MAX CLIFFORD wrote:
Sid wrote:Kunal, every manager has a philosophy. A philosophy is just a way of playing, and you need a way of playing if you're picking a team
I know fans don't like to hear it but United has a philosophy as well, and it's very very strong, tied in with the brand, so the new manager has to conform to that a bit, or a lot.
"With the ball and run towards the goal" is massively simplistic
Pochettino won't give you that either. Remember he has been heavily criticised up until recently for playing boring solid football. He almost got the boot last season when it was grim. It's only in the last couple of months that Spurs have started looking better. But the main plaudits he is getting is for making Spurs more resiliant, were before they crumbled like wimps. So it's built on a solid foundation. And we don't need that, we're already solid. We need creativity. So I think if you don't like Gaal then you won't like Pochettino.
"LISTEN TO FUCKIN SID!!!"
"If you don't like Van Moyes you wont like Pochettino"
"If you don't like Van Moyes you wont like Ancelotti!
"If you don't like Van Moyes you wont like Mourinho"
"If you don't like Van Moyes you wont like Guardiola"
Sid. I'm not playing golf in the pissing down rain and freezing cuntin cold for 4 hours to come back and listen to that shit.
So what the fuck do we do? Stick with this shovel faced fuckin dinosaur who no cunt else wants apart from you.
Where's this "solid foundation" you talk about. Cant fuckin wait to here this!!
Max, calm down
There's only one top manager that can apparently fit within the United philosophy, and that's Ancelotti. Although there huge queston marks, like how his football at Milan wasn't very attacking, and the fact he's only won 3 league titles in 15 years.
But the rest all do things similar to Gaal - things we don't like. Like Mourinho and Guardiola are totally off limits, they're too negative and too possession based. So we're limiting ourselves to one manager. That's where we're at right now.