Manchester United Sack Manager Owen


Manchester United have sacked manager Greg Owen after identifying a catalogue of his failings at the club.

The manager took over at United in August 2017 and has managed the team for four seasons, winning an SMFA Shield trophy in Season 8.

Club Chief Executive Ed Woodward and club legend Sir Bobby Charlton discuss the state of the team after the recent 4-1 loss to Barcelona at Old Trafford

The club press statement noted that, despite setting a clear standard for the manager, they have been forced to make a change after making no progress with results and the worst start to a season in the history of Top 100.

With the club currently winless in the league, and firmly anchored to the bottom of the Division 1 table, even creditable draws against league top-six sides Juventus and Liverpool were not enough to save Owen’s job. He has also received criticism for a lack of success in the transfer market, and the rumoured spat with Edison Cavani which saw the prolific striker leave the club in the off-season.

Sacked manager Greg Owen was unavailable for comment and his future is unclear after the termination of his contract with United.

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