Just listened to an interview with Andy Mitten and he brings up something I felt worth discussing. He said Sir Alex mentioned years ago that there was what he called a "junior board" at United. People who aren't with the club (ex-players, ex-managers etc.) trying to dictate and influence what goes on at the club. "You wouldn't get this in Busby's day, the manager isnt doing his job properly" etc. Found it especially relevant considering how things are with the club and a lot of ex-players currently. Van Gaal and Mourinho have both slagged off Scholes, Neville etc. for what they feel is agenda ridden opinions. What do you think? Should ex-players know their role a bit and not be overly critical or does it just fall into apart of the job criteria for a United manager, to have to put up with the criticism from club legends.