Discussion in 'Football Talk' started by THunter, Dec 7, 2011.
Yup, they are better than us at the moment and are favourites for third.
Only a month ago we were well clear of Utd, we are now in danger of finishing the season in 6th. IF that happens it will be awful, this month must be used to the max, if we up our game we can still get 4th as Chelsea are dropping points.
Stephen Howson has said that whether Solskjaer is given the job permanently or not should depend on how they play in one game against Poch's Sp*rs or if they finish above them. The stupidity of that man never fails to surprise me.
He’s an embarrassment. Part of the toxic side of our fan base.
lmao wow, imagine he gets the job
Might as well just keep Ole
Gareth or Ole, not sure which name is worse.
In Denmark, Ole is as bad a name as you can get.
Southgate's Coming Home
I couldn't emphasise how much of a useless **** I thought Southgate was before the WC and, tbf, he's turned England into the super power of world football since then, by humbling Spain and getting revenge on Croatia. With the talent we have coming through as well, things have never been better. So I'll keep quiet about him possibly managing Man Utd.
From Sky Sports transfer feed:
UNITED MOVE FOR SIMEONE?
Manchester United have reportedly sounded out Diego Simeone about being the club's new manager, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Argentinian is in charge at Atletico Madrid and has been since 2011, and the newspaper reports United have approached him after realising they may struggle to prise Mauricio Pochettino away from Tottenham.
Simeone? Really? Great coach, but stylistically would he really be a fit for United? Ole has them playing flowing, attacking football again after Mourinho. Hard to imagine United fans wanting to go back to an overly defensive system.
Wouldn’t believe everything you see related to United on transfers/managers, buddy.
Nice job oleh he getting the best of talented squad that should've done better with mourinho. You can see Rashford and pogba look different players
Glad they bottled sacking Jose after the Newcastle game in October
I get you, he should have been out way before but I really think the run of games/opposition helped Ole. Timing was essential.
Agreed but offensively you looked much better plus pogba and Rashford look like much fresh and sharper
Which is why I said it was hard to imagine it.
Hopefully results like this makes them keep Ole on, because under Pochettino United are back competing at the top.