Sheesh, this is what you wrote:Ah but that's not what I said and if you'd read my post properly you'd have known that
As I said to RR above that's not what I actually said, maybe you two should have got together and asked a responsible adult read it to you first before yous bothered replying.
And then, in the same fecking post where you denied saying it you doubled down on by saying the following:And do you seriously believe that United(and every other football club for that matter) don't have a dedicated team that keep their eye on social media to gauge the mood of the fans, and the club(s)use the info gathered to make important decisions based on it(how else can you explain Jose fecking Mourinho becoming the Manager), so yes it does have an impact
If that's not absolving Ed of any blame and putting it all on the 'spoilt little rich kids' (WTF?!) on social media' I don't know what is.It was obvious, or bloody should have been that despite his CV Mourinho was never the right fit for United, but the spoilt little rich kids on social media(forums more than twitter which encourages folk to be mischievous )won the day. But we can blame Ed Woodward for appointing him because that's what we do.
Even if we take your imaginary scenario where the board are totally 50/50 on a decision as gospel - what are you saying, that nobody should ever put forward an opinion just in case the CEO of a multi-billion pound business is undecided and needs to take to social media to get a clue as to which direction to go in?! And then, if said CEO should do that and the decision turn out to be unsuccessful then the fans are at fault? Do you realise how ridiculous that sounds? If that's truly your view then I would suggest that hanging out on discussion forums might not be for you cos like it or not you are going to encounter quite a few pesky fan opinions there.