I don't think that's plausible. Almost everyone else did well at United last season, it's not like it's been Chelsea. And the style of football we've played under OGS and EtH really isn't that dramatically different either.That’s because they’ve played for other teams to be good for them. Sancho might of done very well at Salzburg and Molde. He jumped into a club that was a mess and has no structure… it’s very hard for any player to thrive for us at the minute…. We’ve got no clear plan or style of play like them teams you’ve just mentioned. We’ve gone from Ole to ETH so 2 different complete managers who see football differently, that wouldn’t have helped him either.
Easily. Sancho has a strong claim on the worst signing in the history of the club. One of our highest ever transfer fees, one of our highest wage earners, performing worse than pretty much any other player that sits high on either of those lists, and now throwing a tantrum and refusing to apologise for undermining the manager so has rightfully been banished from the team.Is the worst signing we've had from Dortmund? Even worse than Kagawa?
Just saying, Paul Scholes refused to play a game for us after being dropped. Giggs was a very questionable character. Let's not act like all Utd legends were the perfect professionals.It’s not really about a “disagreement with the manager”. It’s about meeting baseline professional standards that need to be met at an enormous football club like Manchester United.