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06 Dec 2018 18:30:37
Any chance we will go for Robben, Ribery and Sneijder in January?

Believable4 3Unbelievable

06 Dec 2018 18:48:55
nah i think they are trying to get Cantona, Pallister and Robson.

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06 Dec 2018 20:14:23
Ronaldinho minimum.

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06 Dec 2018 20:32:58
Charlton is still in the stands, maybe him, Bruce and Yorke would help.

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07 Dec 2018 10:09:58
You spelt Schnyder wrong, mate.

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07 Dec 2018 19:46:38
Same fantastic player however you spell it.
Sign him we'll learn to spell it eventually - I am so excited I getting ready by going to night class.

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07 Dec 2018 20:10:28
Don't forget Gaitan; also on the list.

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08 Dec 2018 07:14:35
All these players are now well into their 30's, which probably means they have now become the first choice targets under our current manager. 😂😂😂.

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08 Dec 2018 20:36:23
Thanks for the clarity Shappy, kinda what i was getting at.

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09 Dec 2018 12:24:43
Who could forget Ezequiel Garay at cb.

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04 Dec 2018 23:36:04
Do United still hold interest in Mourinho's summer targets such as the likes of Perisic and Alderweireld? Or can we expect a compromise of sorts due to other's clear resistance at signing 'older' players?

If Mourinho is to stay then surely the board either need to go after his targets, or Mourinho is made to shift his approach and target different players which would completely go against who he is and the type of player he has targeted historically.

Can we expect to see any youth players step up as the season progresses or will that purely be down to any injuries to first-team players?

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05 Dec 2018 10:45:22
I suspect we will have a very quiet January window due to the uncertainty of the managers position. We might see a player or two leave if the right offers cone in for the right players (Darmian, Rojo ect maybe) .

But I don't see any significant players joining, at most maybe a youngster or two for the academy.

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05 Dec 2018 15:08:56
I think the same Shappy. When the January window closes we will have a good idea as to Mourinho’s fate.

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05 Dec 2018 15:34:45
I think if a player who is of top quality becomes avaliable such as alderweireld we would still go in for him because even if a new manager comes in, he's not the type of player who can't adapt to a new manager.

But agree we should use the january window to get rid of players. Romero, valencia, young, smalling, jones, rojo, herrera, matic, fellaini, periera, sanchez, darmian etc would probably be for sale before you even get to players who want to leave such as pogba bailly and martial.

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05 Dec 2018 18:02:40
I think we could see a much busier January window in general than previous years. With the summer window shutting early I think there were lots of potential deals not completed because the selling clubs were reluctant to lose players with little time to replace them.
I guess time will tell, eh.

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04 Dec 2018 16:54:34
Ed002 if you're not doing a sharkopod then can I ask if there looks to be several ins-and-outs (2 or 3, say) this winter. I know it's usually not a time for major movements but there are serious leaks to plug - mainly in central defence and midfield - that left alone could leave us well out of the top 6, nevermind top 4 very soon.

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{Ed002's Note - I really don'tr want to get involved too much on this page for a while. Too much grief.}

04 Dec 2018 23:38:31
Ed 02
Sorry to see your voice of insight and sanity disappear yet again.

I understand and respect your decision but am disappointed - not in you but in the fact you will be greatly missed.
I will say thanks and Au revoir in the hope you will return.

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05 Dec 2018 00:02:13
Ed will return just let the situation with Mourinho clear up.

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04 Dec 2018 14:50:44
Firstly, I have donned my hard hat.
I admire all those who are still talking up top six which I thought months ago would be a struggle.
I now, regrettably, would suggest that from where we are and given the stagnation and apparent apathy within the club to the situation, we will struggle (and do well IMO) to keep ahead of those clubs ominously creeping up behind us.

We are almost a top third club at present. I think come the end of season, remaining in the top half would be quite an achievement.
How do others REALISTICALLY see the immediate future.
Just to be quite clear I am a supporter, but I am also realistic and now increasingly bordering on pessimistic.

Believable5 3Unbelievable

04 Dec 2018 15:30:17
I agree DW . mid table at least. May get into Europa league if results go our way. But i'm not a fan on relying on other clubs results helping us out.

