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Is it time Jose went.?

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So United are well truly in the Jose 3rd season glitch.

After a Carabao cup exit to Derby and the defeat to West Ham and the training ground and dressing room bust up with Paul Pogba is it time for Jose to go .? Would you sack him ? 

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United fans have to be patient and give him more time, he's spent a lot of money and the players need to up themselves. It's another Wenger out situation where the fans are bringing down their own team.

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Honestly, I never felt he was the right man but I do think this highlights how much of a joke supporting a Premier League team has gotten and it extends down the the lower leagues. He needs time, the players need to wake up and adjust to what they're being asked.

Jose could do well if everyone pulled together, he's losing his marbles though.

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Going from Chelsea to Manchester united never seemed a good choice in the first place and it bound to make fans annoyed or upset over.

He hasnt had the same attitude to running manchester united as he did chelsea either, i think he shouldnt have got the job in the first place.

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59 minutes ago, Magic magpie said:

I think it’s time went after the draw last night .... he is just mugging the club and the fans off with his arrogance and attitude 

United have to stick with someone sooner or later.

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It hasn’t worked and with the squad they’ve assembled there, it’s time to pull the trigger I think. 

I know ZZ is the name people keep saying. I would say that’s a good choice, but I would also offer another. Get Rafa in from Newcastle. Great manager with class and style. Would love to see him with that squad!

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For me Jose has lost what made him so great, that charisma and attitude that he is the greatest, players in his Chelsea, Porto and inter years would run through brick walls for him, now he couldn't inspire a brick wall, he says he needs new defenders but he's already ploughed alot of money into that defence and it's no better than when he started, I think a new manager at united would give pogba a fresh lease of life to be the player he once was at juve where he was one of the best attacking midfielders in the world

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On 04/10/2018 at 12:51, ohstanleyaborah said:

I think a new manager at united would give pogba a fresh lease of life to be the player he once was at juve where he was one of the best attacking midfielders in the world.

I think if a new manager comes in, the recruitment must be spot on because they have hired the wrong people after Alex Ferguson retired.

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Sacking him is the easiest solution now, Manchester United would be brave to do it at this stage. I think if things don't improve he'll be gone closer to Christmas.

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There was a great interview with Roy Keane on Notts TV the other day and he was asked about this situation and he said he’s no great fan of Muriniho but he thinks the players have too much power these days and while he didn’t name Pogba directly he said that every player should cross that line and play their hearts out for the club, the fans, the city or whatever irrespective of what issues they have with the manager or the other players they are professional footballers and should do everything they can to achieve a win and leave any disagreements behind them when they enter the field of play.

 

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39 minutes ago, Fan of Big Tone said:

There was a great interview with Roy Keane on Notts TV the other day and he was asked about this situation and he said he’s no great fan of Muriniho but he thinks the players have too much power these days and while he didn’t name Pogba directly he said that every player should cross that line and play their hearts out for the club, the fans, the city or whatever irrespective of what issues they have with the manager or the other players they are professional footballers and should do everything they can to achieve a win and leave any disagreements behind them when they enter the field of play.

 

Agree fully with the sentiment, especially because he’s an Irishman! But this ones to all clubs, including our own.

We can all see there were serious issues going off behind the scenes at Notts for Nolan to be sacked, but he players need to question their effort as well.

Regards Man U, still say get rid of him now ASAP and bring Rafa in!

 

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