- Nov 13, 2010
Struggling to why this guy still thinks he’s United
Hold on a minute. Paul Ince clearly has an agenda. He is clearly jealous of Ole getting the United job and has made no secret of that. He is also bitter and twisted about his own failed managerial career, as he once expected to be manager of Inter Milan. However, whatever his ulterior motives. I think he makes some very valid points in his 'open letter'. The reference to the academy is clearly relative to the volume and quality of players that United has produced in the past. Criticising Ince for his timing is one thing, but criticising him for his arguments is a bit like criticising a liar for deciding to tell the truth.Balderdash from Paul Ince, not surprising at all.
Did his dog write it for him?
Why has he decided 1 week before the season starts is the perfect time to come out and question Ole and the players? If we start poor for the first couple of months I could understand it, but what is he going to achieve by rocking the boat now?
Bizarre that he took a needless swipe at the youth players too by saying not much is coming through the academy. There is a very talented bunch of lads coming through, actually.
really?Agree on all points that Paul Ince made.
This too?Aaron Wan-Bissaka was signed for £55million, a lot of money for a full-back. Ole said he wanted to go down the route of bringing in younger, fresher talent and building the team that way – but that’s not the way to go.
Gomez is not academy player, he was signed from Charlton for £4million having played over 20 games with them. It's basically like James, and also the type of talent I would like us to recruit.A disgrace that's he's basically saying abandon playing academy players because that's not what City and Liverpool do (Liverpool who FYI have Arnold and Gomez in their starting XI)
Exactly, he can feck right off the pr!ck, only part I agreed with was the Lingard rant! apart from that just shut the feck up you mug!I'm all for ex players showing their love for the club (even quite constructively), but this man wore a Liverpool jersey, his opinion means nought. It's really that simple.
What? Surely not?
To be fair I think he means that he screamed so much in his face that he spat all over him. Wonder what the 'and worse' refers to.