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04 Dec 2018 16:11:41
The next 3 games may be crucial in that respect. If we loss against Arsenal and Liverpool then I can see him going. At that stage we may well be 14 points off 5th, 22 points of top and find ourselves down in 9th.

If that were all to happen then surely the board would have to act and act fast.

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04 Dec 2018 16:50:56
its clear the players are not behind him, his tactics and team selection is a joke. no one looks like they care and that goes for everyone not just the manager

hes constantly making excuses and whinging like many of us on here and its getting tiresome

when your own fans are sick of watching you play its embarrasing

i seen a video of chris sutton speaking saying jose wants to get fired and tbh I've been saying this for weeks the guy can't be arsed being here,

the board or woodward have to take as much blame as jose and the players. we give him a new deal in January and then we don't back him in the window.

hes not got the full support so what's the point i say cut ties now before this season turns into even more of a farce.

regardless of what's going on with that team we should be making a challenge.

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04 Dec 2018 23:37:56
I agree bolger. When on a journey and realising that you are going the wrong way, the sooner you turn around the sooner you arrive at your destination.

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04 Dec 2018 23:16:14
We keep saying it’s clear the players aren’t behind him, but most of the payers are so average anndnot fit to lace Jose’s boots. Get rid of the dross and let him do his job.

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05 Dec 2018 11:52:25
I’ll back up my statement with the following, who of the below are going to win us a title:
Young, Jones, Smalling, Rojo, Darmian, Shaw, McTominay, an inconsistent Rashford and Martial (who I would keep), a lazy show pony in Pogba, an ageing Matic, an average Hererra, Mata on the right wing, a clearly bulky overweight Lukaku. I could go on but this squad of average players has far too much power and quite frankly they need to moved on. Let Jose do his job properly or sack him immediately.

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03 Dec 2018 13:22:49
Hi Eds, Not been on the site for a while, watching the games is bad enough at the moment without then having to re-live it on here haha. Will there be any winter sharkopods for United or any prem teams actually? Always enjoy listening to them.

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{Ed002's Note - For some teams but probably not MU.}

03 Dec 2018 13:49:57
Cheers Ed.

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03 Dec 2018 15:09:42
That's a shame, always look forward to them Ed002.

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03 Dec 2018 16:54:57
If only for some of the musical gems. Ed002 Who can forget 'Dolly Partons T1ts'? I know I haven't 😁.

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03 Dec 2018 23:07:59
Sharkopods for those that are signing any players only?

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{Ed002's Note - For those pages interested in any transfer information.}

04 Dec 2018 08:31:03
I'd imagine there is too much up in the air regarding the manager and whether or not Deadwoodward is going to back him or not.

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04 Dec 2018 11:48:39
Can’t see us buying anyone. Why do it now - wait it out and plan properly for the summer.

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04 Dec 2018 13:55:03
A plan? At United Eric? Must be having a laugh, we like doing things the wrong way here.

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02 Dec 2018 17:52:07
I've been a Manchester United Supporter for 47 years, they won't sack Jose until it's Mathematically impossible for us to get into the top 4, as we then lose lots of money from our Sponsors, until then we will all have to suffer this dreadful brand of Football, I know it's No comfort to hear this, but it's my Opinion and that is what this site is all about.

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02 Dec 2018 23:10:55
i never understood why they wait for it to mathematically be impossible to sack the manager. why not do it earlier so you can guarantee a place in top 4. unless they've accepted we won't get it this year.

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03 Dec 2018 06:44:52
I'd assume that once it's guaranteed we won't get Top 4, we can let him go without paying as much compensation?

Eds, any insight into the structure of his contract extension and when it might become cheaper to move on?

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{Ed025's Note - not at this time mate..

03 Dec 2018 08:51:37
IM7, I would imagine it’s so they have grounds to cancel/ payout the contract. I would assume there are a number of Key Performance Indicators written in with top 4 being one of them. The managers contract is a contract of employment (fixed term) and he will be covered by the same legal rights as anyone else in the country.

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03 Dec 2018 10:28:17
Do you think they have done a cost analysis, Sacking Jose early v missing out on Champions League, which would lose more money?

