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    Congrates to MU fan, it's celebration time

    IMO hiring DM is already the big mistake by the board. Tell me what credential he had to command the best team in England and some say Europe? Even the subs won more trophy than DM, so how would they convince on his strategy? When their voices are unheard, the best thing to do is to get him sack on the pitch, this is exactly what happened right now and explained one bad record broken after another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images View Post
    Jose Mourinho trying his hardest to get fired by Roman Abramovich so he could apply for a new job position in a vacancy that has recently just opened up.
    He is asking his boss to approve his "weak team strategy." This is the real football genius.
    http://www.cityam.com/article/139821...k-team-anfield
    Mourinho wants permission to pick weak team at Anfield
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    All Mourinho needs to do is lose the rest of the games and shouldn't be too far off... lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    All Mourinho needs to do is lose the rest of the games and shouldn't be too far off... lol...
    I think his talent is to get terminated by current employer while being perceived as talented by the next prospective employer without any hint of incompetence. That is a special skill.
    Losing per se is easy, just look at Moyes.
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    The legend is back!


    Scholes back to assist Giggs


    Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville were today assisted by former team-mate and Reds legend Paul Scholes at the Aon Training Complex.

    Giggs was placed in temporary charge of the first team on Tuesday and was joined at this morning's training session by Butt, Neville and Scholes following the departures of David Moyes, Steve Round and Jimmy Lumsden.

    This season Butt has been working with United's Under-19s and Under-21s as a technical coach, while Scholes assisted him during the Reds youngsters' UEFA Youth League campaign earlier this season.

    Giggs, Butt, Neville and Scholes have collectively made 2,453 appearances for United, while Ryan is still registered as a player of course and could feature in the remaining four matches of the season against Norwich, Sunderland, Hull and Southampton.

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    I'm so glad the glazers are impatient and this happened
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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    The legend is back!


    Scholes back to assist Giggs


    Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville were today assisted by former team-mate and Reds legend Paul Scholes at the Aon Training Complex.

    Giggs was placed in temporary charge of the first team on Tuesday and was joined at this morning's training session by Butt, Neville and Scholes following the departures of David Moyes, Steve Round and Jimmy Lumsden.

    This season Butt has been working with United's Under-19s and Under-21s as a technical coach, while Scholes assisted him during the Reds youngsters' UEFA Youth League campaign earlier this season.

    Giggs, Butt, Neville and Scholes have collectively made 2,453 appearances for United, while Ryan is still registered as a player of course and could feature in the remaining four matches of the season against Norwich, Sunderland, Hull and Southampton.

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    you mean Red Devils legend. Reds legend are Ian Rush and Suarez
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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    I think his talent is to get terminated by current employer while being perceived as talented by the next prospective employer without any hint of incompetence. That is a special skill.
    Losing per se is easy, just look at Moyes.
    Special skill needed and the only one to do it is none other then the Special one! lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    you mean Red Devils legend. Reds legend are Ian Rush and Suarez
    lol... no Reds being mentioned ... no doubt Ian Rush is but Suarez still way behind Rush...

    ok correction .. reds legend is mentioned.
    Last edited by melvin; 23rd April 2014 at 09:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    lol... no Reds being mentioned ... no doubt Ian Rush is but Suarez still way behind Rush...

    ok correction .. reds legend is mentioned.
    Suarez by himself has almost outscored entire teams. not to mention those crazy movement. even Robbie Fowler is not that terrifying
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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Special skill needed and the only one to do it is none other then the Special one! lol...
    Ha ha, only the Special One.

    Only Jose Mourinho could follow Sir Alex - Gary Lineker
    http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/27119818

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    Too bad MU cannot afford Beckenbauer or Scolari who manage or coach World Cup winning teams. Even if MU can afford them, both would reject, as the MU footballers are not good enough - they are many grades below World Cup winning teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    Ha ha, only the Special One.

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    if Liverpool win the EPL title this season, then Man U should seriously consider hiring Brendan Rogers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    if Liverpool win the EPL title this season, then Man U should seriously consider hiring Brendan Rogers.
    Whatever it takes to win.

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    Like in the corporate world, it is never the best that will be appreciated but how the political game is played. Players gang up to push for own agenda and pressure manager to select people in their gang. I am sure some very good skillful players don't get any chance when nobody pass them the ball!

    This is less obvious when you see the same players in national team.

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    Sacked Manchester United boss David Moyes 'furious and disgusted' with the club
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/footba...sacked-3444252

    "Manchester United Unprofessional in Moyes Sacking, says LMA Chief"
    http://www.goal.com/en-my/news/3890/...cking-says-lma
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/footba...united-3446148

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    Quote Originally Posted by An drew View Post
    Whatever it takes to win.
    that would only work if Man U players are like Liverpool players in their mindset. LFC loyalty ethic very strong. The players would never put the manager to the sword like United did to poor David Moyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    that would only work if Man U players are like Liverpool players in their mindset. LFC loyalty ethic very strong. The players would never put the manager to the sword like United did to poor David Moyes.
    They only want to get rich fast

    http://www.goal.com/en/slideshow/670...rich-list-2014


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    I heard Rafa going to Manchester United.
    Eat breath LIVERPOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post

    that would only work if Man U players are like Liverpool players in their mindset. LFC loyalty ethic very strong. The players would never put the manager to the sword like United did to poor David Moyes.
    Are you sure about that ?
    What happended to hodgson then ?

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