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Scott writes for Bleacher Report about the 10 decisions the new manager will have to make.

The Guardian reports on Rene Meulensteen’s claims that Moyes ignored advice.

Pride Of All Europe talks about Van Gaal bringing Keano back.

The Telegraph reckons Conte could be in for the United job.

Stretty News talks about the removal of ‘The Chosen One’ banner.

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Scott is the editor of Red Matters - 50 Years of Supporting Manchester United and an author of Play Like Fergie's Boys and Not Nineteen Forever. He writes for ESPN, The Metro and Bleacher Report. Follow @R_o_M on Twitter.

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  1. Fletch™ says:

    Moyes and LMA settle with United. Moyes Out with £3.5million payoff, misses out on £1m Champions League bonus.

    Also notes some players will earn 25% less next term due to lack of CL football 8O

  2. Fletch™ says:

    Also, Club announce some accommodation of J stand SS holders who want to remain.

    Also state that it was the clubs decision to move fans, Nothing to do with fans clubs input. Acknowledge it could have been handled better.

  3. masso2sets says:

    Is this what Giggsy meant?

    Oh, me lads,
    You should have seen us coming,
    Fastest team in the League,
    Just to see us running,
    All the lads and lasses,
    With smiles upon their faces,
    Walking down the Warwick Road,
    To see Matt Busby’s aces!

  4. Tommy says:

    I cant disagree with what Scott wrot although I do think its too early to write Carrick off just yet, he has 2 years at least left in the locker, also Nani is looking for the exir ASAP, hes clearly got no future here any more, the rest of the article is spot on.

    I would of liked him to keep the staff and it is well documented that Sir Alex recommended it himself, however saying that as Rene mentioned in this article he is well within his rights to bring in his own men. The quotes used in this article also confirm that Rene chose to go and was not sacked as some on here would like us to believe.

    Their is very little chance that Van Gaal will bring in Keano, I would love it myself but as the article says why woulf Van Gaal randomly pick someone hes never worked with before.

    I would be amazed if Conte was given the job, that can firmly be put in the silly season rumour mill box


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