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03 Dec 2018 13:01:42
They will have for sure. But it's hard to factor in things like future sponsorship, future signings (ie targets want more money if not in CL or say no when they would have said yes) .

I'm sure we are hemorrhaging viewers on TV across the world, that has to have a knock on effect. Takes a lifetime to build a reputation, a few years of LVG and Jose to virtually destroy it.

People are selfish. Woody will not look good sacking yet another manager (so soon after handing him a ridiculous new deal) and failing to secure top 4. Everyone will be looking out for their own personal best interests right now rather than the club or the fans.

In a decent/ honest world. Jose would have packed his bags long ago but he wants money, Woody would have admitted his mistake long ago, but he wants money. The club would have realised we are losing our soul, but they want money. The players would have upped their game, but irrespective of performance they earn and want money.

Most players nowadays know they will earn more by forcing a move than they would by doing their job. Little morals and honour left in the game now at the top end unfortunately.

I wish we could just rip out all the poison surrounding the club and just build it back from the solid foundations we have, but the world doesn't work like that. Just like in the real world with empires, they get too big, too selfish, to greedy and ultimately the empire dies and is reborn as something else. We have bad apples throughout the club, directors, management, players - we need to cull it all before it's too late.

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03 Dec 2018 23:10:39
Who does the culling if those making the decisions are bad apples?

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02 Dec 2018 17:51:28
Whilst awaiting Jose's successor I hope that the owners will not allow mourhino (or know nothing about football, Woodie) to waste money on players that cannot / will not play 100% of time for the shirt. Or perhaps have all fight removed by the current coach's tactics.
This season has gone let's just accept that, batten down the hatches until August hoping for a new direction.

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02 Dec 2018 17:46:30
Assuming the rumours are true, if you believe your £90m transfer is playing with inadequate effort and/ or a poor mentality, a dressing down in the changing room in front of team mates is perfectly reasonable. I bet every one of us who have played sports have at some time or other have heard it from a coach or a colleague. Grow up and knuckle down. Most of the kids who watch you would kill for a chance at 1/ 10th of the benefits your innate talent has brought you.

The fact is Pogba is a disappointment. While he covers a fair amount of ground within a team that consistently covers the least in the EPL, he rarely sprints, neither in offence or defence. This characteristic was visible when he first stepped on the field in a United jersey before he went to Juventus. He looks lackadaisical, and it's probably one of the reasons why Ferguson was not inclined to fight to keep him. The problem is that, while he has talent, he is way to into himself to be a true leader, and that's the key role we need him to fill. A player who leads by example.

We are 5 years into the post-Fergie era and we are worse than ever. We do have some good players to build a team around but it's hard to see anything positive coming from them in the current climate. Given the amount of money we've spent, the only conclusion we can draw is that we are infected by a virus. Whether the source is Pogba, Mourinho or the general club mentality itself is a matter of conjecture. My own sense is that Woodward, Mourinho and Pogba are all symptoms of a deeper problem.

Believable9 0Unbelievable

02 Dec 2018 21:07:06
All 3 of them should go at the end of the season.

We should say thanks Jose but uts not worked ta-ra. Says Pogba but you want to go to Spain so here's the asking price. And Woodward should have the decency to say "it was my decision to appoint Jose so I'll step down. "

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03 Dec 2018 06:49:20
Fergie did want to keep Pogba, it was out of his hands. and while you might think Pogba has been disappointing his season, so has Lukaku, Rashford, Martial (most of the time), Bailly, Fred, Matic. who hasn't been disappointing? People might point to Shaw, but he hasn't gotten back to the 2-way beast he was looking like before his injury either.

I think when that many players aren't performing you have to look at the manager. And it's not like Mourinho's faults have been hard to see. Bizarre team selections and subs, consistently embarrassing behaviour, publicly sledging players all the time and bemoaning a lack of signings.

He's got to go. He's not one of us and he never will be.

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28 Nov 2018 16:55:14
People's choice to replace Mourinho?
Eddie Howe or Pochettino? and Why?

Ed's?

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{Ed025's Note - for me becks the job is too big for howe and he would need a top quality DOF if he was to get the gig, pochettino is top quality and imagine what he could do with the budget he would get at united, he has premiership experience at the top level and is very forward thinking and his teams play good football, he would be my choice mate but im sure others would say different..

