I was going to put this in the United section but I'm not sure how well an article by an opposition fan is taken there so ill put it on the football section. Over recent years you have seen (in my opinion) United legends be a little to over opinionated on TV about the goings on at United. Whether it's Ferdinand openly pressuring the board into giving Ole the job, Neville going on the rampage about Jose's potential sacking or Scholes systematically moaning about LVG amoung other things. I'm curious to know if United fans think that may be a small part of the problem, given their immortal status at the club what they say could put more pressure on the situation. From a Chelsea perspective when Drogba, Ballack, the Cole's and (when he was a pundit) Lampard spoke about the goings on at Chelsea it was all mild and they were never over opinionated about it on TV, I think they knew that trying to get involved was counterproductive and knew their place in that regard. Do you think Rio, Neville, Scholes etc should tone it down a bit on the cameras? Or do you think they're doing them right thing publicly airing their grievances?