Except they did go down that path. Which begs the question, why didn't these same principles come into effect when they decided to borrow £600 million+ to fund a new stadium, which may or may not see a return on their investment? No one cares about the new stadium except for you and Daniel Levy. It will not impact the decision-making process when Poch decides whether or not he needs to leave the club in order to further his ambitions. While we're on the subject of stadiums, Old Trafford is one the most famous sporting venues in the world. The Bernabeu isn't half-bad either, not to mention the infinitely more appealing climate and culture of which Poch is accustomed to. 1. The only thing I'm wishing for is Ole to succeed. Poch is a distant second along with Zidane, Allegri, Jardim and whole host of other perfectly adequate applicants. 2. How can you be so sure he won't leave? 3. What the hell is a straw-clutcher?