Making Ends Meet    Baheya to establish integrated hospital for women's cancer treatment for EGP 880m    Egypt's first ‘ideal mother': woman's success story, struggles    Picolina: pebble art linking beauty, nature    Dahabeya: passage through time on Nile river    'Spanish press want to kill me', says Courtois after difficult week    PSG's Neymar charged for 'insulting' referee in Man United defeat    Tusk: EU can't offer any more Brexit help to May    Trump's Golan statement draws strong regional condemnation    Vietnam protests to China over South China Sea boat sinking    Depay proves quality to Koeman as Dutch beat Belarus    thyssenkrupp wins major order for fertiliser complex in Egypt    Benban Solar Park wins WBG's best project award    Fitch upgrades Egypt's credit rating to B+    New investments of EGP 6.3bn injected in Egypt during February: MIIC    Varied paths of reform in Africa    Tutankhamun goes to Paris    Disney closes $71B deal for Fox entertainment assets    Geography, history, future: Umbrella for Arab-African integration    Israel kills Abu Leila who stabbed to death Israeli soldier    To be continued    Greta    Egypt's squash hub    International Universities to start its next academic year in the New Capital    Darts for all    A Broken Window play is the latest at Taliaa Theatre, don't miss it    Mustafa Al-Razzaz's art is on show at the Gezira Arts Centre    Don't miss Asmaa Waguih's photography show at the AUC Photographic Gallery    Egypt's Parliament began national dialogue over constitutional amendments    Mohammed Ali Palace celebrates Mother's Day with royal jewellery exhibition    Not German Christian Democrats    National dialogue begins    Christchurch terror    Another year for Syria?    Diaa Rashwan    New horizons    Witness to War and Peace: Egypt, the October War, and Beyond: English memoir of Al-Sadat's Cabinet    Africa anticipates CAF Champions League, Confederation Cup quarter-final draws    Shoukry in Muscat for Egyptian-Omani committee    Egypt parliament provisionally approves bill on protecting personal data    Uganda releases 14 Egyptian expats after embassy intervention    Soda, sports drinks tied to higher risk of early death    Smartphone mindfulness app helps curb loneliness    Right man for the right job    Op-ed review: Christchurch attacks, Press Syndicate's election    Borussia Dortmund's late, great victory comes with a warning    Irrigation Minister warns of water scarcity in Egypt    Egypt's Court of Cassation upholds verdict putting 169 Brotherhood members on terror list    







Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.





Interim manager would hold United back, says Fletcher
Published in Ahram Online on 19 - 12 - 2018

Manchester United run the risk of "writing off" next season as well as the remainder of the current one if they appoint an interim manager to replace Jose Mourinho, former United midfielder Darren Fletcher has said.
United dismissed manager Mourinho on Tuesday after their worst start to a season for 28 years.
A source close to the club has told Reuters that Fletcher's former team mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club's ex-assistant coach Mike Phelan were set to return to Old Trafford as caretaker managers until the end of the season.
"Manchester United should never be in this position," Fletcher, who won who won five Premier League titles in 12 years at United, told the BBC.
"They're almost writing off this season and next season because if they appoint a new manager in the summer he's not going to have much time to look for new players."
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has emerged as the bookmakers' favourite as United look for their fourth full-time manager since 2013 when Alex Ferguson retired after nearly 27 years in charge.
"There is a real concern that you could have two seasons of rebuilding again," Fletcher added.
United are sixth in the league, 19 points behind leaders Liverpool and 11 points off the Champions League places.
(For more sports news and updates, follow Ahram Online Sports on Twitter at @AO_Sports and on Facebook at AhramOnlineSports.)


Clic here to read the story from its source.