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The dutch media claims that the 2 Glazer brothers flew to Portugal to meet Van Gaal, 11 days ago. So,that means Moyes's fate was already decided right after we got knocked out by the Germans.
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The Independent seem to think it was decided in February after the Olympiakos defeat.

I don't think we will ever know what really happened, perhaps it will all come out in the coming weeks but there was a lot more going on behind the scenes and on the training ground at Old Trafford then we're aware of.
But you only approach another manager, if you know you are going to sack your current manager. As soon as they knew that our only chance to be in champions league next season which was by winning the CL, was dashed by Bayern, Moyes's time was up.

Probably, had we lost the 2nd leg against Olympiakos, it would have been decided already.
After leaving Bayern, this guy Van Gaal went on to win the Dutch league with a midtable side AZ Alkamaar, which is quite and an achievement. With the players at his disposal at United, he can sure do a lot better.

He preferably likes playing 4-3-3. So how does our team look like with that formation? Does that mean bye bye to kagawa? He sure will play his countryman RVP up front, so Rooney to the wing? Where's Mata gonna fit in there?
Yeah he prefers 4-3-3 but he also said it depends on the players he has at his disposal. Regardless of whatever system he plays he won't be able to fit all of RVP, Rooney, Mata, Kagawa and Adnan in one lineup. There is gonna be atleast one of those players who would miss the starting XI.

RVP would be a sure starter cause he gets along with him very well also made him the dutch captain so he is gonna start upfront. On his left Rooney would start with Mata just behind them or coming in from the right.

The midfield 3 we might see couple of new CMs that he might want plus Carrick. He said he likes players with pace and workrate so that might make it hard for Kagawa to start in a midfield 3 unless he is supported by 2 very mobile, highly athletic ball winning/keeping midfielders.
So,that is almost sure that we will see very less of Kagawa and januzaj then. Talking about workrate, Mata was let go by Mou for not working hard enough and drifting from his given position. So, Mata's not safe either.
4 straight wins with Giggs in charge i guarentee it.
That still won't be enough to give him the permanent job.
Van Gaal said in an interview that whichever club he goes to he keeps one of the former coaches with him to help him out with players and the youth setup especially with what players he needs to consider. Saying that he cited the example of Badstuber, Muller and Alaba and how he gave them chances and practice with 1st team squad on the advise of a Bayern coach he kept. I think Giggs could do a similar and there is no one more familiar with everything at United than him.
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@Georgio

Several sources including the BBC are under the impression that Ryan Giggs is NOT under consideration for the full time position.

I think Giggs is destined to manage this club one day, no player is more steeped in the United way than him, but all in good time, he is not ready.
would be amazing if RYAN GIGGS puts himself in the starting 11 for the upcoming games and scores a goal or 2 to maintain his 'man of all seasons' tag
also, it'd let me to put up a status which'd say ''RYAN GIGGS - like a boss''
Or he sub himself on when we have a pen lol
So with Moysie gone. Do we have a backroom staff or did they get the same sack; and if so, who is giggs working with?
Giggy's gone from: Wonder boy > Cult Hero > Club Legend > Club Coach > United Interim Manager. Absolute Legend.
I think he has surpassed the legendary status and has become immortal along the likes of Sir Alex, Sir Matt Busby and Sir Bobby Charlton...all he needs is a "Sir"...lol which i am sure he'll get it.
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@Prophet , that would be great to see. Would love to see a statue of him and Scholsey outside of OT one day. Maybe something along these lines: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bl4FvRbCEAE607-.png
what if he becomes a manager like Conte or Simeone... and stays with us for another 25 years???
Class of '92 statue ;)
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moyes should'v been sacked after the liverpool game...it'd given giggs more time to prove himself
it'd be a dream come true if giggs along with scholes and gary manage/coach united
giggs who's won all as a player with the club winning all again and again as a manager
Damn, I wish we could get Klopp. Too bad he's not interested in the position. His coaching skills and his knack for working with a young team and finding you talent is amazing and I think it would fit right in here at United.
when will a step in coach or new coach be appointed? Van Gaal would definitely be interesting... hed definitely bring some spirit back into the team.
If you mean an interim manager , then Giggs will take over until the end of the season.

When our next manager will be announced , no one really knows. We can only assume that they'll try and announce one as early as possible, in order to get straight into our transfer dealings for the summer.
I will remember this historical time as the time Manchester United Football Club matured wholeheartedly into Manchester United Football Company, and the modern era of football as business.
For years, I have sentimentally held fast we were at least by the slightest degree, still about the football and the passion of the game and club.
I have little hope now that a new manager will find a way to hold onto our great club's traditions.
That we will continue to raise up top youth talent, be content with their abilities, keep them at our club, work them into the first team and support their efforts as they have a run at the mercenaries we call our rivals.
It is a sad day for football, indeed.
Nevertheless, I support Manchester United, as I always have:
Glory Glory Man United!




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Still when I seek inspiration I look for the United of 99. I have been a United supporter practically all my life and that ain't gonna change, yet I agree with you, United like the rest of the lot have turned into a moneywhoring machine, where someone like Rooney earns in a week what average British hardly make in 10 years and he doesn't give a f**k about the match anymore. Or even worse we pay 30 million pounds to transfer a microphone head with the tactical abilities of a fully grown up mushroom. So yes United of the old is gone.
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The day we were bought by "the Glazers",was evidently the day we lost our soul to money hungry businessman.

Sadly, it was always going to happen. It's no secret that Ferguson was a genius and his uncanny ability to continuously bring us the goods, meant that the
Glazers never had to get involved.

Over 600M of the club's money has gone towards their pockets, all the while investment was kept to a "bare minimum" , one could even say none existent all together.

As long as we were making millions in revenue, they could care less for what was happening on the football-side of things. As soon as the prospect of having financial losses arose, they hit the panic button.
The old Manchester United was long gone when Cleverly made that back pass instead of us attacking like the old us in the injury time and giving it all.
The only person I wanted to get fired before Moyes is Mike Dantoni whose the Lakers coach.
lol... such a parallel between both too.


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