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Unread 23-05-2019, 01:36 PM
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They haven't got a single f***ing clue what they're doing.
Itíll end up being Bojan Djordjic, David May and f***ing Di Maria
 
Unread 23-05-2019, 03:18 PM
utd99
 
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Another example of the football industry not understanding that one set of skills do not equate to all sets of skills. The people judging these things should be as intelligent and as impartial as possible; whether you once played well for United is absolutely irrelevant. You can tell from whatever bits and pieces of punditry they do that this is rarely the case with ex proís.
 
Unread 23-05-2019, 05:29 PM
red in cumbria
 
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Link?
I'm sure that earsy can provide you with one.......
 
Unread 23-05-2019, 07:49 PM
S/Side.Red
 
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Well, thatís probably the reason he is a priority.... if he is, in fact, a priority. Probably isnít, though. Tbf, itís a bit harsh to be judging Ole with this bunch of self-serving c***s. As for building from defence; with Smalling, Young and Shaw? Couldíve shown a bit more enterprise but give the man a chance.
Well Shaw can play, so can Lindelof. But I don't think coaches who have clear ideas wait this long before implementing them. It's part of what worries me about Solskjaer. We're in an era where every manager is now a coach and a very detailed one. Fergie had already started to become unique in that regard but I'm not sure his qualities were sustainable with someone else.

It doesn't mean De Ligt can't be a success. Ferguson wasn't too bothered about playing out from the back. A defender who was great on the ball was a bonus. Yet Ferdinand still had a great career here, even if he has intimated he does wonder how he'd have enjoyed more creative responsibility at club and international level. But someone like De Ligt may expect a certain style of play.
 
Unread 23-05-2019, 07:53 PM
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Reckon they'd be better off with 3 Fredsters tbh.

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Unread 24-05-2019, 12:35 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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Well Shaw can play, so can Lindelof. But I don't think coaches who have clear ideas wait this long before implementing them. It's part of what worries me about Solskjaer. We're in an era where every manager is now a coach and a very detailed one. Fergie had already started to become unique in that regard but I'm not sure his qualities were sustainable with someone else.

It doesn't mean De Ligt can't be a success. Ferguson wasn't too bothered about playing out from the back. A defender who was great on the ball was a bonus. Yet Ferdinand still had a great career here, even if he has intimated he does wonder how he'd have enjoyed more creative responsibility at club and international level. But someone like De Ligt may expect a certain style of play.
As long as we get the rw sorted and maybe Shaw can push on (apparently starting his pre-season early) Fergie always had somebody playing from the back, with Pallister, Jonsen as well as Rio but yes, he didnít mind a punt up the wing. Desperately need to get rid of attitude with the incumbent shitc***s and with even four well placed recruits and a fresh pre-season, might manage 4th spot.
 
Unread 24-05-2019, 01:20 AM
Pepe le Pew
 
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Well Shaw can play, so can Lindelof. But I don't think coaches who have clear ideas wait this long before implementing them. It's part of what worries me about Solskjaer. We're in an era where every manager is now a coach and a very detailed one. Fergie had already started to become unique in that regard but I'm not sure his qualities were sustainable with someone else.

It doesn't mean De Ligt can't be a success. Ferguson wasn't too bothered about playing out from the back. A defender who was great on the ball was a bonus. Yet Ferdinand still had a great career here, even if he has intimated he does wonder how he'd have enjoyed more creative responsibility at club and international level. But someone like De Ligt may expect a certain style of play.
Most new managers aren't unable to sign anyone in their first transfer window. He may be the wrong appointment; lets at least give him one chance to bring some players in though.
 
Unread 24-05-2019, 05:13 AM
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Most new managers aren't unable to sign anyone in their first transfer window. He may be the wrong appointment; lets at least give him one chance to bring some players in though.
Regardless of signings, how does he want the team to play? What is his tactical vision?

We could all answer that question for Klopp, Sarri, Guardiola, Howe, Allardyce, Silva, Santo, Emery, Rogers, etc... I haven't a f***ing clue how Ole wants the team to play. I'm worried that he doesn't either.
 
Unread 24-05-2019, 07:47 AM
S/Side.Red
 
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Most new managers aren't unable to sign anyone in their first transfer window. He may be the wrong appointment; lets at least give him one chance to bring some players in though.
Many managers are hired midway through a season and are expected to demonstrate a change in the team's play before signing players. Signing players can be vital to getting it to work, but the tactical outlook should take shape quickly.

Klopp's influence was evident in his first game away at Spurs before he probably knew most of the players by name. Same for managers at smaller clubs such as Poch at Southampton and even Marco Silva at Hull. After six months under Ole we looked un-coached.
 
Unread 24-05-2019, 07:47 AM
Clownbones
 
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We really need to forget about Fergie and any attempts to replicate him.

He's gone. His time has gone.
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