The constant leaks to the media

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I dont think is a leak. It could be the media had someone to look at Carrington the day after and they hit the jackpot. Anyway it is very tough to get rid of the media, they are like pests who will always swarm around us every time we have a defeat. Even if they don't get information, they will make up one, just like the articles that were written during LVG, Jose and Ole days.

Let the club handle this. Sooner or later one of them will get caught taking photos or information they are not supposed to, and legal action will come for them.
 

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They're not wrong but the absolute cheek of this lot to start blaming everything but themselves...
Yes, if that`s true, interesting how Luke and Harry are doing this when they are two of the problems that need to be fixed instantly. By dropping them and selling them whenever it will be possible. I like both of them but as internationals and players of experience, the buck stops with them and their weaknesses are now glaringly obvious. Including lack of mental flexibility - both of them find it difficult to adjust and re-adjust to different tactics for a start.

They are not good enough now and there also seem to be attitude problems - speaking especially about Luke and in Harry`s case we now know he lacks mental toughness as a United player and should never have been appointed or kept captain. They are past changing their mentality and playing styles. We need to replace them when the first viable opportunity presents itself.
 
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I think we all knew this would happen. Ole was too cowboy, Ralf wasnt good enough, now Ten Hag style doesn't suit them.

I mean they went from losing 5-0 from a pragmatic manager to 4-0 with a half press manager to 4-0 with a pressing manager.

Some of the players need to look at themselves and say, maybe we are not good enough.
 

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Why do the players think we have any sympathy for them?
 

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Yes, if that`s true, interesting how Luke and Harry are doing this when they are two of the problems that need to be fixed instantly. By dropping them and selling them whenever it will be possible. I like both of them but as internationals and players of experience, the buck stops with them and their weaknesses are now glaringly obvious. Including lack of mental flexibility - both of them find it difficult to adjust and re-adjust to different tactics for a start.

They are not good enough now and there also seem to be attitude problems - speaking especially about Luke and in Harry`s case we now know he lacks mental toughness as a United player and should never have been appointed or kept captain. They are past changing their mentality and playing styles. We need to replace them when the first viable opportunity presents itself.
In fairness to Shaw, didn't he call out very similar last year. When we picked up Telles, he found some form before getting injured. again. Honestly think he coasts too easily and needs pushing/a bit of adversity. Maybe we need to stick some posters of Jose up around the changing rooms, get him fired up.
 

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Remember when fans invaded the training complex at Sporting Lisbon and gave the players both barrels?
 

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They roll out the 2nd in command before and after games, roll out 1 of the non playing subs to speak after games no matter what the result was.
Do it for a while press will just get fed up or more likely print a load of lies and crap . UTD are the biggest news story going no matter how there doing, always will be so the above wouldn't make a difference.
 

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:lol: :lol:

They have thrown all types of managers under the bus. Wonder what skills are needed next.
 

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I think they come out more from the management than the players

But the 99% are invented probably
 

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In fairness to Shaw, didn't he call out very similar last year. When we picked up Telles, he found some form before getting injured. again. Honestly think he coasts too easily and needs pushing/a bit of adversity. Maybe we need to stick some posters of Jose up around the changing rooms, get him fired up.
A fair reply which I`ve just seen - thanks. I still think he is not going to get back to any previous form and he has reached the `not interested in learning at this stage` point regardless of managerial change.

It`s regrettable especially as I love the idea of an English backbone to United but when other players are more gifted technically and flexible in their mentality, then it doesn`t matter where they come from. Lisandro Martinez showed that he can compensate for lack of height by footballing intelligence and technical abilities.
 

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Ten Hag should settle this once and for all. Get them all into a room together and address it. Bollock those who do it and get the other players to lay into them aswell. If it persists they can feck off
 

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Ten Hag should settle this once and for all. Get them all into a room together and address it. Bollock those who do it and get the other players to lay into them aswell. If it persists they can feck off
The best way to get rid of the leaks is to start performing well and getting results rather than reacting to these childish adventures of some players. Then all these "ETH methods are outdated" tweets will stop being click baits.
 
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