Yeah getting rid of so many players doesn't just reduce the wage bill it also offsets the spending as well, so they'll love Gaal for getting rid of so many playersMAX CLIFFORD wrote:He was better at getting rid of players than bringing them in in my opinion. But I assume that would have sounded good when being interviewed by Woodbrain. "I'll get shut of the deadwood and reduce the wage bill significantly". That would have been music to his ears. Unfortunately, it was a double edged sword. I'm not sure where you get your "fairly cheaply" from. A record £260 million lavished, sounds great, but we don't create anything, we don't score anywhere near enough goals. Do we look like we have a team worth £260 million? No!! Do we have one single player that would be snapped up by one of the class acts, No!! Do this United team look as if it could compete at the highest level, No!! Can anyone who is compos mentis actually say we got value for the £260 million spent, No!!
But right you speak as though the rebuilding has finished, when it clearly hasn't because we have no strikers and they're open about how they're trying to bring one or two in like Ronnie.
So it looks like Gaal has all of the 3 years to rebuild, so long as he keeps us up there