Would you sack or keep Ole? (Poll reopened)

Sack or Keep OLE?

  • Sack Ole & appoint new coach ASAP

  • Keep Ole & back him to finish rebuild


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el3mel

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I cannot speak for others. That's why I said we have to analyze the overall game and not give one person all the abuse or all the glory.
Fair enough for you. I have no problem with that.
 

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I turned to Ole out today.

Realise that we score penalties because we have no ability to break down a team that sits back an defends. We have unnecessary amount of possession moving the ball about fast until we enter the final third and then we either get a hand ball or get tripped.

Cant watch this crap anymore.
 

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Im not sure what a manager can do when his forwards miss such easy chances at such critical moments. If Martial scores on 20 mins, we'd be up 2-0 at half time and probably won by 3 or 4. We were never really threatened, except for the woodwork, and their GK was MoM.

Anyways, win our game in hand vs Burnley and we will be in the leadership pack. Very satisfactory, given the unavoidable slow start to the season.
You remind me of that iraqi defence minister who was insisting sadam was very much still in charge of the country while american tanks were entering baghdad

The other big teams miss chances in these sorts of games but they also create a lot more. We looked entirely devoid of a plan and were lucky not to concede a penalty.

Selecting two holding midfielders in that game just showed how conservative ole really is. We have southampton and west ham in our next couple of games and i dont have much faith we will win either
 

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You remind me of that iraqi defence minister who was insisting sadam was very much still in charge of the country while american tanks were entering baghdad

The other big teams miss chances in these sorts of games but they also create a lot more. We looked entirely devoid of a plan and were lucky not to concede a penalty.

Selecting two holding midfielders in that game just showed how conservative ole really is. We have southampton and west ham in our next couple of games and i dont have much faith we will win either
17 shots, 7 on target and WBA GK is MoM. and that was after we put in an average and disjointed performance.
What are Spurs stats from today?

Not sure what game you're watching, more likely its you who is like the iraqi defence minister.
 

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You remind me of that iraqi defence minister who was insisting sadam was very much still in charge of the country while american tanks were entering baghdad

The other big teams miss chances in these sorts of games but they also create a lot more. We looked entirely devoid of a plan and were lucky not to concede a penalty.

Selecting two holding midfielders in that game just showed how conservative ole really is. We have southampton and west ham in our next couple of games and i dont have much faith we will win either
Well, at least he analyzed the game fairly.
 

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What's that got to do with anything? I support United, the longer they don't get their shit together, the better. Because if they did, along with Liverpool, it will only compound our misery.
Don't bite - he's a known wum and it's shocking he's not banned yet.
 

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I though we beat WBA at Old Trafford, but after reading this thread I'm not sure anymore. I'm pretty certain the scoreline was 1-0 to United, but I might be wrong.
 

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Where did I put up with the crap or defended Ole. See that's the issue with posters like you, you cannot debate and just want everyone to say the same thing i.e ole is the worst thing. That's not how it works. If you really want the club to grow you have to analyze all part of the game and not just act giddy over abusing or praising one fellow. Our forwards have to be questioned irrespective of the coaching. Martial should have scored and so should have rashford.
Exactly. We must judge our football, results and everything without thinking who is the manager. Toxic one or legendary one. 2 years in charge, 300 mil spent and we don't look good. We maybe don't have dream team but we also have a very talented team which is better in every position than most teams in PL. And yet, we struggle to beat and dominate those teams.
When one player plays badly then we can talk about player but when nearly all players look bad then it is on manager.
 

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OleOUTers losing it because we win makes me crack up. It's such a weird conflict to wilfully impose on oneself.
9th in the league, 1 win at home in November. Whatever way you dress it up, that's crap. And, subjectively, still playing rubbish, predictable football with a strong squad of players.

But whatever makes you feel better, even if it is getting a win against West Brom, who haven't won a game all season.

How the standards have dropped.
 

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9th in the league, 1 win at home in November. Whatever way you dress it up, that's crap. And, subjectively, still playing rubbish, predictable football with a strong squad of players.

