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04 Oct 2020 01:28:36
People say Cavani will score goals. Playing where ? As things stands our trident up front is untouchable, there is no place uo to debate.
Unless you give up on martial is not a good move. With 10 millions to his manager, a big sighning on fee and big wages the expectations are to start games. So he will start in expense of who ?


1.) 04 Oct 2020 03:06:14
The phrase it’s a squad game springs to mind.

2.) 04 Oct 2020 04:11:06
Herrera, if that is how things worked, Ole wouldn't have played 1 game for United as he was also mostly used as a sub.

There should be no untouchables in the team no matter who you are as that creates complacency and your performance level drops.
Cavani will be here for short term and will create that competitive atmosphere and will keep Martial on his toes. Martial last scored in the QF against LASK and yet he plays every game.

Cavani as i read will be on lesser wages than Sancho would have been plus no 110m to Dortmund so i don't see that as too much of an issue.

I still feel we will get Telles with Dalot gone now. Sancho, i don't know but i do think a winger might come, Sarr may be.

3.) 04 Oct 2020 04:56:03
You do realize that this season is very congested with most weekends and midweek being matchday for 1 comp or other. Also with the little known thing called C.V. players might miss some games due to positive test or quarantine.

Maybe you can take a look at Liverpool right now. They signed Jota to be a backup. Right now Sadio Mane is out with C. V. So while Mane is self isolating, Jota willm fill in for him.

Also we didn't have a single forward on the sub bench against Brighton in the PL.

If there has ever been a season when having a good option to cover, its this season. No matter who we see as first choice, the chances are they will miss a few games due to one factor or another.

4.) 04 Oct 2020 07:00:43
Cavani probably = Sanchez Mk2.

5.) 04 Oct 2020 07:14:34
I think he will rotate with the other 3.

6.) 04 Oct 2020 07:45:10
Sanchez never wanted to come to United in the first place so i don't see how it could be similar.

7.) 04 Oct 2020 08:06:05
Disagree. We desperately needed a centre forward to:

A) put pressure on Martial, who sometimes plays as if he has no competition for his place.

B) fill in for Martial, especially with the upcoming Tues/ Weds/ Sat/ Sun set of fixtures. Ighalo couldn’t have done this well enough.

C) be on the bench for when we need a plan B.

D) show our three excellent young forwards how to score ‘scruffy’ goals.

Cavani will do all four far, far better than Ighalo. For a combined 25 (ish) million over two years inclusive of wages and agent fees.

Absolute no brainer for me.

Now for a RW, LB and CB. 😂.

8.) 04 Oct 2020 08:57:16
We need another forward, we will play around 60 games this season and in a shorter time period than a normal season.

Radical idea: Why don’t we wait a few months to see how things pan out rather than doom Cavani to failure before he’s even signed a contract.

9.) 04 Oct 2020 10:10:32
I like Cavani, he'll provide different options for the squad across the front. Rashford and Greenwood can all play on the right. Why not for a season or two. Sancho is an excellent player but I'd much prefer to see a decent centre back brought in with some of the money that would of been spent on him.

Separate issue here, but does anybody think Wan Bissaka could possibly play in the centre back position? I'm not saying he should or shouldn't, I'm just wondering what other, more knowledgeable posters think.

Have a great weekend everyone, fingers crossed for three points today.

10.) 04 Oct 2020 11:19:31
Martial is nowhere near consistent enough to be leading the line for Manchester United. Even if it's for one or two seasons Cavani could have an impact similar to Ibrahimovic, which although did have injured spells was still a decent period for the club. I'm in!

11.) 04 Oct 2020 11:25:49
If he can stay for, its an astute signing. Classy, winner, worker, professiona, he could have an impact.

12.) 04 Oct 2020 12:00:18
The question for me is why did they wait until now to get Cavani? He has been available for months, why didn’t we get him at the beginning of the season? Have they suddenly realised Martial is inconsistent and Ighalo is someone who really wasn’t good enough for the Premier League?

I think Cavani is a useful addition if he stays fit, we needed a striker, but it doesn’t look part of a plan. Personally I would have gone for Jovic at Madrid. Let’s see how Cavani does, but what plan was it part of?

