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Gooner Zig

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I hope they sack ten Haag, they'll have to start all over again, and it will take years.

It is in these situations you need a strong board with a conviction to keep going. Fold to the pressure and sack the manager, begin all over again, and it is a neverending circle....

Bon voyage...

As long as it happens after the season then I'm cool with it. I want Ten Hag to still be the manager when we go to Old Trafford, by that stage the players could be very well completely checked out and we spank them.
 

Sapient Hawk

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As long as it happens after the season then I'm cool with it. I want Ten Hag to still be the manager when we go to Old Trafford, by that stage the players could be very well completely checked out and we spank them.

More likely they'll be actively sabotaging results seeing as he's now effectively going the Mourinho route by throwing them under the bus.
 

Gooner Zig

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Just watched the highlights vs Bournemouth, they should have shipped 3 or 4 goals in that first half my goodness 😭
 

Menard

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Basically nothing to play for in the league, players who are basically biding time until they can leave in the summer, and a manager who is quite blatantly a lame duck that's getting replaced as soon as the season ends. They could quite seriously spiral down into finishing 9th/10th.
 

Batman

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Idk. It seems to me that he'd prefer the France job above anything so it doesn't really make sense for him to be considering anything until he sees what France do at the Euro. I can't see Deschamps being allowed to bottle another tournament.
 

Menard

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Zidane's accomplishments as manager are so hyper specific to the environment (managing a club he's a legend at, full of the actual best players in the world at their position, the same core of which had just won the CL a year prior to his arrival) that I can't say I'm necessarily scared of him at United? That's not to discredit what he did there, 3peat CLs is just freakish and something we might not see again for decades so he's clearly very good at managing the hyper elite through high pressure situations and making tweaks to maximize output, but taking over United side needing a big clear out and rebuild is a wildly different challenge. Obviously I'll look like an idiot if he goes there and instantly mounts a title charge but that's my current feeling.
 

ArsenesCoatMaker

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Zidane's accomplishments as manager are so hyper specific to the environment (managing a club he's a legend at, full of the actual best players in the world at their position, the same core of which had just won the CL a year prior to his arrival) that I can't say I'm necessarily scared of him at United? That's not to discredit what he did there, 3peat CLs is just freakish and something we might not see again for decades so he's clearly very good at managing the hyper elite through high pressure situations and making tweaks to maximize output, but taking over United side needing a big clear out and rebuild is a wildly different challenge. Obviously I'll look like an idiot if he goes there and instantly mounts a title charge but that's my current feeling.

How good was Zidane tactically, or was it a case of telling the team to pass to Modric and Kroos and letting them dictate? I've got to admit I don't watch much CL

The first thing United need to do is sort out their recruitment and get out the bad eggs. No manager can work with the current XI
 

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