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30 Sep 2018 06:34:38
Good morning Utd, hope you are all well?

I think it's obvious if things carry on the way they're going for Utd, Mourinho will be out the door very soon. Question is, who would you like to see replace him?


1.) 30 Sep 2018 08:04:47
Big Sam is the man to take this club forward. Fits in perfectly with the club ideology.

{Ed025's Note - dont even joke about that sailor..


2.) 30 Sep 2018 08:17:56
Genuinely have no idea!


3.) 30 Sep 2018 08:22:28
My heart wants to see a manager like nuno, i love the way he has wolves playing plus the players look like they love playing for him, they look a real team unit however the question is is he ready to step up and i seriously doubt he would move now. if jose was to leave now our options are limited, big risk but i would leave mckenna and Carrick in charge while we took our time finding the right dof and manager, realistically though i can't see jose going anytime soon.


4.) 30 Sep 2018 08:33:11
I'm sure there's quite a few managers who could really sort Utd out but the main one in my opinion would be Bielsa, could you imagine him with a Utd team? even the thought of him been at Utd is concerning, fingers crossed that doesn't happen lol because I think he'd work wonders.

I think as a Liverpool fan it's easy to say 'keep Mourinho in for as long as possible' we of course love it but you deserve better than him, he's dragging you down far too much and if I was a utd fan I'd be saying enough is enough, change is needed.

Apart from Bielsa though, I have to agree with sailor, I think Big Sam would be absolutely fantastic for Utd, he'd get me vote that's for sure ;) .

Take care all.


5.) 30 Sep 2018 09:04:31
That's the thing. Given that Poch, Klopp, Simeone and Pep are taken, where do you go after Jose?
He was supposed to be the messiah.

But we had the same issue, picking up the likes of Hodgson and Dalglish until eventually Klopp became available.

I expect United will also have to bide their time with 'hopefuls' (like Rodgers) until a top manager becomes available.


6.) 30 Sep 2018 09:06:34
Bielsa would be too volatile in the current set up. Jardim / Nagelsmann, but it's more likely to be another big name if it comes to it.


7.) 30 Sep 2018 09:44:02
For me we need to get someone in with modern ideas who can mould the team for the future. However until a DOF is appointed I worry we won't get a joined up approach.
Whatever happens we need to take enough time to reflect, let Mckenna and Carrick steady the ship and get the players back engaged whilst long term plan is made. Who knows they may prove themselves.
For me I don't want Zidane, I should with what he has achieved but for no obvious reason I don't rate him just a feeling. Jardim, Nagelsman would seem ideal. Pochatino for me is the one, yes still to convert to trophies but at each club has quickly got them playing attractive high energy football. If we have to wait to the end of the season to appoint the right manager for the future so be it.


8.) 30 Sep 2018 09:50:41
Nagelsmann should be the next manager of Utd but would require a DoF to be in place for sure. If Jose goes soon then Blanc till end of season. Give them time to sort out the structure and bring in Nagelsmann.


9.) 30 Sep 2018 10:36:45
Nagelsmann has agreed a four year deal with RB Leipzig, starting next season .


10.) 30 Sep 2018 10:38:30
Nagelsmann to RB Leipzig for the 2019/ 20 season is already a done deal.


 

 

24 Aug 2018 23:51:46
Hi Utd, to the people who came over to the Liverpool page to wish me well, I sincerely thank you, you have no idea how much it means.


1.) 25 Aug 2018 01:53:59
Speedy recovery to you mate. Hope your ok now.


2.) 25 Aug 2018 07:01:18
Wow Salah hope you’re recovering well.
Didn’t visit scousers site so didn’t know but am glad you are back to health. What is wrong with people these days. I hope the world becomes more peaceful.
Already I have a different view of life after heart ops and thankful but reading what you went through is just spine chilling. Life is so fragile. Do take care and God bless you and your family.


3.) 25 Aug 2018 11:15:28
Hope you recover quicklyy matee.


4.) 25 Aug 2018 13:26:35
All the best for a full and quick recovery Salah.


5.) 25 Aug 2018 17:58:35
Terrible what happened to you mate. I wish you a speedy recovery, hope you and your family and friends can get over the emotional and mental side as easily as possible.


 

 

09 Aug 2018 18:59:15
Liverpool fan in peace, I promise! :) .

Just wanted to say good luck for next season! many would say at this point 'you're going to need it' I won't because I still think you'll be up there despite all the bad press etc, probably best I don't go there! . If there's one thing for certain with Utd is you'll always be up there competing. Rivalries aside I hope you can all enjoy the season ahead so again, good luck!


1.) 09 Aug 2018 19:15:00
Our start is key, I am unsure if Jose can motivate them considering he's a grumpy depressant and he's upset so many. However a good start, Sanchez is like a new signing and then there's Fred. Bailly staying fit is key also. I think it will be a tough season due to Jose. But a good start may change that. We'll see.


2.) 09 Aug 2018 19:16:33
Good man Salah and best of luck to you too.


3.) 10 Aug 2018 09:03:46
Hi Syd . Nice to hear from you. Hows things😆😆.


 

 

 

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02 Oct 2018 10:12:37
No matter what is going on, for a fan to wish their team a loss isn't right in my opinion mate. I get where you are coming from and of course you want what's best for your club but wishing them to lose is a bit out there in pluto in my opinion mate.


 

 

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02 Oct 2018 07:33:03
Bloody hell ken thank god your son knew what he was doing and was around at the time, get well soon mate.


 

 

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02 Oct 2018 07:23:38
Absolutely mate, no matter what they're going through with the manager, all of the money they're on they should be performing for the fans more than anything, the fans who support them haven't done anything wrong! .

I really do find it disgusting how brutal players can be at times, I don't like Mourinho one bit and I think you'll be 10 x the team without him but whilst he is there he's the manager and they should respect that and just get on with it until something changes, unfortunately players these days have far too much power.

If any of us didn't do our job correctly in a workplace what would happen? we'd be gone, I think utd really need big changes and get players like that out asap because they're just poison to the whole club.


 

 

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30 Sep 2018 08:33:11
I'm sure there's quite a few managers who could really sort Utd out but the main one in my opinion would be Bielsa, could you imagine him with a Utd team? even the thought of him been at Utd is concerning, fingers crossed that doesn't happen lol because I think he'd work wonders.

I think as a Liverpool fan it's easy to say 'keep Mourinho in for as long as possible' we of course love it but you deserve better than him, he's dragging you down far too much and if I was a utd fan I'd be saying enough is enough, change is needed.

Apart from Bielsa though, I have to agree with sailor, I think Big Sam would be absolutely fantastic for Utd, he'd get me vote that's for sure ;) .

Take care all.


 

 

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27 Aug 2018 23:58:55
What a manager he was, what he achieved at utd is applaudable to say the least, incredible really. He will always be known as a legend that's for sure.