13.) 04 Oct 2020 12:43:40
Herrera iur front 3 can't start every game. Assuming they start 30 league games each which would be a first for any of them then cavaini has 24 starts. It makes sense to me. i'd rather have cavaini starting those 24 than lingard or james but that's just me.
We need strength in depth up there and we get it and you are unhappy?
Could be a very astute signing. We are desperately short of experience consistency and know how in our front line.
A bit like if we had signed grealish i'm hopeful but not over expectant.

14.) 04 Oct 2020 13:31:52
Ken if its 40+ millions for two years for a squad player with injuries problems that's a problem. 10 millions a year to player, 10 to manager and 10 sighning on fee maybe.

I want options upfront because it is a squad game but i would prefer someone cheaper and a lot younger with legs who can understand his squad role better than Cavani. And if i would buy an older it would be Zirou to have a different option because his hold up play is excellent.

Its not like we buyed a class player who is technically excellent and its not a problem if he legs has gone because he has other attributes. Cavani did use his legs, his strength was his legs, his runs. He was never was excellent finisher, he was never was excellent with the ball and he was never was technically excellent.

He scored a lot because he run a lot, have a decent finishing (usually) and involved in many chances) . So if his legs have gone he is half the player he was because psishicallity was his numper one strength. This and the fact that with the money involved he must play no matter how bad he is, he is a risk not worth taking.

15.) 04 Oct 2020 14:06:33
I think we can all agree that we shouldn’t be too concerned about the exact financial details as both - we don’t know them exactly (at least till next financial reports) and we don’t really know if it really hurts us that much financially

From a football player perspective, it looks like your assessment is off in terms not being a good finisher and only about running. Like many have said, waiting all summer to do this (Cavani reduced his demand too now) seems desperate but also - would we rather not have him now in the position we are in today? If the club does sign him, I hope we can give the player a chance before writing him off.

16.) 04 Oct 2020 14:56:08
Have his legs gone?

17.) 04 Oct 2020 15:52:56

Don’t think so, 3 seasons ago he scored 49 goals in all competitions, just had a few injuries last season, PSG fans wanted him to stay from what I’ve read, works hard for the team and scored goals.

18.) 04 Oct 2020 16:23:29
One season ago Sanchez was one of the best players in Premier League too. But in some cases especially at 30 the downfall is a matter of 2-3 injuries. Our own Giggs would never have played until 40 so well if he had injuries problems at 32-33.
People say he only had injurie problems the previous two season like it is a coincidence. The truth is that for because he is the wrong side of 30 the injuries started for good.

19.) 04 Oct 2020 17:57:16

Terrible example, Giggs had a lot of injuries at 32-33.

20.) 05 Oct 2020 10:45:14
Cavani is a good signing. Ighalo isn't good enough and he goes in January and he poses no threat to Martial's position. It may give Martial a kick up the arse now his position is properly under threat.

21.) 05 Oct 2020 22:22:17
Whatever Manchester United’s transfer strategy was this summer, it didn’t involve signing a 33-year-old free agent at the last minute.

22.) 05 Oct 2020 22:23:25
Untouchable? They struggled to score against Palace. They won't get a sniff today either, hardly untouchable.



13 Apr 2020 14:24:28
Hi Ed002. In another page you said that Madrid will likely bid for Haaland. Do we still have interest in player ? And although i don't believe it, has Raiola put a release clause of 75 million in his contract ?


{Ed002's Note - There is no chance of him moving to Manchester United I am afraid. I am not sure why yoo mention a release clause.}

1.) 13 Apr 2020 15:25:27
I guess it was my fault Ed002 i asked about a release clause. Thanks for quick response.




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27 Sep 2021 15:40:17
So according to Ed001 we have the eleventh best manager in the League. Although i think he is a bit generous.
On a serious note i think he is spot on (as usual) and its worth a read in Liverpool page. I too find Tuchel too negative, Potter maybe should have been our coach, Pep and Klopp are the best two and their teams play the best football. Thank you 001


{Ed001's Note - very welcome mate and thank you.}

1.) 27 Sep 2021 15:53:04
Ole must have bought Ed001 a beer or two to give him 11th …. LOL

Seriously though have to agree Pep and Koop best in league even agree Tuchal is negative but he is clued up and that will win him trophies, so if that’s his style and that wins him trophies fair play to him
Potter I’m still not convinced he could handle the demands of club like United, but surely be better then Ole if that’s what we are measuring by.
Like when Poch had all the youngsters at spurs he could handle them and got good football from them when the ego’s and expectations come along he was caught short, that could repeat itself as PSG, so every manager like player as a level a ceiling.

