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Manchester United must avoid repeating the same mistakes

Date: 30th April 2014 at 6:38pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

As much as Manchester United needed to sack David Moyes after the disaster of this season, it couldn’t have happened in a worse year. There’s no getting around the idea that last summer was the time to appoint a top manager. Carlo Ancelotti, who may yet be moved on from Real Madrid, though increasingly unlikely after his side’s performance over two legs against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, was there for the taking. Similarly, Jose Mourinho, bringer of ‘anti-football’ though successful nevertheless, couldn’t hide his interest in Alex Ferguson’s job. Laurent Blanc was up for grabs, too, if United were after a manager who knew the club. Importantly, United weren’t burdened with the feeling of trepidation at having made a recent mistake on the managerial front. This time, they must get it right. They must restore order and a winning mentality. The charitable nature of United at Old Trafford this season needs ... Read More


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