Slightly random & pointless thread but at least it's not about Mourinho so hey ho. What do you think would have happened if SAF had continued to be manager at Woodward-era Manchester United? Would we have spent as much as we have in recent years or would the more thrifty hallmarks of the latter SAF days have continued? Would we have operated more intelligently in the transfer market or would Woodward's lack of expertise still have hindered us? Some people in the Howe thread have said we need someone to stand up to Woodward. Would SAF have done that? Or would he have been political and done his best to get along without friction? Hell, would they have even been able to get along? Or would there have already been a fallout that would have seen one forced out of his position? Would SAF's brilliance have seen us competing with City? Or would Woodward's Woodwardness have seen us playing catch up regardless?