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Sacking Jose Mourinho before Christmas cost Manchester United £19.6million, the Premier League club has revealed in its second-quarter financial results.
That sum, which is listed under "exceptional items" in the accounts, includes pay-outs for the five members of his staff who left with him on December 18.
It is less than was initially reported in some quarters but four times the amount United had to pay predecessors David Moyes and Louis van Gaal when they were fired in 2014 and 2016, respectively.


Jose certainly is a money machine.


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Sacking Jose Mourinho before Christmas cost Manchester United £19.6million, the Premier League club has revealed in its second-quarter financial results.
That sum, which is listed under "exceptional items" in the accounts, includes pay-outs for the five members of his staff who left with him on December 18.
It is less than was initially reported in some quarters but four times the amount United had to pay predecessors David Moyes and Louis van Gaal when they were fired in 2014 and 2016, respectively.


Jose certainly is a money machine.



United will have recouped most of that since Solskjar(?) came in and turned things around.

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Sacking Jose Mourinho before Christmas cost Manchester United £19.6million, the Premier League club has revealed in its second-quarter financial results.
That sum, which is listed under "exceptional items" in the accounts, includes pay-outs for the five members of his staff who left with him on December 18.
It is less than was initially reported in some quarters but four times the amount United had to pay predecessors David Moyes and Louis van Gaal when they were fired in 2014 and 2016, respectively.


Jose certainly is a money machine.



United will have recouped most of that since Solskjar(?) came in and turned things around.


how?


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Sacking Jose Mourinho before Christmas cost Manchester United £19.6million, the Premier League club has revealed in its second-quarter financial results.
That sum, which is listed under "exceptional items" in the accounts, includes pay-outs for the five members of his staff who left with him on December 18.
It is less than was initially reported in some quarters but four times the amount United had to pay predecessors David Moyes and Louis van Gaal when they were fired in 2014 and 2016, respectively.


Jose certainly is a money machine.



United will have recouped most of that since Solskjar(?) came in and turned things around.


how?



Capitalism - when things start to go well supporters buy more merchandise. :idea:

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Capitalism - when things start to go well supporters buy more merchandise. :idea:


i agree to an extent, but not yet in this case


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Capitalism - when things start to go well supporters buy more merchandise. :idea:


i agree to an extent, but not yet in this case



There was an article in the media a couple of months before the change of managers that United's merchandising sales were down considerably and the author of it was wondering how long it would be before Mourinho was sacked.

I can't remember where I saw it but I think it was on SBS.

Last week the BBC sated that their sales were increasing rapidly since the fifth win under Ole Gunnar.

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Capitalism - when things start to go well supporters buy more merchandise. :idea:


i agree to an extent, but not yet in this case

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Some truly awful refereeing this morning. I’m no Warnock fan, but he’s right, if you can’t give a pen then you’re in the wrong job.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Odds on next Leicester City permanent manager

11/8 Brendan Rodgers
7/2 David Wagner
5/1 Rafa Benitez
5/1 Mike Stowell
8/1 Neil Lennon
10/1 Michael Appleton
12/1 Nigel Pearson


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ozzie owl wrote:
Odds on next Leicester City permanent manager

11/8 Brendan Rodgers
7/2 David Wagner
5/1 Rafa Benitez
5/1 Mike Stowell
8/1 Neil Lennon
10/1 Michael Appleton
12/1 Nigel Pearson


Would be interested to see of Rodgera can make the step up. Back to the premier league and with a club that has actually won it.

Big jump.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Odds on next Leicester City permanent manager

11/8 Brendan Rodgers
7/2 David Wagner
5/1 Rafa Benitez
5/1 Mike Stowell
8/1 Neil Lennon
10/1 Michael Appleton
12/1 Nigel Pearson


Would be interested to see of Rodgera can make the step up. Back to the premier league and with a club that has actually won it.

Big jump.


Football started before 1992. if it didn't you are not the biggest small club in the world....

poor trolling

and i know you put premier league, but its a name change...nothing more.


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I liked being on top wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Odds on next Leicester City permanent manager

11/8 Brendan Rodgers
7/2 David Wagner
5/1 Rafa Benitez
5/1 Mike Stowell
8/1 Neil Lennon
10/1 Michael Appleton
12/1 Nigel Pearson


Would be interested to see of Rodgera can make the step up. Back to the premier league and with a club that has actually won it.

Big jump.


Football started before 1992. if it didn't you are not the biggest small club in the world....

poor trolling

and i know you put premier league, but its a name change...nothing more.



