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Podcast SE2-EP03: "Football taught by MK Dons"

What an awful week for Manchester United away fans, drawing 1-1 with Sunderland at the Stadium of Light to then travel down to Milton Keynes to get smashed by MK Dons and dumped out of the Capital One Cup. This week the RedMancunian dissect both of those performances and look forward to the future with new signing Angel di Maria and hopefully some new additions before the transfer window for this summer closes.

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RedMancunian: Manchester United Podcast

Season 02 – Episode 03.

Manchester United Podcast


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3 replies on “Podcast SE2-EP03: "Football taught by MK Dons"”

Good day

Great podcast. Just wanted to let you know that the direct link for the podcast on this page links to the first episode of season two and not the third. Keep up the good work.

There is a big point that I think a lot of people are forgetting about. When Fergie stepped down the chance was there to sign Mouriniho. If you look at what he has done for Chelsea since he returned it is nothing short of negligence in the decision they made not hiring him. Chelsea now have a good team, structure and manager. Something that we thought we had. If we had Jose last year we would have been there or abouts last year and would probably be kicking on this year. Instead we have brought in a new manager who has to sort out an absolute mess. Fergie was always going to step down but the replacement decision in my opinion has caused this mess.

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