Writer: Dublin Hotspur
Date:Wednesday April 23 2014
The time has come for Daniel Levy to stop playing games with our club, and to stop the rot and unsettling damage that Tim Sherwood is inflicting on our squad.
From my perspective, I can see that the majority of fans want Tim's tenure ended, and fast. Manchester United have acted swiftly in removing David Moyes from the helm, and will need to act even quicker to appoint an new manager to appease the NY Stock Market. Their share price has already taken a hit, but with a swift announcement of a new top class Manager, and a potential war chest of £150m + to spend on rebuilding the squad, they will come back stronger. It may take them a season to restructure and get back to challenging, but they will do it right this time!
We don't need to restructure our squad, we only need a couple of tweaks and to clear some dead wood, but we do need a top class manager to take us to the next level with the quality we have. We have a great chance to jump the gun over Man U and begin our own race to challenge for the prizes we all want.
We are, however in danger of losing a chunk of our quality players due to the mis-management that has been going on this season, and public ridiculing of our players.
The time is NOW to act. Remove Tim, put Stefan Freund in charge for the last three games, and announce our new manager. We cannot afford to wait until the middle of May, or God forbid, after the World Cup. We Do not want to enter a dog fight with the likes of City, Arsenal, United etc for the cream of Management. We will end up only marginally better off than we are now, with a much less quality on the field.
No more time wasting, no more games. Remove Tim, appoint a world class manager, and communicate to the fans and the world as quickly as possible..as in Now.
Written by Dublin Hotspur
Date:Wednesday April 23 2014
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