Manchester United has announced that Jose Mourinho has left the Club

Description: Manchester United has announced that Jose Mourinho has left the Club. Disappointing that Mourinho has been sacked. We're losing our identity as a club and that has much more to do with the board than anyone else. Woodward has been in charge for 3 managers now and has consistently failed to provide the levels of investment and transfer activity required. He is the number 1 problem at the club by a country mile.

Manchester United has announced that Jose Mourinho has left the Club. Disappointing that Mourinho has been sacked. We're losing our identity as a club and that has much more to do with the board than anyone else. Woodward has been in charge for 3 managers now and has consistently failed to provide the levels of investment and transfer activity required. He is the number 1 problem at the club by a country mile.


 As Neville and Keane were saying at the end of the Liverpool match; this is bigger than the manager.


Then you have the manner in which the managers have been removed. Moyes was barely given a year and hardly any investment. Van Gaal had just won the FA Cup and was bringing through decent youngsters. Mourinho had already won two trophies and just finished second to one of the best teams the PL had ever seen; despite chronic underinvestment for several years.

For years City have outspent United, and Pep already took over the best group of individuals in the Premier League. Chelsea have outspent us for two consecutive seasons and the lack of investment culminated in the farce of the transfer window last year where we were outspent by the footballing financial powerhouses Everton, Leicester, West Ham, and Fulham.

We're becoming a sacking club and I find this thoroughly disappointing.



Having said that, Mourinho certainly hasn't helped himself. He's constantly marginalised players of genuine quality that need guidance rather than a public shoeing, his style of play has been non-existent (I mean, can any football fans even say "how United play"? I'm a fan and watch them almost every single game and I can't), and his decision making in matches has been incredibly poor. It took until the 75th minute for him to bring on Anthony Martial, one of our most talented attacking players, against a Liverpool that could have been beaten at half-time. Instead, he brings on Fellaini; who is an impact sub at best.

Like I said, really disappointed with the decision because 70% of the issues are not Mourinho and it just undermines everything I, and a lot of United fans, thought that the club stands for. We'll get another manager in, invest a lot of money in the first season, and then expect whoever he is to miraculously win the league playing the best football ever.

Never going to happen. There isn't another Ferguson; he was the best football manager of all time. The board and certain United fans would do well to remember that.

Since Sir Alex Ferguson left Manchester, the coaches who have taken charge are-

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David Moyes
Louis Van Gaal
Jose Mourinho
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The first one built Everton, second one was one of the world's best, came after an amazing World Cup with Netherlands and coached clubs like Barcelona & Bayern. And the third one, who just got sacked, won 2 Trebles & coached Madrid, Inter, Chelsea. But none of them got success. Atleast two of them were high profile coaches. Then why they failed ?
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Pep won nothing in his 1st season but yet City board showed him support & took the market by storm. Klopp hasn't won anything but yet LFC saw improvement & supported him. And here, when Jose's team came 2nd last season, he asked for a Top CB, two fullbacks, a winger. But he didn't get them & they struggled.
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Jose shouldn't be blamed alone. United's board should get the same amount of blame too.

The problem isn't just the manager. The season SAF retired David Gill 


The problem isn't just the manager. The season SAF retired David Gill  also stood down the same year as CEO of the club and that left a massive vacuum of footballing knowledge at Board Room level. Woodward was brought in, who to his credit has revolutionized the commercial side of football. However, his naivety within the footballing industry is there for all to see in terms of how we have conducted transfer negotiations etc. under his stewardship.
There needs to be major changes across the higher levels of the club as well as at the management level. As Gary Neville said "The Club needs a reset!" If we bring in another manager and don't address the issues at the top then we are in for the same cycle over and over again.

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