What? There was football before 92, I don't believe that for a minute.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Cyril.. Harry to get done for a headbutt and miss the NLD this weekend??

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Two horse race now. C'mon you Reds!

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5 different scorers for Arsenal this morn and the enigmatic Ozil could have had his second, but for the width of a post.

Now for the derby.


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Two horse race now. C'mon you Reds!

Does MC play the Reds again this season. If yes, what a match.


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eagleboy wrote:
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Two horse race now. C'mon you Reds!

Does MC play the Reds again this season. If yes, what a match.


Man City have one 'tough' game, v Man Utd
Liverpool have three, Everton away (Sunday), Chelsea and Spurs at home.

Spurs now fighting to stay in Top 4.


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Look the title is still a three horse race…. so obviously totteringham will finish fourth


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Look the title is still a three horse race…. so obviously totteringham will finish fourth


Liverpool or Man City but who is the third?


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Cyril.. Harry to get done for a headbutt and miss the NLD this weekend??

I wouldn’t think so, more of a lean in and there was about zero contact, but it was still uncalled for. Not as stupid as Trippier though!

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I see Chris Sutton has opened his big mouth again.



Rodgers' Leicester move 'stinks' - ex-Celtic star Sutton's latest rant


Former Celtic star Chris Sutton has criticised the timing of Brendan Rodgers' departure and suggested the manager has let fans down.

Celtic announced on Tuesday (AEDT) that they had "very reluctantly" given Rodgers permission to travel to Leicester for talks and he has now sealed a return to the Premier League.

The 46-year-old won all three domestic honours in his first two seasons in charge at Parkhead and appeared on course to repeat that achievement again in a third campaign.

Ex-Celtic striker Sutton therefore questioned Rodgers' decision to move to a mid-table Premier League club at this stage, while he questioned the coach's past comments about his "dream job" in Glasgow.

"It looks like Brendan Rodgers is off to Leicester City and, quite frankly, it stinks," Sutton said in a video posted to BT Sport's Twitter page before Rodgers' move to Leicester was confirmed.

"The timing of it stinks. He's going to a club who are playing for absolutely nothing. They're not going to get relegated, not going to get into Europe, and I am really disappointed.

"I think there are a lot of Celtic fans out there who will feel let down. This was the job which Brendan said was his 'dream job'. Why is he going now to a club who have nothing to play for?
"It looks like Neil Lennon will get the opportunity [to manage Celtic] and I wish him well.
"In terms of how Brendan has left the club, I think he's left the club in a tough situation. [They have had] short-term loans and losing the centre-half pairing and the right-back in the summer.
"There's a big overhaul which needs doing but, at the moment, it's about the here and now."
Providing a review of Rodgers' time in charge at Celtic, Sutton praised his domestic exploits but said the former Liverpool boss found life in European competition "too tough".
He also offered a potential reason for Rodgers' departure, suggesting his relationship with chief executive Peter Lawwell may never have recovered from a tough close-season transfer market.
"Domestically, Brendan has clean-sweeped and it's been fantastic," he said.
"Europe has been too tough for Brendan, as it has been for a lot of Celtic managers.
"He's been very negative of late. There has been a breakdown in the relationship with Peter Lawwell - Brendan threw him under the bus earlier in the season and, from that moment you're thinking, 'This isn't going to last'.
"The bottom line is the timing of this absolutely stinks. Brendan Rodgers is a top coach and I certainly wish him well. But come on, Brendan, the timing is poor."
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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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I see Chris Sutton has opened his big mouth again.



Rodgers' Leicester move 'stinks' - ex-Celtic star Sutton's latest rant


Former Celtic star Chris Sutton has criticised the timing of Brendan Rodgers' departure and suggested the manager has let fans down.

Celtic announced on Tuesday (AEDT) that they had "very reluctantly" given Rodgers permission to travel to Leicester for talks and he has now sealed a return to the Premier League.

The 46-year-old won all three domestic honours in his first two seasons in charge at Parkhead and appeared on course to repeat that achievement again in a third campaign.

Ex-Celtic striker Sutton therefore questioned Rodgers' decision to move to a mid-table Premier League club at this stage, while he questioned the coach's past comments about his "dream job" in Glasgow.

"It looks like Brendan Rodgers is off to Leicester City and, quite frankly, it stinks," Sutton said in a video posted to BT Sport's Twitter page before Rodgers' move to Leicester was confirmed.

"The timing of it stinks. He's going to a club who are playing for absolutely nothing. They're not going to get relegated, not going to get into Europe, and I am really disappointed.

