 Jan 2016 12:09:46
Haha noted shappy lol.


6.) 08 Jan 2016 12:14:58
Shappy you say "And ask yourself this, what would knowing bring you? You can't change the mind of the people who run the club and will have very little to no influence on what happens at that level within our club. "

However Ed002 has frequently been critical of the "veggie" fans that are seemingly having a major effect on the big decisions being made at the club with their quest to have LVG ousted. Apparently fan pressure counts for something whether they are so called "good" or "bad" fans.


7.) 08 Jan 2016 14:02:31
I agree with shappy. I said in a post yesterday. People that have had their homes flooded or that have terminally ill children or relatives should be worried football fans should not worry about what goes on at the club. Yes maybe have a concern but don't worry is not good for you Honestly.
You have no control not do you have any idea of what's going on behind the scenes, and I would say most of us are not qualified or experienced enough to do the jobs that lvg and Woodward do so as ed would say a lot of the time most of us on here are coming from a position of complete ignorance. In any other walk of life you ( that's all of us nobody in particular) would be laughed at and dismissed as an empty vessel making much noise. I'm sure you could all to a better job than the David Cameron too. Or the head of tesco or the head of the bank of England. I'd say walk a mile in their shoes these jobs are not easy and it's always easy to be hyper critical when looking in from the outside.


8.) 08 Jan 2016 18:53:04
Beast, one fan has no power. But when a stadium full start chanting or fans start to switch off and not watch the club then obviously something will have to be done.

Thats the same in every walk of life, one person has very little influence but when everyone joins together then there is weight behind them. Its why we have unions and why mass protest has an effect.

The problem comes when the people who club together to force change have very little undetstanding of what is going on and the realities their changes will have.

Fans not being happy with the manager is fine, but fans forcing a change everytime they are unhappy or they think the grass maybe greener will only lead to the club having no stability, rudderless and listing in every direction. No club can have sustained success if run in this way. In fact it would likely end with the club folding.

We have to accept that while we have an opinion and are entitled to have one, that we may and probably don't know what is best for our club going forward. Therefore we probably shouldn't try forcing our opinions and forcing change on our club.

Many Arsenal fans have wanted Wenger gone for many years, its currently been 11 years since their last title. But look where the club are now? If they kept chopping and changing every time the fans wanted a new manager then there is every chance that the club would be stuck in midtable by now.

As fans our job is to support the club and not run it.


9.) 08 Jan 2016 19:36:40
If arsenal had of gotten rid of wenger years ago, Arsenal would not be near the top 4 let alone challenging. In my opinion he performed nothing short of miracles at that club.


10.) 08 Jan 2016 19:37:07
Great post shappy best common sense post I've read on here for some time.


11.) 08 Jan 2016 19:43:21
Sorry for confusing people and eds, I'm not worried at all just a fan with a question, just baffels me how if we had the chance no saying we do but if we did how would that effect the plan, and my main question is without trying to confuse everyone is what is the plan do we have any ideas why a certain manager is the one for this plan when all he seems to be doing is stiring up conflict and poor results, I know people blame di Maria for leaving I for 1 but would it of been the case under Ferguson?


12.) 08 Jan 2016 22:15:27
I don't want to get into a disagreement but I feel I don't agree, there's all this talk about how good wengers been? Why top four is the best it's been, they've won naff all in 11 years, they look a decent side atm but nothing I'd get too overwhelmed with, if this is there best in a poor league then I'd like to say there not good enough when all the other sides are at there best, how on earth could you predict were they would be without wenger, Chelsea n city have had no end of change an both won the league whilst Arsenal won nothing, I get the point but bigging up the gunners when they have a decent season makes no sense, can we not say the same for Leicester as they seem the best in the league to me.


13.) 08 Jan 2016 22:44:54
Big poppa, it's impossible to say what they would have won if he wad gone. However he had kept the club very competitive on a very tight buffet while they built a super new stadium and the club is note ina fantastic financial position. Attracting some top players and playing nice stuff. He had been an unbelievable manager for that club and steered them through very choppy waters with style. He had turned ordinary players into great players and is not only a legend at arsenal but he is an epl legend. I have a great deal of respect for him as a coach, manager and as a person. Yes he can be grumpy and a bad loser but he seems to have good ethics and morals there are not many people that could have done the job he has at arsenal imo.


