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MOURINHO LEAVES
iHEARTfootball 6 months ago
Manchester United 35 753

Very surprised by this, even when I wanted him to leave. It says a lot when you lose a derby game, but there's a lot more to it with this exit. Good riddance or bad timing? Let's go~

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Gennady 6 months ago Edited
Manchester United, Russia 265 3362

FINALLY!!! I'm already looking forward to the next match, as I know it won't be boring Mourinho style football.

Who's next?

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FINALLY!!! I'm already looking forward to the next match, as I know it won't be boring Mourinho style football.

Who's next?

ForeverBayern 6 months ago
Bayern Munich, Germany 5 116

about time...

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quikzyyy 6 months ago
Arsenal 407 7668

Very surprised by this

how?

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iHEARTfootball 6 months ago
Manchester United 35 753

I'm liking the idea of Zidane to be honest.

how?

. The outcome would've been the same, however. but the timing of it all was surprising.

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tuan_jinn 6 months ago Edited
Manchester United, Netherlands 184 6457

I'm surprise too. Just because of the stupid contract and huge amount of $ the club would have to pay, Im not sure about the details though

I'm fine for it to go till the end of the season. The timing might sound a bit weird, but may be if the right coach comes in, we might have a chance in CL. :D who knows...

Best of luck Jose. It ends bad, but I do hope you change and find your best self again!

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I'm surprise too.

I'm fine for it to go till the end of the season. The timing might sound a bit weird, but may be if the right coach comes in, we might have a chance in CL. :D who knows...

Best of luck Jose. It ends bad, but I do hope you change and find your best self again!

_Pelle_ 6 months ago
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It feels all of a sudden like Man Utd are a bigger threat to PSG.

Just want to remind some ppl... Pep has at least never been fired like Mou has been, more than once. Another reason why Pep>Mou.

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Ledley 6 months ago
Celtic, Australia 26 985

Feels like a national holiday. Manchester United HAS BEEN liberated.

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Ledley 6 months ago
Celtic, Australia 26 985

It feels all of a sudden like Man Utd are a bigger threat to PSG.

You are probably right Pele.

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_Pelle_ 6 months ago Edited
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Another thing is that the board of Man Utd isn’t really getting any medal of honour. All the managers they have brought in and then fired, and all the expensive players they bought and didn’t really fit in, makes the longterm strategies seem very dubious.

Post SAF Man Utd have struggled to find a clear identity. They need a very clear one before signing a manager long term. Every one knows what to expect from clubs like Barca, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Juventus etc. in terms of identity (may it be on the pitch, culturally, behavior in transfer market etc etc). But Man Utd feels like a club that wants everything and at the same time that doesn’t really knows what it wants. IMO

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Another thing is that the board of Man Utd isn’t really getting medal of honour. All the managers they have brought in and then fired, and all the expensive players they bought and didn’t really fit in, makes the longterm strategies seem very dubious.

Eden17Hazard17 6 months ago
Chelsea FC 156 4223

Let Michael Carrot take the reigns.

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expertfootball11 6 months ago
Real Madrid, France 62 2613

I find it kind of unfair... I thought they would do the same as what with Wenger. It is too late to fix the season for MU, hardly believe they will beat PSG

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_Pelle_ 6 months ago Edited
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@expertfootball11: maybe, maybe not... but do you remember how Chelsea suddenly played well after Mou was fired? Just saying ;)

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@expertfootball11: maybe, matbe not... but do you remember how Chelsea suddenly played well after Mou was fired there? Just saying ;)

@expertfootball11: maybe, maybe not... but do you remember how Chelsea suddenly played well after Mou was fired there? Just saying ;)

JozeV2 6 months ago
Chelsea, Greece 4 181

As stated above about time that would happen.

The mediocre season will just continue if you ask me unless a miracle happens.

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SunFlash 6 months ago
Manchester United, USA 16 3012

Agree with @joze.

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liomessi10 6 months ago
Barcelona, Argentina 221 3047

well, that took a bit long..

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quikzyyy 6 months ago
Arsenal 407 7668

David Moyes' initial contract as Manchester United manager still has five months to run.

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tuan_jinn 6 months ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 184 6457

22.5 M???????

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trimind 6 months ago
Manchester United, Canada 3 533

Put one of the youth coach in charge and we will see what happens. I am all in for McKenna or Carrick or Butt to take charge and we will see the response. If the first team can't do it, which I believed in their strong response, then put the youth to the team.

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Jimbet 6 months ago
Arsenal, Malaysia 10 1271

so....... Wenger in? Anyone? XD

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iHEARTfootball 6 months ago Edited
Manchester United 35 753

If Carrick decides to take the chance, then I'd say go for it. Like others said, there's really nothing else we can do at this point.

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If Carrick decides to take the chance, then I'd say go for it. Like others said, there really nothing else we can do at this point.