That’s why it’d be madness to sack Ten Hag.swampash wrote: ↑2 months agoTrue, we're still a long way off. But patience is needed. Rome wasn't built in a day...nor Fergie's success.dozer wrote: ↑2 months ago In hindsight signing Kane would have made things worse. We wouldn't be competing for the title and he'd only decline like casemiro in a few years. Kane is the kind of player for a team that's one step away from challenging for a title like the league or the UCL. Like how Fergie signed van persie.
We could all see Fergie was trying to change the culture and bring in young and/or hungry players. There were those that wanted a title within two years and famously hung the “ta-ra Fergie” banner but it was obvious root and branch reforms were happening.
I think it’s the same with Hag. The difference being that the demands are so much higher and the political situation is stupidly complex. Just imagine if the club bit the bullet, let him do his thing, we struggle in the short term but come out of the other side a refreshed United again. That’d be the dream scenario for me.
Fuck new ownership for now, the wage carousel will just keep spinning with richer owners in charge. IMO we’ll end up more PSG than City. A circus for whinging galacticos. We need a proper reset and blood money won’t do that.