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Gareth kitchen (season ticket holder)
I would love to see Ole Gunnar Solskjær kept on as permanent manager with an experienced team of trainers. The positive he has brought the players is clear, with the team playing with smiles is a clear example of the desire to work hard. I’m desperate for a manager to give the time you would like to see David Moyes and Louis van Gaal gave more than allowed to, even though Jose Mourinho made his position untenable with the negative in the press and losing the dressing room. I would like the new director to build the future, targeting the Premier League within three to five years, and a talented crop of young footballers and to continue to bring young players into the ranks of playing United.
Jim Reeman (United We Stand fanzine)
Mauricio Pochettino is the best of what’s available, United should be able to attract the best. I like Solskjær and my heart says give it to him but the hearts rarely make the best judges when it comes to football. Regarding those who have already Solskjær it is easy to say, too late, that it was all bad choices, but at that time there were some dissenting voices. Every one of them had succeeded, but obviously a trick missed in not getting Jose Mourinho to replace Alex Ferguson . In relation to whatever does not replace Solskjær is very simple: I want five years of my life stop asking me why you should support the United States when her best friend supports Man City and “they win all the time”.
Anthony Shaw (season ticket holder)
My choice would be Mauricio Pochettino, who worked hard on putting players in the Spurs and have chosen an attractive style of football. I have concerns about how to respond to the attention that comes in the Old Trafford goldfish bowl, but I can’t think of one candidate ticks all the criteria. Solskjær oversaw the reaction of the players – however I suspect that may be the case with a number of managers to consider the mood around the club since August. In hindsight, David Moyes completely out of depth, while Louis van Gaal was promoting qualities, especially his tactics against top opposition towards younger players. Jose Mourinho was required to record commands respect, but it seems a poor fit for. More between most of the United supporters is that they want to see attractive football, develop players and signings smart.
Scott Fletcher (lifelong fan)
There is no clear favorite as it is. Mauricio Pochettino is the name most bandied about and you can’t argue with how things are looking at the Spurs but the question of him not winning a major championship with a professional team needs to be considered. I have to admit to being surprised by the appointment of Ole, but you can’t argue against what he has done until now. Provided that the United States continue playing with the same character, I’ll be happy to see it continue. It was incredible pics on Ferguson and David Gill [the former CEO] to allow them to leave at the same time and the club was rudderless. We need to the art director works in harmony with the new manager/coach. The new manager does not need to surround himself with the faces of the Ferguson era but needs to understand the spirit of the club.
Barney Chilton (red news fanzine)
After a gloomy winter where we all felt drained by Jose nice to have a little fun and start smiling. Until the time of the biggest decisions can wait. We expect hiccups, but let’s see how the next couple of months to go. I was invited to go back to the United States men a month ago: What Have we got to lose? We have to start to make the right address offers from Europe to growth opportunities. Is Ole the man to do it? Time will tell. Try our Scottish the original one. A person who has a great reputation. And who had many successes in the past 10 years. But a combination of pressure with people of my own failures and creating quite a mess. We didn’t learn from history after Busby. Who is the new permanent number 1 you must make sure that there are smiles on the faces of teams more worried about us and the players performing again.
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