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Who are we chewing up & spitting out next?

Not that I want ETH gone, but it seems a lot of other people do. So once he's chewed up and spat out like the rest, who will be the red devils next victim?

Who do we destroy next?

IAN LADYMAN: United job undresses, dismantles and picks you to pieces https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-12703425/Ian-Ladyman-Manchester-United-job-dismantles-managers.html?ito=native_share_article-top

posted on 2/11/23

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comment by Vladimikel Artutin - committing war crimes against football since 2019 (U18355)
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Culer
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Man management ✅
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Tight trousers
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How tight are we talking here?
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Ricky Martin tight I’m led to believe whatever that means
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Forgot about that.

posted on 2/11/23

comment by Boris 'Inky’ Gibson (U5901)
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Hafi
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Hafi or Giggs until the end of the season, tough call

posted on 2/11/23

De Zerbi would probably be a bit nuts to take the job right now.

Nagelsmann might be an option if he was willing to split his duties with the German national team.

But because we're halfway through whatever it is ETH is or was trying to do, and have just spent a fortune recruiting for him, it's really not clear what sort of manager to bring in. Which of course brings us back to the footballing operations issue. Until there is clear alignment between the footballing style, the squad building department, the profile of players required and the manager who can execute that on the training pitch and matchday, we'll be in the same place 18 months from now.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 2/11/23

Ange

posted on 2/11/23

We won’t sack ETH until we mathematically cannot get top five, everybody needs to wind it back in, it’s United we have zero accountable senior direct management to make a decision like this mid season.

Our home form saved us last season plus Spurs and Pool being crap, much tougher this year and when did we last have anything but a negative goal difference

posted on 2/11/23

comment by Franko Cantona (U22187)
posted 8 minutes ago
We won’t sack ETH until we mathematically cannot get top five, everybody needs to wind it back in, it’s United we have zero accountable senior direct management to make a decision like this mid season.

Our home form saved us last season plus Spurs and Pool being crap, much tougher this year and when did we last have anything but a negative goal difference
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There's also little value sacking ETH and bringing in someone else before Jim Ratcliffe likely takes over the sporting side of the club unless we went down the interim route.

comment by Silver (U6112)

posted on 3/11/23

If you owned MU what would Ratcliffe be saying that possibly persuaded you that his minority shareholding merited control over arguably the most important aspect of the business? What narcissist has ever done this before?

posted on 3/11/23

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 11 minutes ago
If you owned MU what would Ratcliffe be saying that possibly persuaded you that his minority shareholding merited control over arguably the most important aspect of the business? What narcissist has ever done this before?
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Well the Glazers want to sell and they want to maximise their take for the sale. So if handing over a failing part of the business to someone turns out to make that part of the business really successful, the overall value of the business goes up, meaning their 75% stake is worth more than it is now despite not being in control of the bit that could possible drive the value up.

In any case the Glazers are leaches. Absolute vermin the lot of them. They're rich already beyond their wildest dreams and they'd be able to stuff their bulging pockets yet still further by selling the club for any of the amounts touted (between £4-6bn). That they're clinging on is a disgrace.

comment by House (U17162)

posted on 3/11/23

comment by BerbaKing11 (U6256)
posted 6 hours, 13 minutes ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 11 minutes ago
If you owned MU what would Ratcliffe be saying that possibly persuaded you that his minority shareholding merited control over arguably the most important aspect of the business? What narcissist has ever done this before?
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Well the Glazers want to sell and they want to maximise their take for the sale. So if handing over a failing part of the business to someone turns out to make that part of the business really successful, the overall value of the business goes up, meaning their 75% stake is worth more than it is now despite not being in control of the bit that could possible drive the value up.

In any case the Glazers are leaches. Absolute vermin the lot of them. They're rich already beyond their wildest dreams and they'd be able to stuff their bulging pockets yet still further by selling the club for any of the amounts touted (between £4-6bn). That they're clinging on is a disgrace.


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That's a big if mind you.

But yes agree with the last part. They're already loaded, but they cling on wanting more

posted on 3/11/23

Fat Sam is probably United's level right now

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