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Moaninho.
2-0 to Toon Army after 10 minutes.
 

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Reports earlier today that he was gonna be a goner win, lose, or draw this evening. Mon the Toon!
 

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It looks like the players want shot of him........which means his arse is grass.
 

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Not just yet then.


I cannae stand the arrogant fud to be honest. He exudes Hunnery for me.
 

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Zidane to replace when the time comes?
I heard that months ago. It wouldn't surprise me but why would he want the hassle?

He's no ties with them, he's minted, his managerial record is phenomenal and all the other stuff. I can't see why he would take on what's become a nothing more than run of the mill billionaires play thing.

Will he be as good as Sir Alex Ferguson? NO.

Why should he put his reputation on the line and become a failure?
 

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Zidane linked with Juve too. Makes far more sense
 

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I heard that months ago. It wouldn't surprise me but why would he want the hassle?

He's no ties with them, he's minted, his managerial record is phenomenal and all the other stuff. I can't see why he would take on what's become a nothing more than run of the mill billionaires play thing.

Will he be as good as Sir Alex Ferguson? NO.

Why should he put his reputation on the line and become a failure?
Could have said all of that about Mourinho as well..
Man U are one of the biggest and most famous clubs on the planet. Any top manager would be keen to go there if there was a vacancy IMO.
 

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Could have said all of that about Mourinho as well..
Man U are one of the biggest and most famous clubs on the planet. Any top manager would be keen to go there if there was a vacancy IMO.
His representatives have apparently said that the challenge of winning the premiership doesn't appeal to Zidane.

Although I think if they were in like city or Chelsea's shoes. He'd take the job.
 

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His representatives have apparently said that the challenge of winning the premiership doesn't appeal to Zidane.

Although I think if they were in like city or Chelsea's shoes. He'd take the job.
Although rumours to the effect that Abramovich wants to offload Chelsea as he’s no longer welcome in most of Europe.


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Although rumours to the effect that Abramovich wants to offload Chelsea as he’s no longer welcome in most of Europe.


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I meant the clubs themselves... As in not rife with rumours of player revolutions, managers unhappy with transfer policies, more than a few years of underachieving.. Etc and so forth.

Still a massive club, huge name and all the other superlatives. But doesn't carry the same appeal just now.
 

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I meant the clubs themselves... As in not rife with rumours of player revolutions, managers unhappy with transfer policies, more than a few years of underachieving.. Etc and so forth.

Still a massive club, huge name and all the other superlatives. But doesn't carry the same appeal just now.
I get what you mean - City & Chelsea are the kind of clubs where a manager can walk in and start working with squad straight away. Man Utd have so many problems that it’s not going to be an easy fix.

The big difference is a proper football structure, Man Utd haven’t moved on in that regard.