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Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Originally posted by EdisonCavani EdisonCavani wrote:

He still has no midfield. Pogba being accommodated out on the left yesterday. Gave no protection to Shaw and Dalot. Matty Cash and John McGinn were burning the left side of United’s defence all day with their pace. 

Surely Sancho or Lingard make more sense out there.

Its worth reading OGS's comments after the game. He seems to struggle with responsibility for losing games, and always seems to have some 'turning point' ready for post match comments.
Agreed. If Sancho was there Cash would not have been bombing forward all the time. He probably knows Pogba in space takes too many touches so he would have a chance to track him back even with a head start. 
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Originally posted by EdisonCavani EdisonCavani wrote:

He still has no midfield. Pogba being accommodated out on the left yesterday. Gave no protection to Shaw and Dalot. Matty Cash and John McGinn were burning the left side of United’s defence all day with their pace. 

That’s the managers fault! He doesn’t seem to have a game plan, United rely on individual brilliance time and time again! How can any United fan still want Ole as manager?
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That’s the managers fault! He doesn’t seem to have a game plan, United rely on individual brilliance time and time again! How can any United fan still want Ole as manager?

I would assume its down to fans feeling the warm and fuzzies about a club legend. In his day he really was that player people wanted to do well. He appeared out of nowhere, and started banging goals in, spent a decade at the club, scored one of the club's most famous goals to secure the European Cup. Scored over 100 goals, and I suspect if injury had not really caught up with him in the finals years he would have played over 500 games. He also had a close relationship with the fans through MUST, and did well as Reserve team manager. But it has to be down to sentiment. At the moment he is struggling with a really deep pool of good players, and at the moment is conducting himself with a weird arrogance that his managerial record doesn't warrant. 
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The team are crying out for a midfielder but instead the club owners by a celebrity goal scorer who just makes the balance of the team worse. Scoring goals wasn't an issue last season.


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Originally posted by Artie Ziff Artie Ziff wrote:

The team are crying out for a midfielder but instead the club owners by a celebrity goal scorer who just makes the balance of the team worse. Scoring goals wasn't an issue last season.



No doubt a midfielder should have been the main priority but United were right to sing Ronaldo especially with Cavani picking up niggling injuries, Martial has been Space Jam’d.
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Originally posted by Artie Ziff Artie Ziff wrote:

The team are crying out for a midfielder but instead the club owners by a celebrity goal scorer who just makes the balance of the team worse. Scoring goals wasn't an issue last season.



They were forced into action to prevent him going to City!
That would have been serious trouble for them if he had went there and was banging them in and leading City in their continued domination of Manchester 
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Originally posted by SteoC SteoC wrote:

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the highest win per centage record of any Manchester United manager in history. He has also achieved that by turning over the mess of squad he inherited and by signing 17 teenagers to regenerate the academy. He is doing a brilliant job but the best of his work has yet to be seen as most of his best players are young and the teen talent such as those he stole from Real Madrid, Barcelona, Man City and Liverpool academies have yet to even step up to the first team. He's gonna be United manager for a long, long time. And those who can't see how great a job he has done (he has literally turned the whole atmosphere at the club around from the board, through to the training ground, through the dressing-room, through the supporters) only can't see it because their minds are too focused on the present. Ole is building for the future. If you can't see that, it's simply because you don't know enough about the great job he is doing.




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Originally posted by SteoC SteoC wrote:

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the highest win per centage record of any Manchester United manager in history. He has also achieved that by turning over the mess of squad he inherited and by signing 17 teenagers to regenerate the academy. He is doing a brilliant job but the best of his work has yet to be seen as most of his best players are young and the teen talent such as those he stole from Real Madrid, Barcelona, Man City and Liverpool academies have yet to even step up to the first team. He's gonna be United manager for a long, long time. And those who can't see how great a job he has done (he has literally turned the whole atmosphere at the club around from the board, through to the training ground, through the dressing-room, through the supporters) only can't see it because their minds are too focused on the present. Ole is building for the future. If you can't see that, it's simply because you don't know enough about the great job he is doing.



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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Originally posted by SteoC SteoC wrote:

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the highest win per centage record of any Manchester United manager in history. He has also achieved that by turning over the mess of squad he inherited and by signing 17 teenagers to regenerate the academy. He is doing a brilliant job but the best of his work has yet to be seen as most of his best players are young and the teen talent such as those he stole from Real Madrid, Barcelona, Man City and Liverpool academies have yet to even step up to the first team. He's gonna be United manager for a long, long time. And those who can't see how great a job he has done (he has literally turned the whole atmosphere at the club around from the board, through to the training ground, through the dressing-room, through the supporters) only can't see it because their minds are too focused on the present. Ole is building for the future. If you can't see that, it's simply because you don't know enough about the great job he is doing.



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Originally posted by SteoC SteoC wrote:

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the highest win per centage record of any Manchester United manager in history.



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Originally posted by SteoC SteoC wrote:

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the highest win per centage record of any Manchester United manager in history.
Possibly, back when Fergie won titles with 75-80 points.

Not enough nowadays
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Originally posted by BrendanD88 BrendanD88 wrote:

Originally posted by Artie Ziff Artie Ziff wrote:

The team are crying out for a midfielder but instead the club owners by a celebrity goal scorer who just makes the balance of the team worse. Scoring goals wasn't an issue last season.



No doubt a midfielder should have been the main priority but United were right to sing Ronaldo especially with Cavani picking up niggling injuries, Martial has been Space Jam’d.
 

I think his signing will be Ole's sacking the expectation to win the league and Champions League with him have gone right up. Varane, Sancho and a midfielder would have been the perfect summer and they would have a much better balanced team, providing the midfielder had worked out.  


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