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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Not surprised by the half time score line....
    2 nil down already..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengels View Post
    2 nil down already..
    Player power at work? Are United players trying to get LVG sacked? Chelsea winning after Jose got sacked..

    Can't see how United can come back from this

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    Giggsy at the touchline while LVG sits on his a** with his clipboard..

    Time for him to go

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    Hope to hear the news of LVG sacked by the time I wake up in the morning..

    Surely the Glazers are running out of patience and how can they trust LVG with more millions in the January transfer window..

    I dun understand how LVG gets more time than Moyes.. Moyes didn't even get a chance to "create" his own team.. LVG got rid of a lot of players and bought so many players..

    Time for LVG to go..

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengels View Post
    Hope to hear the news of LVG sacked by the time I wake up in the morning..

    Surely the Glazers are running out of patience and how can they trust LVG with more millions in the January transfer window..

    I dun understand how LVG gets more time than Moyes.. Moyes didn't even get a chance to "create" his own team.. LVG got rid of a lot of players and bought so many players..

    Time for LVG to go..
    Let him go.. let him go..

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    Your team is 2-0 down, and yet you still sit motionless. You have zero passion for the club you managed. You should go.
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    I feel hopeless....

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    Still half season to go. I don't know if I have enough courage to watch the rest of Man Utd matches.

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    Sack sack sack sack sack!!!

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    LVG to receive the dreaded vote of confidence from MUFC board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrei78 View Post

    Hope he wake up soon and stop his possession football!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vengels View Post
    Player power at work? Are United players trying to get LVG sacked? Chelsea winning after Jose got sacked..

    Can't see how United can come back from this

    Hope not but then ... just wish not to be the next chelsea as it is not very healthy for the team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    LVG to receive the dreaded vote of confidence from MUFC board?
    Most likely ... haizz...

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    JOSE MOURINHO is in no mood to take time away from football — and released a statement to that effect yesterday. The former Chelsea manager intends to remain in England with his family as he assesses options for his next job.

    Mourinho, who led Chelsea to three Premier League titles, is aware that Manchester United are considering replacing Louis van Gaal and is attracted to the idea of taking over at Old Trafford, where Van Gaal is under even greater pressure after yesterday’s 2-1 home defeat by Norwich.


    JM stay in England

    Everybody seems so keen on JM but Why should we get a 2 season manager? then look for another on the 3rd ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    JOSE MOURINHO is in no mood to take time away from football — and released a statement to that effect yesterday. The former Chelsea manager intends to remain in England with his family as he assesses options for his next job.

    Mourinho, who led Chelsea to three Premier League titles, is aware that Manchester United are considering replacing Louis van Gaal and is attracted to the idea of taking over at Old Trafford, where Van Gaal is under even greater pressure after yesterday’s 2-1 home defeat by Norwich.


    JM stay in England

    Everybody seems so keen on JM but Why should we get a 2 season manager? then look for another on the 3rd ...
    it's rare to find a top manager these days who will stay for the long haul. that's the reason why MUFC went for Moyes, he had the potential to be the new SAF and helm MUFC for the next 10 years. too bad that didn't work out. Guardiola, Mourinho etc are managers that don't really stay long, they collect their titles then move on to other challenges. MUFC might be better off searching for the manager who can emulate SAF. Most likely a young, talented manager from the British Isles who can get Man U playing great attacking football again. Eddie Howe, perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    it's rare to find a top manager these days who will stay for the long haul. that's the reason why MUFC went for Moyes, he had the potential to be the new SAF and helm MUFC for the next 10 years. too bad that didn't work out. Guardiola, Mourinho etc are managers that don't really stay long, they collect their titles then move on to other challenges. MUFC might be better off searching for the manager who can emulate SAF. Most likely a young, talented manager from the British Isles who can get Man U playing great attacking football again. Eddie Howe, perhaps?

    Nowadays with the demand for instant results everywhere its rather difficult for managers like Howe to be with the top club ... unless he can impact the way JM does ... if not ...

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    Manchester United hold crisis talks with Wayne Rooney leading stars asking boss Louis van Gaal to change his methods


    Louis van Gaal held crisis talks with senior Manchester United players following last Saturday's disastrous 2-1 defeat against Norwich City at Old Trafford.
    United captain Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick, Chris Smalling and Juan Mata were among the most vocal players involved in the full and frank discussion with the Dutchman.


    Hope will have better outcome.

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    IMO, bottomline, its LVG style of play which is not suited for MU legacy of attacking football. Possession football does not win EPL. If you cannot score, you cannot be EPL champions, this is modern football. LVG style i felt is outdated. What's the point of possessing 70% of the game and not scoring any goals. I hope a change is imminent and forthcoming, otherwise, LVG cannot management style will not change overnight and forever, we are really in danger of losing out top 4 and UCL next season. Hope MU board see its clearly and don't wait anymore. Replace LVG is the only option and solution regardless of us winning at Stoke City on boxing day.

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    Merry Christmas to all MU fans and a good and fruitful 2016 for MU. May our fortune change for the better and lift EPL title this season.

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