2.) 27 Sep 2021 18:55:05
Can't seem to find the article anywhere? Help.

{Ed014's Note - it’s not an article mate it was a lengthy reply to a question which had dropped down to the banter 2 page on Liverpool banter.

You’re lucky though mate, Arteta was 20th ??

3.) 27 Sep 2021 21:51:56
Played well yesterday ed. That should have gotten him up to 19th at least.

{Ed014's Note - if only he wasn’t highly likely to revert to type next week he might just have nicked 19th ??



12 Sep 2021 00:40:26
I am totally with 014 . I will wait and judge Varane after a few games. Then if he is at the level of VVD we have a gem in our hands and i would be glad. But although he is a very good player i think he is not close to VVDs level.

The big guy is a different level to anyone, he makes things seem easy and effortless. He came back from a difficult injury and made Lukaku seem like a Sunday League player. Well, that's not so difficult after all cause I don't rate big Rom in big games :)


1.) 12 Sep 2021 14:49:10
I think VVD is on another level. Is there a better, more complete leader and CB in the world? I can't think of one. Even vintage Ramos and Silva in their prime don't reach his level.
But not to take away from Varane. I think he's right up there in the chasing pack.

2.) 12 Sep 2021 15:39:58
I think Varane is a top player, he has been instrumental to the success of Real Madrid and France. His medal haul alone proves he has been a class act.

I agree there is a slight question about whether he can do it in the EPL. I think he can, and he hasn't looked out of place so far.

3.) 12 Sep 2021 15:45:53
He's played 2 games mate, let him get his feet under the table before we judge him.

VVD is the best defender in the world but compare his stats the year they won the league to when Vidic won the league and champions league with us in 08. I don't remember Vidic being heralded as the greatest defender to every grace a pitch.

4.) 12 Sep 2021 15:46:14
VVD is a level above every other CB in the world. He had a long long injury break though, can get back and stay fit as consistently as before? Only time will tell.

But his pre injury level is best in world, no doubt.

5.) 12 Sep 2021 16:11:19
You simply don’t want the medals varane has if you’re not a top player.

6.) 12 Sep 2021 16:12:24
Vintage Ramos and silva don't get close to VvD? Have you heard yourself? vvd is great but I wouldn't go that far.

7.) 12 Sep 2021 16:31:08
Why do you know any better Whiskey? There are only opinions. Those were mine. I'm sure like most others here yours are superior!

8.) 12 Sep 2021 19:19:29
Spenno I have to agree. The only centre half I’ve seen in my time who compares with Van Djik is Rio. I don’t think varane is as good as him, but he’s not a million miles off imo and that’s a huge compliment.

I do also think there’s currently a lack of top centre halves about these days as more emphasis seems to be on what they can do on the ball!

9.) 12 Sep 2021 20:12:42
Van Dijk is a world class CB. But as is Varane. I know whose medal haul I'd prefer to have. let's hope he can continue it at United. Fantastic transfer for us. Shame that Ronaldo bloke looks absolutely knackered and way past it eh.

10.) 13 Sep 2021 11:22:31
VvD made Lukaku look like a school boy? Probably had nothing to do with Liverpool having the numerical strength in that game.
VvD is good, def one of the best in the world and that is where I end it, no need to overhype him.



29 Aug 2021 11:19:14
Ed001, what's your opinion on Ronaldo transfer and how you see him fit in our team ? Will he be a problem for our young lads such as Sancho and Greenwood or he will help them and he will be an example to follow ? I know it's over them, but on one hand the young lads will see his professionalism and maybe follow it but at the other hand they must play to learn and with Ronaldo they will play less. Thanks in regards


{Ed001's Note - they should still get plenty of time, it is Cavani and Martial I would say that are threatened by his arrival. Cavani is a veteran too and Martial is simply not at the level required, so I don't see it as a problem. I would personally think having him as an example should help them, in a similar way to Beckham being helped by Cantona in training. He saw the way Cantona stayed behind to do more and did the same. If you are a young player and you are not inspired by Ronaldo then you are not going to ever reach the level you should anyway.

