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has finally left his role as Man U's first-team coach. A big mistake by the club to let the hugely influential first team coach depart, imo.
I read in one of the papers in the last few days that he felt that he's been messed about by the club, which is a bit sad given what he achieved if that's true. It would appear that he departed in acrimonious circumstances from the report I read. I think he should have been kept to preserve continuity, but it seems Moyes has a different idea and want to be his own man.
Very big mistake: he's one of the best coaches around. I am surprised they let Steele leave considering his work with De Gea was really paying off with his play this season. But I guess Moyes wants his own people for his staff....so that's the way things are. Worrying times if you're a United fan.
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Big mistake indeed, Luke. As they say, if it isn't broke don't mend it. I fear for you lot this coming season, I really do. Moyes is clueless about title challenging and his record in Europe is nothing to shout about. I can see a scenario where Man U drop out of the top 4 and lose their CL status to Spurs if Spurs get their act together by strengthening their squad in key areas and manage to keep Bale.
Apparently Rene was offered the role of assistant manager by Moyes but as Moyes is a very hands-on manager Rene probably thought it not the job he wanted so he's off to Anhzi to rake in the roubles.
As far as wind ups go Slayer, that was pretty weak!
Meaulensteen was a good coach, but I wouldnt even rate him as high as Carlos Queiroz. Easily replaceable. If there is one thing our great club proves better than ANYONE'S, its that no one is irreplaceable!
I can always tell when you're slightly worried about Francenal, because you get more vociferous here with desperate #$%$ like this. I wouldnt worry Slayer, Im sure they'll still compete for 4th mate! According to your beloved 'reports' Wengers gonna spend a #$%$ load on actual quality for once!