14.) 08 Jan 2016 23:06:52
Yes I agree Ken with some of that but does that make him great, David moyes at Everton did a good consistent job with them, he left now for me Everton look a better side they haven't won anything but are they expected to like Arsenal are, footballs all about being the best fans want titles along with good football, there's no point playing like Barcelona if your not getting the profits, I'd take a title in anyway or form.


15.) 09 Jan 2016 00:25:27
Imo he is a great and without him arsenal would not be where they are today. Everton may look a better side but they are not achieving the final position in the table that they were under DM so the fact is they are not a better side. RM will never finish 4th under RM imo
Also moyes had to sell his best player every year RM had had the luxury of keeping his do far but I don't think that will last too long.


16.) 09 Jan 2016 08:36:51
Extolling the virtues of Wenger and stability? If we go 11 years without winning the league would you feel that was acceptable?

I see some feel that chopping and changing meant there was every chance Arsenal would be mid table. Actually chopping and changing didn't do Chelsea much harm when winning titles, so conversely there is every chance that by changing managers Arsenal would have won titles.

This idea that stability of manager is all important is a nice ideal, nice comfy slippers, but for me longevity must be earned by success and Wenger hasn't won the league for too long.

I don't understand why anyone would want that for United, stability for stability sake, titles are what matters and we had 26 years to understand that.


17.) 09 Jan 2016 09:01:43
My word red man. I've read all the posts above and I don't see where anyone did they would want stability over success for United all this worry you go through is making you see things that are not there.
A bit like you keep saying it's the plan for giggs to follow lvg it just isn't true.

{Ed001's Note - it is the plan ken, that was the initial plan when LvG came in, was him to work his contract and mentor Giggs to take over. That was plan A. It was one of the reasons LvG was keen on the job, as it appealed to his vanity to teach his successor. Possibly so he could then try and claim the credit for future success too, like he has bizarrely done with Barca and Bayern.}


18.) 09 Jan 2016 09:19:58
Ed002 has said otherwise on several ovations therein lies the confusion.

{Ed001's Note - he is getting different info from me, from different people. In that case I defer to his information, as it may simply be that Giggs had been led to believe that to keep him involved when he was considering heading out to take another job? I do know LvG is certainly of the belief he is mentoring Giggs to take over when his contract ends as well. They are not the ones taking the decisions though, so maybe they are being misled or it is just a plan they set in motion on the playing side, while the rest of the club works on something else? It is no wonder the club is not performing as it should, as it seems like the plan is unclear and different parts of the club are moving in opposite directions! This is exactly what went wrong at Liverpool, the playing side thought the plan was one thing, and worked towards. The board were working on a completely different plan and working towards that. It just ends up in a mess.}


19.) 09 Jan 2016 09:34:34
No problem ed 001 it's confusing the hell outta me to be honest. I've asked ed002 to clarify if he can at all. I agree that if all are not on same hymn sheet then all hell breaks lose. Thanks for yours reply. PS thought that was a cracking match lady night. Obviously I was hoping x would hang on but I suppose there is no chance of klopp playing sane side on Sunday weekπŸ˜€πŸ˜€ couple of decent performances on crap pitch all the same.

{Ed001's Note - he might not have much a choice mate! Though I would not be much more worried putting out that side than our full team to be honest. At least the youngsters got bodies into the box and looked to attack. Oh and Teixeira would look so much better on a decent pitch that allows him to use his skill. The worrying thing is that the 3 senior players were the weak links - Bogdan, Enrique and Benteke.

I will have to have a chat with Ed002 about myself as well, to clear it up. Though I know his information comes from boardroom level, which is why I am willing to accept my information is less likely to be correct. After all, how many companies tell their employee anything other than what they think will make them work harder? They know Giggs wants to be the manager, if you were them, would you not also lead him to believe he was in line to become it next? Very common tactic to pretend there is a promotion in the offing if you just do well for the next few months, only for someone to be brought in over your head when you have given everything for those few months.}


20.) 09 Jan 2016 10:02:42
Ed001/ Ken

A few times last year I posted my concern about the clarity of the plan and recently Ed02 has expressed negativity about Woodward. I recall Ed02 did say Giggs wouldn't be the next manager and separately said he could lead us into obscurity (or similar word), yet Lvg has very clearly stated Giggs is to be the next manager, he must have been given that by someone and the club have not corrected his statement.

Good point you make it is a common tactic to pretend you have a chance at promotion to keep you performing when someone else is already in their mind. I hope the club have moved to plan B in the background mind you.