The main issue is whether to play him up top or off the left and how do you make up for his lack of workrate defensively. Will others be sacrificed to allow him to play that way and expected to do more defensive work or will Ole let them off the leash and go for the throat? It does seem likely it will be the former, judging on his past, but if he does decide to be a little more open, the football could finally become entertaining to watch as a neutral. The players are certainly there to be more open and attacking.}

1.) 29 Aug 2021 13:05:55
I too hope with Ronaldo to have a more attacking approach. Thank you Ed001, have a nice day.

{Ed001's Note - you too mate.}



04 Jul 2021 18:11:47
I am not English but i support England all my life. Well done to the lads, especially our boys Harry and Shaw. I think the later was superb. I don't think it was Sanchos best game but who cares its coming home !!


1.) 04 Jul 2021 20:29:40
Go on Herrera lad! That's the bloody spirit⚽🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿.



27 Jun 2021 23:14:07
Camavinga anyone ? 😅 A lot of reports the last two days. A superb talent, i wish we buy him


1.) 28 Jun 2021 06:44:44
He'd be a great addition. I hope we get him too. Not going to hold my breath, but I'm remaining positive.

2.) 28 Jun 2021 07:36:10
Apparently Rice is the top target, which is understandable as he is English and EPL proven. Both of which are big bonuses.

The reality however is if we are going to spend big on Sancho AND sign a top level centre back. Then there probably isn't the budget to spend 60-80m+ on Declan Rice.

However, I do think there are some very good more wallet friendly options. Camavinga might be one, Konrad Laimer another, Denis Zakaria, Sander Berge, Palhinha, Koopermeiners, Kessie, or Kalvin Phillips could all be potentially cheaper very good alternatives to Rice.

3.) 28 Jun 2021 09:41:14
Of your list zakaria is the one i think could have the most immediate impact. Solid defensively, good passer and a huge engine. My concerns is that what we could do with most is a player who dictates the tempo of our play from the back. We are too pedestrian at times and as such we waste the skill set of our forward players, especially when the scores are level or we are in front. A player like bissouma is what we really need imo. And at around 40mil i can't see many that would be betyer suited to our needs with epl experience.

4.) 28 Jun 2021 11:16:17
Ideally I would let both Pogba and Donny and one of McT, Fred or Matic go m considering we always want to play 2 DMs and neither can play that well
A passer like Ruben Neves and someone like a bissouma or maybe laimer is what I would target.
I would say we could get 2 better players than Declan rice at the same price.
Ideally we should streamline our core squad to 22 players and 3-4 more youngsters or maybe 1-2 flexible players. I don't like the idea of us harboring a squad of 30 with most of them not good enough.

5.) 28 Jun 2021 11:16:37
One of the reasons I have mentioned Koopmeiners a lot is that I think the McFred partnership has proven itself to be pretty effective in big games against other big teams. Where we have struggled has tended to be against teams who sit back more, let us have posession and invite us on. We don't play posession football well, and that is what those teams force us to do.

IMO, we don't need a DM who can shut down attacks single handed, we need one who is solid enough defensively to free up his CM partner to push forward and join attacks, and who can not just keep posession and move the ball around well, but actually help open up those tough defences from deep.

This is why I have mentioned Koopmeiners a lot recently. He is excellent as a deep-lying playmaker, able to control possession etc but also with an eye for defence-splitting passes from deep, and unlike some creative DM types, he is pretty solid defensively, and while he's no physical powerhouse, he has the physicality not to be simply brushed aside.

I'm sure there are others who offer similar attributes and may even be better, he's just the one I've seen most of this season who offers the kind of attributes I think we need.

{Ed002's Note - Manchester United has no interest in Koopmeiners and he is moving elsewhere. Move on.}

6.) 28 Jun 2021 12:46:11
I really like what I have seen of Bissouma this season. My one concern is that every time I've seen him he has played as a dynamic box to box player and not a sitting holding player who will work defensively but also dictate play.

For me Bissouma's style of play is the same as both Fred and McTominay's (although he is a better player than Fred) .

I don't see him as a sole holder to give his midfield partner more freedom. At Brighton he has always played with either Ben White, Alzate or Gross playing the holding role with Bissouma being given the freedom to drive forward more.

