Relegation 6 pointer coming up against Everton. Still the Ole faithful will be spinning it in some exciting way I suppose.With upcoming games against Spurs and City, it pains me to up this thread. We are 6 points above the relegation spots as of now. I suspect more points dropped in the upcoming week; confidence is low.
We could be in quite a state by the time the Everton match comes around. I thought we had turned a corner after Brighton. Clearly not.
Agree with most of what you say particularly the parts in bold but I think are too good to get relegated.Since Fergie left we have turned so many corners we are the only spiral in the league. Utd need flushing, out with Woodward and out with the glazers. Unfortunately until there is a captain sailing the ship to a destination fans deserve, then all we deserve is playing in lower leagues because in the Prem we are a laughing stock. We have become a team every other team looks at to get possible points. Gotta sell these morons on and replace the whole infrastructure.
Agree. Also if we go down, which I don't expect and really don't want to happen. The Glazer's may decide to sell the club.If we do go down, the price of the championship tv rights will go through the roof. I guess we will be doing our part in spreading cash through the lower leagues.
Mid table teams get relegated quite often so if united becomes one, relegation would be a distinct possibility.We are not going to get relegated but we could be looking at a few years of mid-table mediocrity which is going to to be soul destroying. It a vicious circle now , the more you fall the harder to attract the elite players and without these players we just stay very average.
Because we are 6 points above relegation zone and our next 2 games are against Spurs and City (both probable losses). We have a Championship / League One manager in charge and a board who don't have a clue.How in he name of feck has this got to 18 pages, state of this place at times, embarrassing.
We are a safe(ish) mid table team , could possible challenge for top 6 but that is about it. Very very unlikely to go down even with this squad of players.Mid table teams get relegated quite often so if united becomes one, relegation would be a distinct possibility.
They weren't relegation fodder in the Championship when he took over and they spent heavily in the Summer. He drove them to being relegation fodder in the Championship as well. They were 17th when he was sacked.Cardiff were relegation fodder before Ole took charge of them. He just didn't help them do anything other than confirm they were crap.
We won't go down - there are far worse teams than ours, given the players we have available and to come back.
I think the championship has a 5 year deal in place with sky but if we went down it could get renegotiated. Would be great to see Neville doing punditry for United championship games, "People upset at this result haven't been paying attention to how good of a structure Luton have put in place and how much money they've spent recently".If we do go down, the price of the championship tv rights will go through the roof. I guess we will be doing our part in spreading cash through the lower leagues.
Quite scary when you put it like that.Its not gonna happen but just the fact that its not the most ridiculous idea anymore is an chilling indictment of our current state. Its football and anything is possible. If Leicester can win the league we could go down. It would need a perfect storm. Lower clubs playing out of their skin and us getting loads of injuries and capitulating. We have Fred and Periera in midfield now. If say we loose Fred the only midfielder then what. Lingard and Periera midfield? It could happen.