{Ed002's Note - I don't recall saying anything negative about Mr Woodward - could you please point me at that post. As I have previously explained, the club had a very clear plan in place that would take them to 2022. The toxic fans have other idea which will screw that up - as I have also explained.}


21.) 09 Jan 2016 10:29:50
Apologies Ed002 I have misquoted you, it was Ed001 on 5th Jan who said "
{Ed001's Note - Woodward knows nothing about football, it is the kind of appointment that destroys football clubs. While he is in involved in the football side of the business, the club will struggle. }.

{Ed002's Note - Thanks.}


22.) 09 Jan 2016 11:29:31
Red man see my post at the top of page I have a new suggestion as managerπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ bloody phone😁😁😁.


23.) 09 Jan 2016 09:51:27
Oh I defo agree on that ed001. The carrot has obviously been dangled in front of giggs so to speak and I would imagine that if as a pair they had won the league and champions league and all before them then it might have been a serious option. But even then may not have been correct.
Thanks for your time mate. Btw have you set a date yet?
As you know I like to see your opinion so can I ask who you think United should go for if as ed002 has said ddg goes in the summer. I know you think Liverpool will also be in the market for that position. Although I Think You advocate giving Ward the lad on loan at Aberdeen a tilt. Ta.

{Ed001's Note - It was supposed to be 3rd of June, but money has meant we have put it back until next January, the 3rd again though. Hopefully won't have to put it back again!

If it was me, I would say United should consider Begovic or Timo Horn. Possibly Ron-Robert Zieler for a return, if not.}


24.) 09 Jan 2016 13:47:43
Cheers ed. That will be a great start to 2017 for you all. Best of luck with it mate. And thank you for your time this morning. I'll have to check my typing spell check causing havoc. I tipped god for the next United manager. Think I frustrated 002 with it. OopsπŸ˜€.


 

 

22 Dec 2015 22:49:47
Merry Xmas to all.

Big poppa red

1.) 22 Dec 2015 23:03:06
Merry Xmas!


 

 

06 Dec 2015 01:11:35
I feel I've had enough, what's it if we do get a new player in be he the best in the world it won't make a difference I feel we have a very good team one of the best in the league under good management we would be much better I don't know who would sort us out but I feel anyone with the attacking mind would make us better than what we are in all my life I've been a united fan I've never seen so many boring draws I've seen us unlucky to lose because we took a risk but this is hopeless, I thank can gaal for getting us stable but that's all he can do, he gave us a good clear out were others wouldn't of be bold enough n he's got us top four that's as good as he can do I prey for better United but that's only going to come once he's gone.

Big poppa red

 

 

 

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14 Dec 2015 13:21:07
I agree ed doubt he will ever be a top manager, top players never really do hit it off as managers.

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14 Dec 2015 13:21:07
I agree ed doubt he will ever be a top manager, top players never really do hit it off as managers.

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13 Dec 2015 23:08:49
Wow cheers ed does this mean your opinion is Carlo temp giggs future?

Big poppa red

{Ed001's Note - I was thinking more Ancelotti until someone proves themself to be ready, though I would be surprised if that was Giggs. Personally do not think he has it in him to be a manager, but only time will tell on that.}


 

 

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13 Dec 2015 13:58:20
Ed if he did get sacked around now, would it be giggs most likely till the end of the season cheers.

Big poppa red

{Ed001's Note - I would suggest Ancelotti would be the most likely option, if Giggs was seen as ready, LvG would have been gone already.}


 

 

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02 Dec 2015 22:34:09
Thanks again ed02 :)

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13 Mar 2016 01:21:52
That one went to pot lol it would of took a god 6-0 anyway lol.

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23 Jan 2016 23:19:18
Well said bond.

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18 Jan 2016 17:13:54
Yes partly tru gcd but too yes current form is what we needed from him he's in the team to score and as ed said him and de gea are our best, I'm just glad he's upto what we need of him.

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17 Jan 2016 22:08:30
Rooney can't win he plays as a striker an scores four in a row he gets slack, he involves him self too much in other areas he gets slack, give the man a break that shot would be in the crowd a few week back.

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{Ed025's Note - i think your right big boppa, you only have 2 world class players in the squad..rooney and de gea..


 

 

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08 Jan 2016 23:06:52
Yes I agree Ken with some of that but does that make him great, David moyes at Everton did a good consistent job with them, he left now for me Everton look a better side they haven't won anything but are they expected to like Arsenal are, footballs all about being the best fans want titles along with good football, there's no point playing like Barcelona if your not getting the profits, I'd take a title in anyway or form.

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