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Redprint

Overcoming Manchester United's Identity Crisis

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In 2013, when legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement, Manchester United seemed the dream job for any football manager. Champions of England, the biggest and most profitable club in the world. What could possibly go wrong for his successor, who would be appointed with the clear intention of continuing the club's rich tradition? Redprint explores, in forensic detail, the six turbulent years at Old Trafford since Ferguson walked away. Despite record levels of expenditure, a succession of different managers with different philosophies and concerns about the changing identity of the club, United continued to compel throughout this period of underachievement. Wayne Barton examines each of the managerial reigns since 2013 and discusses their successes and failures in a historical and contemporary context to ask the question - are Manchester United closer to regaining their glory, or are they simply repeating mistakes of years gone by?

Product code: 9781785315541

ISBN 9781785315541
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H216xW138
No. Of Pages 352
Publisher Pitch Publishing Ltd
When Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement from managing Manchester United, his successor was appointed with the intention of continuing the club's rich tradition. It could be argued that history did indeed repeat itself. Redprint explores the six-year period when the world's biggest football club found itself in an identity crisis.