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22 minutes ago, paulw66 said:

What has OGS done in management other than fail at Cardiff?

Mould  (or should that be Molde).

I doubt Phelan is involved.  Here he is just 4 days ago on Sky.  Not the kind of comment you'd make if you are hoping to get the call from Woodward.

  He compares them to the Liverpool decline of some years ago.
(Funny how Souness keeps on getting asked for his opinion on Man U's decline....)

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11667/11580709/manchester-united-lagging-behind-and-becoming-like-liverpool-of-years-ago-says-mike-phelan

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The "No Longer Special one" once again has become "The Sacked One".  Couldn't have happened to a nicer fellow or club.  His football is crap and boring, and is now obsolete, and let's not hear his apologists yearning for a third coming should Sarrri's services be dispensed with.  As Man United,  Solskjaer HAHAHAAHAHA!!!!  He failed miserably at Cardiff for gawds sake!  Other contenders are Sam Fattadyce (OK, it's mis-spelt), Mark Hughes, Gordon Strachan, or a management duo of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane.

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Sky love all this , ramp up the intrigue on SSN and then make a killing via SKY bet .

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24 minutes ago, blueandproud said:

The "No Longer Special one" once again has become "The Sacked One".  Couldn't have happened to a nicer fellow or club.  His football is crap and boring, and is now obsolete, and let's not hear his apologists yearning for a third coming should Sarrri's services be dispensed with.  As Man United,  Solskjaer HAHAHAAHAHA!!!!  He failed miserably at Cardiff for gawds sake!  Other contenders are Sam Fattadyce (OK, it's mis-spelt), Mark Hughes, Gordon Strachan, or a management duo of Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane.

Mark my words , Ponch will be their new coach come May. 

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Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has written an open letter to fans condemning the actions of "a few mindless individuals".

Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police are investigating claims Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling was subject to racist abuse earlier this month.

The club have also condemned fans who sang an anti-Semitic chant during last week's Europa League tie with MOL Vidi.

Buck said the actions were "unacceptable" and "unwelcome".

Earlier on Tuesday, Uefa announced it had commissioned an investigation into the alleged incident in Hungary.

"A deeply unpleasant but vocal minority which refuses to join us in the 21st century has shamed the great majority of our decent, well-behaved fans," Buck added.

"Over the past weeks, months and indeed years, I have spoken at length to various Chelsea fans and supporter groups, all of whom are in full agreement that the type of behaviour we have witnessed is wholly unacceptable, hurtful and does not represent the club or the overwhelming majority of those who follow our teams home and away."

Last week, Chelsea suspended four fans from matches while the investigation into the alleged racial abuse of Sterling takes place.

Buck greeted Blues fans at the turnstiles before Sunday's Premier League win at Brighton, and in his letter said the club would "beat the plague that threatens to overshadow the fantastic work this club does for inclusion and equality".

"Clearly, there remains a way to go on this journey, but we will not rest until we have eliminated all forms of discrimination from our club," Buck said.

"We will continue to work alongside our fans, anti-discrimination organisations and football authorities to create an environment where everyone feels welcome and valued. If you do not share these values, this is not the club for you.

"We must not allow a small minority of fans to bring further embarrassment upon us, and will continue to take the strongest possible action against them.

"We are determined to win this battle, but we need the backing and action of those who share the principles of this great club."

 

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12 hours ago, Martin1905 said:

If a club like Manchester United are sacking one of the most successful managers the world has ever seen because the players don't like him  then football really has gone to ****.

As for him being a spent force, I think that is harsh. I don't think he suits the modern day premier league, but I don't think he is completely finished just yet. I'd expect him back in Italy at one of the big clubs and become very successful again. 

As long as he's not back at chelsea I dont care where he goes. The premier league doesnt need him imo. The ironic thing is if he ever came back to the bridge with another club and received his now customary abuse we could include the three fingers gesture he's so fond of as well.

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11 hours ago, Michael Tucker said:

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has written an open letter to fans condemning the actions of "a few mindless individuals".

Good. A little late IMO, could very easily have made a statement like this the day of the recent reports. 

 

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