The Manchester United Thread XIX Watch
FFS, who is it, Anakin Skywalker?
In all seriousness though, SAF coming back would be wrong because we need to move forward not backwards. If you meant SAF step in till the end of the season then i'm all for it and we could have a chance to close the 6 point gap
SAF will never come back. Why would he risk coming back and ruining his legacy? He ended his reign as a winner why would he come back just to end his legacy (again) by finishing fourth? He bought RvP to win him the title in his final season, I just think he wouldn't want to damage his ego and legacy at United. Also, as the poster above has said, we need to look forward not backwards. It's been a nightmare since SAF has stepped down and so its so important to look past his era and to the future. It's just been an accumulation of **** decisions that has led us to where we currently are.
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We'd be up against a vastly superior City side - it's only expected that we'd lose.
It would still be a cup final in Klopp's first season. Let's be honest, we all know you guys aren't getting anywhere near a final anyway so I don't get your point...
It obviously won't happen, but he'd be such a fit for somebody like Leicester.
Clearly too good for West Ham and new contract doesn't mean anything. Just a play for them to get more money when the big boys come calling. Might be quite old but probably got a few good years on him. Wouldn't cost too much too.