"I think there are a lot of Celtic fans out there who will feel let down. This was the job which Brendan said was his 'dream job'. Why is he going now to a club who have nothing to play for?
"It looks like Neil Lennon will get the opportunity [to manage Celtic] and I wish him well.
"In terms of how Brendan has left the club, I think he's left the club in a tough situation. [They have had] short-term loans and losing the centre-half pairing and the right-back in the summer.
"There's a big overhaul which needs doing but, at the moment, it's about the here and now."
Providing a review of Rodgers' time in charge at Celtic, Sutton praised his domestic exploits but said the former Liverpool boss found life in European competition "too tough".
He also offered a potential reason for Rodgers' departure, suggesting his relationship with chief executive Peter Lawwell may never have recovered from a tough close-season transfer market.
"Domestically, Brendan has clean-sweeped and it's been fantastic," he said.
"Europe has been too tough for Brendan, as it has been for a lot of Celtic managers.
"He's been very negative of late. There has been a breakdown in the relationship with Peter Lawwell - Brendan threw him under the bus earlier in the season and, from that moment you're thinking, 'This isn't going to last'.
"The bottom line is the timing of this absolutely stinks. Brendan Rodgers is a top coach and I certainly wish him well. But come on, Brendan, the timing is poor."
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He is paid to be a pundit, why is it his big mouth?


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Sounds like Chris Sutton is right AGAIN.

He has let fans down.

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Kane offside in the leadup to his equalising penalty. Absorbing & tense derby @ Wembley.


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Old Master wrote:
I see Chris Sutton has opened his big mouth again.



Rodgers' Leicester move 'stinks' - ex-Celtic star Sutton's latest rant


Former Celtic star Chris Sutton has criticised the timing of Brendan Rodgers' departure and suggested the manager has let fans down.

Celtic announced on Tuesday (AEDT) that they had "very reluctantly" given Rodgers permission to travel to Leicester for talks and he has now sealed a return to the Premier League.

The 46-year-old won all three domestic honours in his first two seasons in charge at Parkhead and appeared on course to repeat that achievement again in a third campaign.

Ex-Celtic striker Sutton therefore questioned Rodgers' decision to move to a mid-table Premier League club at this stage, while he questioned the coach's past comments about his "dream job" in Glasgow.

"It looks like Brendan Rodgers is off to Leicester City and, quite frankly, it stinks," Sutton said in a video posted to BT Sport's Twitter page before Rodgers' move to Leicester was confirmed.

"The timing of it stinks. He's going to a club who are playing for absolutely nothing. They're not going to get relegated, not going to get into Europe, and I am really disappointed.

"I think there are a lot of Celtic fans out there who will feel let down. This was the job which Brendan said was his 'dream job'. Why is he going now to a club who have nothing to play for?
"It looks like Neil Lennon will get the opportunity [to manage Celtic] and I wish him well.
"In terms of how Brendan has left the club, I think he's left the club in a tough situation. [They have had] short-term loans and losing the centre-half pairing and the right-back in the summer.
"There's a big overhaul which needs doing but, at the moment, it's about the here and now."
Providing a review of Rodgers' time in charge at Celtic, Sutton praised his domestic exploits but said the former Liverpool boss found life in European competition "too tough".
He also offered a potential reason for Rodgers' departure, suggesting his relationship with chief executive Peter Lawwell may never have recovered from a tough close-season transfer market.
"Domestically, Brendan has clean-sweeped and it's been fantastic," he said.
"Europe has been too tough for Brendan, as it has been for a lot of Celtic managers.
"He's been very negative of late. There has been a breakdown in the relationship with Peter Lawwell - Brendan threw him under the bus earlier in the season and, from that moment you're thinking, 'This isn't going to last'.
"The bottom line is the timing of this absolutely stinks. Brendan Rodgers is a top coach and I certainly wish him well. But come on, Brendan, the timing is poor."
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He is paid to be a pundit, why is it his big mouth?



Sounds like Sutton is 100% correct.


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Kane offside in the leadup to his equalising penalty. Absorbing & tense derby @ Wembley.

Surely you don’t begrudge Spurs a little bit of good fortune after all the luck Arsenal have had down the years :wink:

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Was kane technically offside? He was fouled before he could actually challenge for the ball.


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Was kane technically offside? He was fouled before he could actually challenge for the ball.



Interesting.

I would say he's gained an advantage by being in an offside position, therefore - offside.

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Arsenal with a gritty 2-0 win against a strong ManU.

Into fourth position and now only 1 point behind Tottering and effectively two games clear of Chelski because of goal difference.


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