Lazarus wrote:HARRY wrote:pint vulger wrote:This thread is daft, mouriniho was just about the best option ( pep aside probably) it was a no brainier just 3 years too late ( all water under) and other appointment if unsuccessful would have been absolutely slated.
He's a pragmatic manager who works with the best he can get ,it looks like he doesn't suffer fools, aka the interfering physio at Chelsea which got the dressing room agin him.
He's started afresh ( albeit with wads of cash) won 3 trophies in his first season ,lost less than City and poor finishing cost him a top 4 place ( not that I was arsed about that)
He may win fuck all but he's going about his way and who can argue with that going of his record,so really anyone questioning his appointment are just being argumentative.
I think Utd will win or go very close ,only City and Spurs if you want to challenge the rest of the prem is now Zchelsea have imploded again.
An no brainier of an appointment.
I argued the same point when Van Dross was told at Christmas time that even if we wins the FA cup 10-0, he's sacked. It simply couldn't go on. Scoring nothing, creating nothing, players not playing for him, getting booed off every week. The wasted millions. No champions league. So there was only ever one option. United had totally lost their identity. 25 years of challenging and winning everything destroyed in a matter of months with 2 dreadful managerial appointments. Its going to take time to banish the dreadfulness of it all, but I'm sure we'll get there eventually. Hosepipes not everyones cup 'o'tea, I get that. I like my neighbour a lot more than him, but I wouldn't want the cunt running my club.
Remember at our peak people hated United fans because they said we were arrogant and full of ourselves? I always wondered who those United fans were.....
Some of us know the score. Or at least some of the scores.