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So what next?

When Jose goes and assuming its before another summer transfer window

we'll need a new manager who will then need 2 new full backs, another CM if not more given our options from the bench (assuming Pog, Fred and Matic is first XI) is fellaini herrera and Perierra, atleast one other wide attacking player.

so four top quality signings so somewhere around 150m - 200m in investment.

we'd then have to get the players playing the new managers style, whatever that is.

i see another drop out the top 4 when Jose goes until it all gets embedded

posted on 6/8/18

ok

but again what did you expect?

absolutely nothing Jose's done has surprised me, out side of playing McT a lot.

so its quite clear the club knew what theyd be getting, and their goals are obviously different from 'real utd fans'

which is clearly a much bigger issue

posted on 6/8/18

The club has lost its way. Obviously run now by people that have no idea what utd is all about.
Hopefully the penny will drop soon about the damage this guy is doing

posted on 6/8/18

not just those we have now but those who started this unquenchable thirst for commercial dominance

that started in the 90's

posted on 6/8/18

comment by Benji Veniamin (U19953)
posted 4 hours, 2 minutes ago
comment by Firmino's Brightest Tooth (U1217)
posted 3 minutes ago
comment by Tyler Durden (U21874)
posted 8 minutes ago
Calm down chaps. Us, City and probably Liverpool will have new managers within the next 2-3 years.
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Speak for yourselves.
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We’ll see how your messiah is treated if his 1/4bn investment ends up potless again or worse below us again
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Depends on the context. Potless but much closer to the champions would be ok.

posted on 6/8/18

The was a balance and a recognition/understanding even in the 90's of what made utd tick, what made utd great. As for commercial dominance that was a given. Utd was probably a global brand before the term was even invented. A global brand built on utds history. To see Jose mourhino bring his brand of football to the American fan base these last couple of weeks is an insult to them and the history of the club.

It can no longer be defended, excused or rationalised if you truly believe in what the club is all about

posted on 6/8/18

Jose has always been Jose

nothing he has done this pre-season has been new.

when the club hired him they knew what they were getting.

your anger would be better aimed at the folks who hired him, not a man who has unashamedly been himself the whole time.

posted on 6/8/18

comment by Benji Veniamin (U19953)
posted 9 hours, 8 minutes ago
Jose has always been Jose

nothing he has done this pre-season has been new.

when the club hired him they knew what they were getting.

your anger would be better aimed at the folks who hired him, not a man who has unashamedly been himself the whole time.
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I'm not particularly angry.

I'm just posting on yet another apologetic article thats trying to rationalise what this clown is doing to the club
You say Jose is what he is yet you come out with nonsense about a media conspiracy against him when for example he acts like a dikk and they write about it

Stop making excuses for him

posted on 6/8/18

you can explain how the media is treating him differently to others without it being some defence

klopp came out yesterday "dampening expectations" and the media just lapped it up, when Jose tries that he gets crucified

no harm in pointing it out

posted on 6/8/18

comment by Benji Veniamin (U19953)
posted 20 minutes ago
you can explain how the media is treating him differently to others without it being some defence

klopp came out yesterday "dampening expectations" and the media just lapped it up, when Jose tries that he gets crucified

no harm in pointing it out
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If only Jose behaviour these last couple of weeks could be described as merely "dampening expectations"

I suppose it was also all part of your media conspiracy when the Shaw interview talking about his hopes for the season and his respect for Jose was widely reported

posted on 6/8/18

media can hardly not print direct quotes from Shaw

but they have done nothing but report how their relationship has broken down.,

seems they were talking out their backside if Shaw isnt lying

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