But whatever makes you feel better, even if it is getting a win against West Brom, who haven't won a game all season.

How the standards have dropped.
You can be Ole out and still happy about the win though.
Tougher games to come now though.
 

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9th in the league, 1 win at home in November. Whatever way you dress it up, that's crap. But whatever makes you feel better, even if it is getting a win against West Brom, who haven't won a game all season.

How the standards have dropped.
I've never ever bothered with league table positions before 12 or 15 games. And if you're really honest with yourself, the only reason you are doing so is because you have a preset agenda which dictates that you will not accommodate for any genuine context.

That's your choice to bring such negativity upon yourself. Enjoy!
 
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I know he is. I saw him missing when we lost this game and Ole was teetering. He was posting only in the US elections thread. He's just trying to stir the pot.
Because he believes in Ole, and he needs to face the meltdown? weirdo.

I did the same. Why should I? You lot can type Ole out here any day, we can join in when we want to.
 

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I've never ever bothered with league table positions before 12 or 15 games. And if our really honest with yourself, the only reason you are doing so is because you have a preset agenda which dictates that you will not accommodate for any genuine context.

That's your choice to bring such negativity upon yourself. Enjoy!
No negativity, I feel fine and I'm just convinced in my opinion which has been formed over 2 years. I just call a spade a spade. If we're shit, or our manager is, no matter how big a legend or how much I loved him as a player, I'll just say it as it is.

And on the subject of context, you don't want context when the 66 points argument is raised for last season/the season before. You can't have it both ways.
 

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Because he believes in Ole, and he needs to face the meltdown? weirdo.

I did the same. Why should I? You lot can type Ole out here any day, we can join in when we want to.
Have a bit of conviction in your point of view. Should "OleOUTers " not be allowed to post in here tonight? If we didn't, you'd be here taking the piss about it being quiet. At least we have the bollocks and some conviction in our opinions to stand by it.
 

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Don't bite - he's a known wum and it's shocking he's not banned yet.
Have you reported me to a mod yet as you always do because I have a different opinion to you?
Oh, I forgot, you're not brave enough to post me directly :houllier:
 

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I was happy to win the game but do find the situation quite depressing. My expectation is that we will continue bumbling along just about doing enough to keep ole in the job for the rest of the season but end up finishing outside of the top 4. Given the ed / the glazers lack of interest in sporting success i am still not certain that would be enough to get him sacked
 

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Would people offer him a contract extension based on what we've seen over past 100+ games?
 

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Was that free flowing football? RB fecking Leipzig dominated most of the game, but capitulated and made stupid mistakes near the end. Context. Apparently.
:lol:

If you're going to complain about a 5-0 win over one of the best teams in Europe then maybe Manchester United and football isn't really for you.

I knew it was a mistake to come into this thread.
 

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Was that free flowing football? RB fecking Leipzig dominated most of the game, but capitulated and made stupid mistakes near the end. Context. Apparently.
If you truly think that, then despite many years on this forum, you have no idea about football whatsoever.
Or you're letting your hatred really cloud your objectivity.
Either way, following this team is not healthy for you.
 

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Probably because it hurts putting the truth straight in the face
I'm sure your standards are much, much higher than us fools who support the team and are happy when we win football games. My standards are so low, that I even smile when we win scrappy games 1-0, after outplaying the opposition for large parts of the game.

You're not happy until we dominate England and Europe again, for two decades at least. Anything else is a "drop in standards". Or have I misunderstood? Anything below what we were with Sir Alex in charge is not good enough? Because by default, our "standards" can't get back to what they were until we win another 13 league titles and a couple of european titles in two decades.
 

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:lol:

If you're going to complain about a 5-0 win over one of the best teams in Europe then maybe Manchester United and football isn't really for you.

I knew it was a mistake to come into this thread.
Am I complaining? I'm adding context and just pointing out that I wouldn't call it "free flowing football" by any stretch of the imagination. I've been there to see us under Fergie, I know what that actually looks like.