What I think we really need from a CDM is a player who greases the wheels so to speak. Someone who'll shuttle sideways in front of the back four to shield them, making interceptions and tackles. But when we are in possession they are always making themselves available to stop teams being able to so easily pressure us. A good range of passing would be ideal, but with Maguire and hopefully another ball playing CB signing this summer they wouldn't necessarily be the defacto playmaker.

Rice fits the bill very well, but will be extremely expensive. I think if we were to go for Rice then we would need someone cheaper than Sancho on the right.

Zakaria could play that role, but his driving runs forward would need to be limited. Which would take a lot away from his game in my opinion.

Phillips does that role excellently at Leeds, but I doubt he'd be cheap, or potentially willing as a Leeds lad born and bred.

Sander Berge could be a savvy budget option from a relegated team.

But my ideal choice would be Konrad Laimer. Who I think could be phenomenal. He won't be cheap, but he wouldn't cost half as much as Rice would.

7.) 28 Jun 2021 13:24:32
I think Renato Sanches would have been all over this thread if it wasn’t for that awful Swansea spell. He was outstanding for Portugal v France and Belgium.

8.) 28 Jun 2021 13:26:59
Shappy i agree with most of what you say especially in the skillset you're hoping for from a holding player.

I will disagree on your description of bissouma. Heres why: brighton have predominantly played a 343 or in more actuality a 5212 this season. With a fully fit squad they had maupay and welbeck leading the line with one given freedom to roam and one on the shoulder, they then had lallana or gross in the hole/ advanced cm role and then the other in a deeper midfield position alongside bissouma. March/ lamptey or burn/ veltman played the wb position offering enough support in attack but with an emphasis on getting back when without the ball. (Sidenote: burn is amazingly athletic and mobile for his size) the 3 at the back had licence to push into midfield with the ball as long as the others were in position.

All of this meant they actually were very well organised defensively and bissoumas main role was to keep the ball moving whilst offering cover for the more advanced midfield/ wb players. He would constantly connect the cb to the am he would always be moving sideways to cover for which wb was in attack. Yes he also ran at defences but the 3 cb allowed him the freedom to do so. His passing was normally consistently good and progressive, he rarely had a poor touch or held the ball for too long and more importantly his decision making and speed of decision were generally to a high standard. He does everything that fred does without the ball and everything mcsauce does with it.

In short i see his role as the 'kante' of brighton and I would be looking to add him to our squad to see if he could replicate that with us.

9.) 28 Jun 2021 13:41:12
Pretty sure camavinga won’t be cheap shappy.

10.) 28 Jun 2021 13:53:37
I would not say McFred partnership has worked well in big games when we actually go on to lose all our semis and finals.
For us to move a step ahead neither of McFred and Lindelof should start as regulars.
CB and midfield are the highest priority.
We can do without a Sancho and we can do without a ST if we get Sancho done, we can also do without a fullback signing but we absolutely cannot do without is atleast a DM and CB.

11.) 28 Jun 2021 13:58:48
Camavinga is not the cheaper option to Rice, they will cost around the same. I don't think he is an option to Rice at all because I think they have different roles.
What i think is that our team buy Camavinga this year and then next year buy one of Rice or Bellingham to make a very good and young midfield. Or at least that's what i want 😂.

12.) 28 Jun 2021 14:58:46
No one comes cheap, we are talking about multimillion pound deals.

Rice has been talked about by West Ham as being a £100m player. In reality he will cost somewhere between £60-80m I would guess.

While Rennes are talking up Camavinga's value the reality is they like many sides in France need to raise funds and Camavinga is about to enter the final year of his contract. As such I would expect him to go for between £30-40m tops.

Few sides would pay more than that for an 18 year old who probably doesn't have any experience in their league and who they can sign to a pre-contract in January for him to move for free next summer.

So while Camavinga wouldn't be "cheap", he would be around half of what Rice will likely cost.

13.) 28 Jun 2021 15:20:26
Camavinga will cost no where near as much as Rice. Like Shappy said he is entering his final year of his contract so the price will probably be around 40 million.
As much as i like Rice and i do rate him but he isn't worth 80 - 100 million pounds.

14.) 28 Jun 2021 15:37:35
I’d check 002s notes as to what he is valued at by his club. Pretty sure it’s not 30-40mill.

