Well in an open forum, we are all entitled to use your posts to respond and put them in context with other matters discussed. Your problem is, you use your thought of availability of managers to reinforce your thinking United and Fergie have made a terrible mistake. People like you do not know the difficulty in employing the right man for the job. If Fergie is easy to replace, you probably know very little about how big the shoes are to be filled. The task to find a replacement is not something your level would be able to imagine. To make it easier for you to understand: to this day, Steve Jobs was not properly replaced. You dismiss outright that if the club and Fergie have considered carefully like what you wrote essays after essays, the club would not have been in the situation right now. But you have no basis to speculate the club has not done a lot to finally appoint Moyes. It is just very unfortunate Moyes let all of us down, Fergie in particular. There is really no guarantee other manager will definitely succeed and fitting in. The extent of your criticism of the club and Fergie went too far and I had to state my opinion. And it's not just because I did not agree with you. You have not understood the task at hand. I am sure people like you won't be happy when in the future a high profile manager turned out to be not a good fit and we have to start the process again. People use the internet to spout rubbish too often, and if you are not taking the discussion seriously, then its my fault for taking yours seriously. If you were just having too much time in your hand and felt the need to write essays after essays here witch hunting for fun, then I will leave you alone.