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Man United have a history of bringing young players through and giving them a chance, the supporters have come to expect and even demand that that happens, so those young players are given plenty of leeway and allowed to make mistakes. i'm not sure that would happen at City, look at the stick Kelly is getting on here this season, it would take a real change in mindset for a lot of fans I think. plus United tend to have more 'easy' games (CL group stage dead rubbers, Cardiff!) where they can play those young players, City don't really have any like that unless they get favourable draws in the cups.
mate, You do realise that those relegated/promoted teams are replaced by other teams coming down/up, and that their managers are then factored in when working out the longest serving manager?
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Took my boy to see Bath City on Saturday for his first match, have to say they played some really nice stuff and got a good 4-0 win, see the link for highlights. Opi Edwards got an excellent 1st goal and looked pretty lively throughout. I'm not sure how much game time Wollacott will be getting there though as the keeper Bath have on loan from Reading currently looked very tidy. http://www.thenationalleague.org.uk/match-info/match-centre/1-2850609/videos/119145