28 Nov 2018 17:22:49
As long as the next manager, Who ever it maybe, Plays good attacking football and gets fans loving our style of play again. Getting fed up up with all the negativity that Jose brings with him now.
Having said that, Knowing Woodward he will give Jose another contract extension.
Also Woodward stating we don't need results on the pitch for our sponsors to carry on paying us millions each year.
See if results matter Woodentop when we are in the bottom three.

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28 Nov 2018 18:05:43
I would say Pochettino is more ready for a top job than How at the moment. I also feel Howe would require a really good structure behind the scenes to aide him. I think 3-4 years of Pochettino allowing him to freshen up the squad, and get them used to playing good football at a high tempo. Then when he goes back to Spain, which he will want to do at some point. How would be the potential ideal candidate.

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28 Nov 2018 22:02:28
Pochettino for sure.

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29 Nov 2018 08:54:30
I think poch will be too hard to get unfortunately.

Maybe appoint howe as manager and blanc as dof? Could even maybe have stam as assistant, might sort the defense out at least.

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29 Nov 2018 09:24:38
Eddie Howe is a good manager but the United job might just be too soon in his career. And we certainly aren't in a position for another Moyes type fiasco. Having said that, Poch won't come easy given that he is under contract with Spurs for another 4 or so years. I do hope that the club retain Carrick and McKenna post Jose so that the continuity remains.

But before we make another appointment, whoever that may be, we need to make sure that we have the right structure in place to support the manager and also make sure that proper finances are available to help him turn the squad around as we all know that major changes are required to the playing staff to have us compete again.

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29 Nov 2018 16:16:10
Neither. We should look on here for the next manager. Sift the posts to find the tactical acumen and motivation skills.

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29 Nov 2018 15:47:55
Poch.

Question to eds, would he leave spurs for utd though? surely tottenham won't let him go to a rival, if it ever did come about.

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{Ed002's Note - Manchester United has a coach so I am not sure how to answer this question.}

29 Nov 2018 18:37:19
I really like Howe, he has a very average squad playing good footy and in a very confortable position in the table, Poch on the other hand has a very strong squad failing to win anything for so many years already. One thing i know that whoever replaces the primitive one will make us look better. I just don't understand how some fans can be happy with what they are seeing from the team week in week out. Mou needs to go and Pogba, Sanchez and even Matic too.

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29 Nov 2018 20:40:16
I wouldn't be disappointed with either, though Poch obviously has that bit more experience. Howe would need a good set-up behind him as others have said, but I like what I see with him. Intelligent and forward-thinking. Probably plump for Poch at this stage.

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30 Nov 2018 13:18:45
Poch has all the attributes for me, a no brainer if we require a new gaffer.

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02 Dec 2018 15:14:36
Big Sam hasn't a job at the moment!

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02 Dec 2018 20:55:58
Id rather Eddie Howe personally i know he's not a popular choice as he's not a big name with a foreign surname, however he has built a club at Bournmouth that is playing very attractive football and he has built this club from L 2 up to the premier league. I just think he would bring our identity back for using the youth set up and playing the attacking flowing football we all want to see. To be honest nothing will happen until we cannot qualify for champions league as this cost the club and that's all the owners care about, we have an inept ceo a manager that won't change his ways and 15 players in the squad that are no better than mid table, all this together means we are where we are in the league for this reason.

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02 Dec 2018 22:05:19
There is a present incumbent so the position is not open. Yet it is worrying that some believe the manager of Bournmouth is the answer to one of the biggest clubs in the world. We suffered with Moyes, who had managed a bigger club than Bournmouth. If I was to speculate I would ponder about Conte in present circumstances.

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28 Nov 2018 16:55:16
Defence flattered once again by DDG.
Strikers that, despite certain qualities, are inconsistent in performance, but very consistent in their inability to actually strike.
A coach who by all evidence cannot coach.
Fellaini does not seem to get the "right wigging" that was routine last season. Has he improved or has everyone else regressed more than I realise?
This is painful to watch and even hear about second hand. I really don't think I want to do this anymore.

Believable6 3Unbelievable

28 Nov 2018 17:44:26
Cannot coach 😂.

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