Rooney hands in another transfer.
The change of manager does not appear to have changed his mind then. I think therefore it is time for him to move on. I was just listening to Talk Sport in the kitchen a short while ago and they thought that Chelsea was the most likely destination, if MUFC do decide to sell him. However, whether they would sell him to one of our leading rivals is debatable.
Anyway, lets not talk about Rooney today. My wife was crying before when SAF made his speech. Good luck, good health, and thanks for the last 26 years.
He thrived on the challenge of emulating Sir Matt and creating a true united legacy.
Now it's up DM to step-up and keep the red flag flying high.
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Meanwhile it looks like Mancini has been sacked...
Man City fans will be well pleased! Lol
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I just understand sacking managers,is it his fault certain star players fail to play to their potential?
Still.....he picks the team so i guess the buck stops with him.
Just goes to show an open cheque book is not the answer
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I'm getting totally fed-up with all negative comments I've heard on the radio, TV...sure Moyes hasn't any real experience in Europe. But if they were to flip the debate around, what top manager would've bettered Moyes record at Everton, given the limited budget?
That question will only be answered once a replacement for Moyes (assuming, of course, Moyes is unveiled as Man U manager) is employed.
Laudrup and Swansea have silverware already.
Moyes is a failure and will be cashing in big time in 12 months.
What a pathetic comment about Moyes. Don't tell me, your a bitter Blue nose.
Personally, I think Moyes did a great job at Everton, and given support, will do a similar one at United. Yes, the expectations are higher, and I'm not quite sure I agree with Fergie about the quality of the squad he is passing on, but I've believed for some time that Moyes was the man to take over.
As a Liverpool supporter, some of this has been hard to say, but Moyes should be resepected for the job he has done at Everton, and should be supported 100%, he deserves that much.
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I work with a lot of Man City fans and they love Mancini to a man. He is a very popular manager. As it is looking more and more likely that he will be leaving the club, then I reckon the new manager (Pellegrini if the papers are right) will have a harder job than Moyes at MUFC to get the fans on board.
However, whilst the treatment of Mancini at the moment is very poor by the powers that be at Man City, lets not forget the shameful way that Mark Hughes was sacked in 2009 after a game whilst Mancini was stood waiting in the stands for the axe to fall. What goes around, comes around.
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Does anyone want to hear the old joke about Beckham and Fergie? It's clean BTW.
Anyway, what was not so clean was Fergie's language. A popular anectdote in Aberdeen is that during his tenure as manager at Aberdeen (Cup Winners Cup, erm, winners in 1983) Aberdeen FC had to move their training ground on account of Fergie's language.
The training ground used to be right next door to the very posh (for Aberdeen, anyway) St, Margeret's School for Girls. The language was so bad, and St. Margeret's also owned the land, that the team had to move.
Oh, St. Margeret's most famous former pupil? Annie Lennox.
Yep, my brother in law and his family are all Man City supporters and love Mancini. Seems like a crazy decision.
And it bites...
Nope, I'm a happy Liverpool supporter.
Someone said to me today "There's a scouser with a wish left somewhere, after Thatch passing away and Taggart retiring".
I disagree. His 3rd wish was for Moyes to take the helm!
I wouldn't say he's done a bad job, but if Everton get Martinez they will be going up a managerial level imo.
But I agree with Whelan. Martinez will probably wait until a big club comes along
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