Sigmar wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 04, 2019 7:08 pm
Tours are all hype anyway, most of the first team don't go, the teams that do play have more than a sprinkling of youth and squad players.
Any teams were are likely to meet in the qualifiers will be unheard of, and to be honest our ladies team should be able to beat most of them, it's not really a problem is it ?
Well it wouldn't be a problem to me or you but it would be a problem to Ed Woodward because simply put, they have to,at the very least insinuate that all the shirt sellers are going on tour which they won't be
In Ed Woodward's ideal world the tour would go ahead with the mystery of some of the worlds greatest shirt sellers are coming ,which they aren't.
Charlie Stilitano who runs the mighty World Champions Champions league is reputed to be cleaning up Mafia money.Well he has been for the last 5 seasons in New York
You don't want to piss that lot off
If you do send some players and what you leave behind gets beaten by a team that should be beaten by the womens team you will get a serious fine and lose a lot of credibility with the Chinese ipad branch
For those very reasons the tour would be off.No negotiating.No nothing
And that would be a financial kick in the balls to the Glazers along with the possible financial kick in the balls for possibly not being in the top 4 for two
years running(this of course would be year one)
So what would happen then?
Cut backs on transfers cough cough
That would be Jose's fault this year and Ole's fault next year
It wouldn't be Ed Woodward's or Matt Judges fault
Let's wait and see what happens in the transfer window
EVERYBODY including the most ardent but unrealistic red fans like Goku say we need anything between 5 and 8 top class players
Let's see what happens and when something does happen,which it will then let's see if we have a Mbappe player or a young unknown but promising kid or an old knackered shirts eller or a combination
I just cannot see this club attracting the best for the forseable future and what worries me is that Ed Woodward confirms success is not important to the mighty investors group