Man of the crowd
- Oct 19, 2012
It isn't a zero-ambition attitude, though (on behalf of the club). I wouldn't call it defeatist either. It stems from a basic lack of confidence in the decision makers at the top. Apathy, perhaps - yes. But apathy isn't acceptance (of something inevitable), it comes from a very different place.This pathetic defeatist zero-ambition attitude from some fans is alarming.
If you think there is something basically wrong with how Manchester United have evolved (or rather not evolved) since Fergie retired, why would you focus on the manager and not on the people responsible for hiring him (and for not doing something about the part that is "basically wrong")? Is it odd that someone holding the above belief doesn't easily get on board a "manager out!" bandwagon? I don't think it is. And it has nothing to do with a lowering of standards (again - on behalf of the club, we don't actually influence a single feckin' thing directly, although you'd think we did going by some people's posts).