Open Letter to Edward Woodward

Dear Ed Woodward,

                              Hello there Mr Woodward. I shall not be indulging in any pleasantries with you because lets face it there has been nothing pleasant about your appointment as executive vice chairman of Manchester United.  Before We get to the core of the issues, I want to quickly thank David Gill for his beautiful work for Manchester united. He is someone who I overlooked in the past but I thank you Mr Woodward for making me  appreciate how much of an asset Mr Gill was to us and we will forever remember him.

First point of discussion Mr Woodward is, Do you even know what you are doing? You are supposed to back the new manager by helping him sign the players he needs to make the team his. You have been in the peripherals of the club for a while now and with your Business background I must say I expected more from you. It’s not all doom and gloom I must say as you have acquired a lot of sponsorship deals for the club and all but those precious deals of yours will mean nothing if you don’t back the manager on the pitch. Ultimately on pitch success brings off field success. If Mr Gill and Sir Alex didn’t leave the club in such a strong position would you be able to complete your numerous deals with tyre companies and tomato juice companies in Japan? I don’t think so. The way you have handled transfers in the transfer window has appalled me. Silly bids for Fabregas, Baines, De Rossi and even Fellaini have left us fans feeling dirty because our name has been dipped, dragged and stained by the mud you have decided to put us in. Let me help you out  Mr Woodward. If Mr Moyes comes with a name of a player for you, you don’t simply pick numbers in your head and make a silly bid. You talk to people at the club, find out if he is available, find out if the player is willing to move then you make a bid. You don’t just Fire your bids in there like a blind Rambo in battle seeking revenge. You should be more like Bond taking out your targets with finesse because this is not just some any random club, this is Manchester United!

Another point that’s really disturbing my soul is the Ander Herrera situation. Mr Woodward, What the hell was that? You actually knew he had a release clause and you bid 6 million below that? That reeks of  incompetence. Lets not even get into the whole false representatives thing because I will lose whatever cool I have left in my system. Even With Fellaini and Baines you actually sanctioned that bid to be faxed to Everton? 16 million for fellaini and 12 million for Baines. Mr Woodward are you really ready for this Job? These are key questions you should ask yourself because I’m sure you can do better than this.  Look at other directors like Daniel Levy. Mirror whatever he does because he is a COMPETENT MAN! He does what is best for the club! Its hard enough losing a gem like Sir Alex and a competent man like David Gill.  Please don’t make it worse with this incompetent behaviour. A lot of Man Utd fans are calling for you to get the chop. I will admit I will not be sad to see you go but I want to believe you can do better if you follow the advice I am about to give you.

Finally the advice I would give you Mr Woodward to solve all your problems with how the transfer market works is to play FOOTBALL MANAGER by SEGA and SI games. Their real life simulation of things can help you understand how things work in football. So that you don’t make a fool of yourself and the great club and Fans of Manchester United, I suggest you heed my advice. Many thanks and Good Luck

Yours Sincerely

10Maestro

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Season Review 2012/2013

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The Curtain has once again Come down on the season. Its been an eventful season! Great Goals, Great passes, Great fast paced football, comeback and all sorts. We are  used to this in England. Although the season didn’t finish as crazy as it finished last year, Arsenal and Tottenham did give us some decent drama on the last day. 

We lost some good players to retirement like Jaime Carragher, Steve Harper and some Great ones too Paul Scholes and David Beckham even though he doesn’t play in the premier league anymore, he is one of the top players to play in the league. Most of all though we lost a LEGEND, A MYTH, A PHENOM! SIR ALEX FERGUSON! Words are not enough to express how great this man was for manchester United, England and British football. The premiership will be a lighter league with all these people gone but this is the chance for the younger lads to write themselves into football history.

Someone who is writing himself into premier league beastory( BEAST HISTORY) is Gareth Bale! This guy is showing shades of Cristiano Ronaldo. He is a constant Match winner for the spurs and it was a real shame that they didn’t make it to the Champions League. I reckon one more season like that with them will suffice and then I believe he should move.  As a Manchester United fan I would Love to see him wear the 11 shirt when Uncle Giggs finally retires. Lets take a moment to enjoy  him in action

Season Review 2012/2014

Highest Attendance: 75,605 Manchester United v Reading

Lowest Attendance: 15,436 Wigan Athletic v Reading

Highest Average Rating-  Gareth Bale & Luis Suarez. 7.89, 33 Games

Most Assists:  12 Juan Mata- Chelsea

Top Scorer:  26 Robin VanPersie Manchester United.

High scoring Game: 10: West Bromwich Albion 5-5 Manchester United, Arsenal 7-3 Newcastle United

Biggest Win: 8 Chelsea 8-0 Aston Villa

Most Games Won in a row: 7 games: Manchester United

Most Games Without Losing: 18 games: Manchester United

Most Games Without Winning: 16 games: Queens Park Rangers

Most Game Lost in a Row: 7 games: Reading

Most Team Points: 89 points Manchester United

Most goals Scored: 86 Manchester United

Fewest goals Conceded: 34 Manchester City, 0.89 per game

Most Clean Sheets: 18 Manchester City

My signings of the season: Michu – £2million-22goals, Christian Benteke- £7million-23 goals

My Flop of the season: Qpr and all Qpr staff and players

Overachievers: West Brom 8th- 49 points, Swansea (League Cup Winners), Wigan (FA cup Winners)

Underachievers: Newcastle United 16th- 41 points, Qpr 20th- 25 points

I look forward to next season with great optimism! The Premier League is going through a lot of changes next season. Financial Fair Play, Goal Line technology and Managerial Changes at  three of the clubs that finished in the top four. It will be interesting to see if this changes the dynamic of the so-called “top four”. Teams like Liverpool and Tottenham will see this as a chance to creep up on any of the teams that find the change hard to adjust to. I also look forward to World Class talent Coming Through! The likes of Falcao, Cavani and even Cristiano Ronaldo have been Rumoured to be coming to the Premier League! I for one would love to see the premiership restored as the BEST league in the world and I have a feeling next season is the season!

Signing of the Season Poll! Who gets your Vote?

Is Kevin Strootman the one for ManUnited?

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Hello again guys! so I have heard a lot about Kevin Strootman recently and I decided to have a look at him see why so many United fans want him. I remember ManUnited first team coach said they were aware of him but his name has never come up as a transfer target. I Managed to find this link thanks to the power of the interweb! lol

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11667/7666150/United-dismiss-Strootman-link

After watching this video though I have to say I quite like the look of him. He has the physical presence and drive that Can help United in the Big games against Shitty and in Europe. I would describe him as a bigger and better version of cleverly.

Nani Must GO!

I know I wrote this a couple of weeks ago but I don’t want this message to be lost HE MUST GO!

10 maestro

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After yet another disappointing display by Nani in the FA cup game against Chelsea I just had to write about the reasons why his time at Man United should MUST! come to an end! I havent always liked Nani i must admit however he won me over 2 seasons ago with a string of Consistent and quality performances. The thing I have always hated about the lad is he is too inconsistent and very indecisive. For someone who was compared to cristiano Ronaldo a few years ago, he is a far cry from that player now. Yes he has had injuries and what not but that’s just part and parcel of the game. A player will get injured but it’s how you react to it that matters. For me Nani’s Body language shows he’s not even keen on united anymore. Maybe he wants a move to la liga? or…

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