Manchester United sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka

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Yeah there a big club but i mean, united’s a ticking time bomb. Mass walk outs against woodward could begin at any time. The club legend manager is like 3 matches from the sack. They have no direction whatsoever. There likely losing a few of their best players. Poor advisement.
 

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Yeah there a big club but i mean, united’s a ticking time bomb. Mass walk outs against woodward could begin at any time. The club legend manager is like 3 matches from the sack. They have no direction whatsoever. There likely losing a few of their best players. Poor advisement.
Just look at the announcement on their twitter. Their virgin fans are photoshopping AWB into a green and yellow kit with “#GlazersOut” as the sponsor. It’s poison up there, their spoilt little **** fans don’t know how to copy with the fact they’re playing catch up to City and Liverpool, maybe us to an extent and they have absolutely no chance of catching the former two.

Their manager is a Cardiff flop who got the job off the back of the new manager bounce. He’s an FM-addict who has admitted to signing players based on FM. He has no place managing a top team, nor the pedigree to justify his position. Any player going there atm has been ill-advised, whether it’s from Sporting Lisbon, or Dulwich Hamlet.
 

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Wrong club for him. Needs a stable environment to keep developing his game. He’s going to be thrown in the deep end at a shit show, with turd defenders around him. He’ll be expected to do a lot more attacking, rather than backs to the wall, last ditch defending like he was doing at Palace.
Good post, not being biased all as even as outsider reckon I’d have still thought Spurs would have been a far better fit for him.

Strong English contingent, Poch is the full back whisperer and he could have gone up a level playing in our system where full back is so important.

I know his family are Man U but they are a right mess at the moment.

I would have really liked this signing but with it seeming likely we’ve secured Ndombele, Clarke and the Sessesgnon twins I can’t help but feel happier that we’ve got some fresh blood in finally.

Right back does intrigue me as will be interesting to see if we get anyone in or if Poch works on KWP (and I’ve always said how I’d love another Spurs fan in the team).

Steve Sessegnon is a right back too although he’s gonna be even more raw than KWP so doubt would be immediate option, even Walker needed some loans when we first got him.
 

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Great signing for Utd. Causes the lad a few problems though as if Utd continue to fall away he won’t be allowed to leave
 

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I think there is little doubt that Utd have made a very good signing but although I would have liked us to sign AWB I'm not devastated that he has gone elsewhere.

AWB's strengths are defensive rather than attacking and although Poch may well have improved him but I'm not sure he was exactly what we needed especially as Poch likes to rotate his FBs due to the demands of their role in his system.
 
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