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Forgive my ignorance here, but why are so many people coming out and criticizing the Moyes sacking? You have clubs all over Europe that have axed managers left and right.

And here we are, after a horrid season, one severely under-performing team "led" by an unequally clueless and under-performing manager...we sack him and the whole footballing world goes berserk?
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Most people are criticizing the way we sacked him. It wasnt nice. Moyes had to find out from the media that he was being sacked. There was a leak from our side and media knew about it a day before. Ferguson retirement was also leaked. We may have a mole problem at the club.
The way we sacked him? LOL he was told face to face that he was sacked in a meeting.

Stop believing the media nonsense,I don't see anything wrong in the manner we sacked him.
I also wondering what is this fuss. 7th in the table broke all kind of records. I think at least we gave him 10 months after serious of poor performances. If I am not mistaken Woodward had a meeting he talked face to face regarding his sacking. People are getting sack after way more good performance than this,
http://www.footytube.com/news/guardian/david-moyes-ignored-manchester-united-staffs-advice-says-meulensteen-L30775?ref=hp_trendian

Harsh but most likely true.
Any credence to the rumours that pep wants out of Bayern? If so, would you want him at United?

It's hard to argue with his trophy cabinet but I personally can get pretty bored of the 900-passes/game tactics.
Not the biggest fan of the football his teams play. I prefer the more direct approach by Klopp.
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no and no
I would say thank but no thank, I don't want my team to play those boring tika crap
Not his fan either..probably would f**k off in half a season citing pressure..lol
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pep wouldnt want to coach at united, he's only looking for easy club to manage (club that already has a very strong squad with at least 50% chance of winning the domestic title)

and i dont want pep in united anyway... that guy is a lunatic who cares more about his image than the club
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f**k Pep. Dirty bitch
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young would love to have him at United..he will finally be able to land the oscar dethroning biscuit and shoelace.
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@Theatreofdream you might had add another 40% lol
I don't want him,I don't like his style of football.Would bore me to hell if I watch United playing with him being the manager :p
https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/t1.0-9/10172843_1024063900967159_4951022077797965318_n.jpg

Ah i'd love to see this face at OT one day
https://twitter.com/FunnyFootballll/status/459345127366860801/photo/1

LoL this fan got the job done :3
I just sighed and shook my head, what a fool... Lol.
That's peter ;)
Prophet i'm disappointed. My skin is nowhere near that white and pasty.
I admit i have a few tattoo regrets but this ain't me for sure lol
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Did you say tattoo ragrets? ;)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjkLKKgOMRY
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Rakitic has created 9 chances for his team vs Valencia.
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after moyes sacking, and without anything to play for, the season is over for me already.
although I am excited to see Gigg's four games in charge, without the normal end-of-season run-in to give me satisfaction I'm already looking forward to next season - and that means the usual silly season. only this time we've got a new manager to find as part of the transfer window, which arguably is the most important in our history.
happily woodward at least should be a year wiser.
The season has been over since the 2nd leg Bayern game
http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11667/9281287/no-contact-from-manchester-united-says-borussia-dortmund-coach-jurgen-klopp

so i think it's a dead end but i hear so many say it's a come get me plea. .________.

am i being naive or are these other fans in severe denial? lol
I actually think Van Gaal might be better than Klopp for what we need right now. We have too many big personalities in our squad and VG would be ideal to tame them and bring them a sense of reality. Having a hard ass like Fergie would quicken our comeback, someone who doesn't tolerate player power. Klopp while a fantastic manager would need time to put his mark on the team and time is something neither the glazers nor our fans have to wait out.

VG has managed some of the biggest primadonnas in football. His experience in our case would be vital so as to get back on track without much transition. He is 62 and could go on for 4-5 yrs by which Fergie's legacy wouldn't be a burden on any new manager and that's when if Giggs, Neville or the Class of 92' have had enough experience they can takeover.
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"The only condition which must be filled, and it is more important than contracts, is that all of those involved have to have the feeling that I am the right coach for this team. As long as that is the case, I don't have to think about anything."

You definitely don't have to think about anything Klopp, there is no better coach for Dortmund then you and the Owners know it as well.
I think its a dead end as well SiF.

But i can see why some people look at it as a come and get me plea as well, but i do think Klopp is a very sincere guy, if he says he has made a commitment then he will stick by it.

Although i think its clear that the majority of the fanbase want him, he's the only manager to be openly questioned on the position, twice in fact, i think Klopp is more than aware that the wind is behind him for the OT seat.

Whether the board will pursue him based on him being the fan favourite is a different question entirely.

I do agree with Prophet as well, as much as i adore Klopp it might not be the right time for him neither, we need a hardarse, i think Van Gaal has got that big club arrogance that will get this house in order.
I'm also on the same boat with you guys. Klopp is the perfect guy for United, he ticks all the boxes.
Only reason I want him now, is in fear of some other club taking the Initiative and getting his signature.

Eventhough his tenures have mostly been short term, van Gaal is good at building solid foundations and has the experience and audacity to drag the club through this difficult transition.

I believe the best time someone like Klopp could come in is after van Gaal has finished his work here. He did the same at Bayern, after Klinsmann left. Leaving a strong core and foundation behind, which Heynckes took full advantage off and now so is Pep as well.
im not convinced. not only do his teams have slow starts in the league, he managed to have barcelona hover 3 points above the relegation zone in january one season. how shocking is that?
@SIF Who do you want us to sign?
GIggs for manager

who supports this
i would like to say in response, that I am a brilliant carpenter. however, I am not qualified to own or run my own business.
+1
Giggs.
+1
http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/29326/9280384/gary-neville-manchester-united-dont-need-big-name-manager

Is he hinting sthing? Lol
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He has a point. Without reading the Fri le. You can look at guardiola, Wenger, mourinho and even rodgers. None of them had a massive reputation in management when they started. mourinho started of as a translator! You cant earn a reputation unless you are given a shot.

I am not saying we should hire someone like giggs full time, but if we did he could be successful.
+1
Giggs could be successful but he could be another Moyes.

Big risk signing someone who has no experience in Management.
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One thing to consider as a big club. Why take the risk on your own when you can just let a mid or bottom table club take the risk, taking them when they prove themselves? This is the privilege of being a big club. Likewise when it comes to signing players.
Sthing ?
^That way you can sign illustrious managers like roy hodgson, david moyes, andre villas boas.. i actually think giggs will be a decent interim coach, no pressure on him because theres no expectations for him to work miracles. he knows the team far better than any outsider and the team has massive respect for him. only recent player i can think of to do the job better would be scholes.


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