Right so my point was... United have fallen. They can't attract the top managers. If Ten Haag was their man and he wanted the job he wouldn't hesitate to leave Ajax.Well that was not really the answer to my question but we are not years ago. It has become a much more global game with a lot more money in it.
There are now very few people on here you are arguing with in terms of Ole being replaced. Our last two coaches have been LVG and Jose, who were very well respected. Pretty sure if United wanted to get Rodgers or Ten Haag they would probably get them, they just might have to wait to the end of the season.Right so my point was... United have fallen. They can't attract the top managers. If Ten Haag was their man and he wanted the job he wouldn't hesitate to leave Ajax.
The simple reality is... If United want to compete they need to change the manager. That's a fact. They cannot continue with Ole as manager because things aren't going to change. Sorry he's a nice guy and a club legend but he's out of his depth.
Sorry, I didn't understand your first point. Are you referring to Murtough and Fletcher?Ok. I would argue that we do not need two people doing that. Secondly what vision and style are we trying to achieve?
I feel we are seeing precious little of that at United.
You did not misunderstand because I am not sure I truly understood what our definition of a DOF is in comparison to other teams.Sorry, I didn't understand your first point. Are you referring to Murtough and Fletcher?
I'm not sure we're organised enough currently to have a distinct style. What I'd hope is that it's being worked on in the background so we don't have to rely solely on the next coach to work things out.
I always struggle with the way the hierarchy is structure at United to be honest.
Incidentally what would you say the job description of a director of football is?
Why wait until the next game?
Beating Watford means nothing.
Twice in a week he’s ditched his new 3-4-1-2 system by half time it clearly isn’t going to work against a half decent team.
If this club was serious about winning he’d be gone by Monday but they aren’t and he will keep his job.
The performances are somehow worse than the results it is game over for him.
Where’s Fletcher and Murtough in this decision making process?
These two where appointed football directors within this new structure.
There’s no shame in sacking a manager there is shame in not having the bottle to sack a manager.