25 Nov 2018 16:27:49
Who here thinks that we have been better off with giggs as the manager, if i remember correctly the few games he was in charged we played good footy and he brought quite a few youngsters to the first team. One thing i know for sure, if i were one of the owners i would get rid of Mr Mourinho, pogba and Sanchez asap.

It really is embarrassing having so much money and playing the way we are, we really look like a bottom or even second division team, do mourinho train how to attack? does he come to game having a plan on how to attack teams? it seems to me that they focus their training on how to stop the other team and see if the attacking players can come up with a good play during the game to score but there doesn't seem to be a pattern or an organized way to attack.

1.) 25 Nov 2018
25 Nov 2018 16:39:27
Giggs? Not yet, can sort out the Wales team in the time being. Would rather LVG over Giggs.

2.) 25 Nov 2018
25 Nov 2018 17:16:53
played 4 won 2 drew 1 and lost 1? I think if i remember rightly with the title winning side and we didn't play a top side in them 4 games.

Least we would attack mind.

3.) 25 Nov 2018
25 Nov 2018 17:35:51
you don't get to spend £400 million on transfers managing the Wales team. Currently this side is worse then the Moyes era and quite a few of our better players wanting away. When Jose finally gets the boot we could be in a right pickle.

4.) 25 Nov 2018
25 Nov 2018 17:53:25
Yes but he's made Wales worse, couple that with his awful tactics and they won't be in the Euros in 2020.

5.) 25 Nov 2018
25 Nov 2018 18:20:50
anyone with an attacking philosophy who plays on the front foot can manage this team and get more out of them. Mourinho wants out and is preparing himself to get fired so he can get his payout. His team captain is Antonio Valencia, Matic is his favourite in the dressing room. These are his leaders.

The only scenario i can predict at the end of the season is Pochettino in and Howe will replace him at Spurs. But i think the target he has been set is top 4 by end of the year otherwise he will be sacked.

he will always use his excuse the club didn't back him in the summer transfer window but with the team he has there is no way they should be where they are.

{Ed025's Note - that should be players IM7, a team plays together as a unit and for each other mate..

6.) 25 Nov 2018
25 Nov 2018 18:58:52
Have you ever seen giggs talk. He’s not the man for us at all I’m afraid. You’re right, not sure we’d be any worse off, but we need a proper coach. Klopp, Poch, Pep would have all worked at Utd I think.

7.) 26 Nov 2018
26 Nov 2018 00:04:27
Just glad Remanutd isn’t in charge. You can’t honestly think Giggs at this moment in time would do a better job. In my opinion it’s some of the players who need to go not the manager. Players have far too much power now.

8.) 26 Nov 2018
26 Nov 2018 03:40:49
Didn't giggs manage the game where me made Norwich look like Barcelona as they played the passing game while couldn't even get near the ball.

9.) 26 Nov 2018
26 Nov 2018 07:35:41
He has not made wales worse at all. He is trying to change the team around by playing youngsters alongside the older guard who he will phase out over time. Wales have played some good stuff under Giggs and as a Welshman and fan I’m happy to see us try to play the way we do and have a lot of talented youngsters getting games and gelling, only bodes well for the future. At least Giggs knows what it means to be a United player and thr character needed and how to play the United way. Remember the talent pool is far more limited for wales than England, at a club like United he’d have financial backing. I’m not saying we should go ahead and bring him in but I don’t see us being any worse off place wise, in fact as some have said they’d rather see us attack and lose then at least you’d get attack, it’s not always about the big name, LVG, Jose haven’t worked out (least not yet in Jose’s case) but I’d hate to see a legend get panned by our fans anyway.

10.) 26 Nov 2018
26 Nov 2018 15:40:52
Agree, Welsh. I've enjoyed watching Wales play lately. Same with Northern Ireland. We used to be awful to watch but got results, focusing on solid defending and set-pieces, but the manager has tried to bring in a much more possession-orientated, attacking style. It hasn't paid off in terms of results yet, mostly because we need a player who can put the ball in the net. We've played Austria, Bosnia and Ireland off the park, but not got the results the football has deserved. That's why our fans are still backing the manager, they can see what the manager is trying to do, and it's close. I think Wales are in the same boat. Unlike the Republic, who have been awful to watch lately as well as not getting results. No surprise they've made a change.

11.) 26 Nov 2018
26 Nov 2018 20:23:55
I'm not saying Giggs should be the current manager, i was just trying to suggest that we could have been better off with Giggs insted of Moyes, VG and the primitive one. we keep making all these mistakes that are costing us badly, the sooner we get rid of the primitive one the better in my opinion, get Howe in or Poch and you'll see a big difference at least in intent to play footy the right way.

12.) 26 Nov 2018
26 Nov 2018 22:55:58
I think this is where the clamour for a DoF comes from. Clearly we are looking for one as Ed stated.

The only way a Howe would even remotely work would be if he is left to purely coach and leave the rest to an experienced DoF. Until we have one, we are stuck between a rock and a hard place. If it’s a choice between sacking Jose and putting in a interim, I’d back Jose.

We shall see in January just what the club will do. No attempt at transfers and it’s a clear indication Jose is off in summer, which I think he is already. It’s just not worked out for him and us and I think he needs to go back to Italy or take over at Portugal. A marriage of convenience always breaks up in the end.

13.) 27 Nov 2018
27 Nov 2018 12:16:53
There is little point in changing the manager while Woodward is there. Jose has been far from impressive but I still feel he sometimes signed who he was allowed to sign rather than who he wanted! The rot at United started in the boardroom!

14.) 27 Nov 2018
27 Nov 2018 18:27:48
There is a manager called Southgate, he seems to embrace youth and has an attacking team. When is he free?

15.) 27 Nov 2018
27 Nov 2018 18:53:55
I do like Southgate as well, yea i have never thought about him before. Howe, Poch or Southgate but knowing Ed we will get Zidane and we will be waste another 2.3 years again and the cycle will continue.

16.) 27 Nov 2018
27 Nov 2018 22:36:45
Better off with big Sam.

17.) 27 Nov 2018
27 Nov 2018 23:06:40
Southgate is clearly a coach and not a manager. Until we have that structure in place any future appointment is pointless. Also why would he leave a job he clearly loves and is doing well in managing his country?

18.) 27 Nov 2018
27 Nov 2018 23:18:55
Personally think Pablo Machin looks a fantastic option. Young coach who has made a reputation with a small team beating the big boys. Now he has Sevilla top of the league and plays good counter attacking football. Unfortunately think everyone would see it as to early for him, but would rather him than Zidane, jardim or Howe. While poch just seems unattainable.