- Dec 23, 2008
Look at me everyone, look how impartial I am.
Greatest manager of all time my arse. He's had some of the best teams in Europe over the last 9 years and hasn't even sniffed a CL final.
Gary doing the usual Sky puppet, nothing new, it’s just a bit embarrassing he’d forget about a manager that made him a superstar and without whom there’s no way anyone would care what Neville has to sayGreatest manager of all time my arse. He's had some of the best teams in Europe over the last 9 years and hasn't even sniffed a CL final.
He just won the League Cup against an (almost) managerless Spurs. It wasn't exactly a difficult ask.
Feck off Neville! You’ve forgotten where you came from and who made you. Seems all the plaudits he received for standing up against the big bad ESL has went to his head, he’s lost the plot.
Ever read a match day thread on here?I think he is very self-conscious about not appearing to have Utd red rose-tinted glasses to appease the neutral and rival fans. Him commentating on Utd matches can be annoying at times. He’ll rubbish Utd for the smallest of things.
When in Rome...
Yeah where is his Glazers out stance like we saw from Wrighty in regards to KroenkeAs suspected now that the SL is dead and his investment in Salford still has the chance to rake in millions if they ever get to the PL. His crusade against the imposters is over and he'll go back to gushing over City and their owners.
I think he reiterated the message after especially when Woodward left saying we had to go after the "roots". It's not like he walked back the statementThat was when the ESL looked a real possibility
Honestly, while anyone would be a fool not to acknowledge the accomplishments of Pep Guardiola, I would like to see him work with anything less than the undisputably best squad in the league before I'm ready to call him the greatest manager of all time. His achievements in Europe are not exactly incredible, and domestically he has had by far the best squad in the land at his disposal for literally 100% of his career. For me to acknowledge that he might the best there ever was, he'll need to succeed against the odds, not just live up to what you'd already expect based on the caliber of the players he has had available to him. It just takes more than that.