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ďI think everyone is still to this day realising what Sir Alex was and did. I donít think anyone could have taken over and carried the club on with the same success. It seems to me like the club needed change and modernisation. And I can imagine itís been hard for the club to realise that. United is tradition and history. Tradition and history is hard to change. Especially when itís as long and successful as United. A modern football club needs a philosophy thatís defined by the club - not the manager. In terms of football you need to have a clear idea what a United player and a United team is. That responsibility should be on the club - not the manager. Otherwise you end up buying a new team every time you change the manager. Itís not a one-man job. Only for Sir Alex because he defined the club. Maybe the club did have a clear strategy and philosophy on football. But looking at it from the outside it hasnít been clear. he business side of the club seems to have been taken well care of. But at the end of the day itís the football side thatís the foundation. If you donít make sure the foundation is solid the business will slowly crumble.Ē