15.) 28 Jun 2021 17:58:14
He is valued at 100 millions RedWhiskey but that is negotiations. They probably accept almost half this price. As West Ham.
002 said that West Ham have problems and they might not achieve the oroce they want. Unless something happens, such as Rennes accepting only 30 millions, i see the difference of two players at 10-20 millions. I don't think they are a lot of money, not the amount of money that guides a team to go to the plan b.
I see Camavinga and Rice unrelated, one sits and protect and the other is very energetic.

16.) 28 Jun 2021 21:09:09
Herrera I think you misunderstood. I meant have been quoted 75 mill for camavinga according to 002 and I expect a similar value to be quoted for Rice. Neither are worth it and I personally think Saul could be gotten at the same value if not cheaper.




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22 Sep 2021 15:59:59
I suppose you mean he started to drop off after 2018. Because at 17-18 season with Mourinho he was magnificent.




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12 Aug 2021 14:29:40
Ken i appreciate too that you think differently but I simply think you are wrong and don't remember him very well. He very rare had a bad game. He simply hadn't much hype because he wasn't master of something. Not the Hollywood pass of Pogba, not the excellent close control of Mata, not distacting the tempo like Scholes or the perfect passing of Kroos. But he had it all in an acceptable level which made him an all round very good midfielder in both boxes and he was the kind of players that made his mates play better because of his passion cleverness and moving, he was there to provide cover for them and he was there to help them when they were in blind positions.
Pogba (and even Bruno) seems good for 2 minutes in highlights with ball in every match, Ander was the opposite, he was excellent for 88 minutes and he wasn't bad with the ball either.




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11 Aug 2021 23:44:11
Ken i think you underestimate the lad both on and off the pitch. What would you do if your team wait until last months of your contract to offer you a contract extension? I think you would understand that you are not loved and wanted and if you find a better proposal you would jump at the first chance. I would do the same even if i support the team and he did the same. He was clearly not wanted, we clearly didn't rate him that high and we didn't make a contract proposal at the right time. At the time we keep giving contracts at Jones Smalling Lingard because we didn't want to lose the "assets" but not to him.
As for his performances? I know you will not agree but he was the best midfielder in our team for the last 10 years. I can't count the times he was by far our best player in a derby. In Mourinhos first derby against City they schooled us in first half until Herrera came on and we had a game again. Against Liverpool in which he made record of interceptions tackles etc, against Chelsea who took Hazard in his pocket and made an asist too (if i remember correctly) and many more. In the road to Europa League he was also one of our best players and he always was a big game player. You can see Paris last years games at Champions League and he also was one of the better players.
The guy don't have the physicality and pass of Pogba neither the technique of Mata but he was an all round very good player. Give him some credit. He could be our own Henderson. He wasn't our favourite player when he came, he was one of my favourites before when he played for Bilbao. And I assure you in their system (Bielsas? ) he was even better and all round excellent.




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11 Aug 2021 18:27:18
As much as i like him i wouldn't touch him because of injuries.




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02 Aug 2021 02:42:52
CheshireRed has a history Tom. He gave some informations last year that i truly appreciate.
We didn't signed the players but he said (and I believed that too) that we keep the money for next (this) year and then we will sign good players. As we did.





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16 Oct 2021 17:30:00
Fair play Rossi mate. I had never had problem with people accepting they were wrong.




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15 Oct 2021 14:08:28
He is the worst manager. But he isn't the worst fit.
The support he had from our club from top to bottom was second to none. He had time, money and low expectations-so a happy camp. I would go as far as to say that I don't think any manager have been supported as much as Ole in a big big club like we are-and no Fergi isn't the example because we were a different animal back there and the era was different.
So he had time, he had a lot of money and good players and he had the bar low so no expectations. For 3 years we were the good vibes United. I would say taking into account all these he couldn't make any worst.




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14 Oct 2021 23:57:23
Shappy i never had any problem for people changing their mind. Fair play to you (and to Neville as well) .
I believe from day one that Ronaldos transfer was the start of the end for Ole. Expectations was too low and then Ronaldo came and raised the bar.




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12 Oct 2021 21:54:50
You are welcomed here Jonesy mate. Feel free to have a chat whenever you want. After all it's football and football build bridges.




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09 Oct 2021 19:38:49
And that's one more team to outmuscle you in transfer market mate ?.