Absent owners and bad management with Sir AlexIn addition to an already known absence of the Glazers, this newspaper assures that the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson became traumatic at Manchester United. Behind the, Only Jose Mourinho enjoyed a project with some results: a second place in the League and a Europa League in his best campaign. 15 years ago, the Glazers took over Manchester United. Americans more than a decade later are in a delicate situation. Red devils have lost and for a long time the dominance of English football in recent years and the fans are already organized for years against such a disastrous and absent management except for the dolphin, Ed Woodward.Daily Mail has compiled several of the aspects that have led to a situation that seemed difficult to believe at the beginning of the decade when United came from being European champion and reigned regularly in the Premier. They say that one of the keys to the club’s success was the relationship between Sir Alex Ferguson and David Gill, Executive Vice President of the club, which was replaced by the unpopular Woodward. Gill and Ferguson met every Friday morning to assess the status of the equipment and maintain a fluid line of information between field and offices. In summer, Gill went to the market knowing the needs and the players that Sir Alex wanted and who was responsible for making performance.“A period of Woodward with Gill would have helped him to know how the club worked,” he says. This newspaper as a solution afterwards.Transfers: a lot of expense and little performanceThe focus is also on the signings. The club signs more than before and also, with players that offer worse performance. The lack of control when managing this plot is clear in the hiring of Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes. Daily Mail points out how United stretched the rope in search of a rebate that it failed. In the end, both players arrived for a fairly high figure and later than they could do the first time.The team continues one more year adrift. United is qualified for the Europa League qualifiers and is the eighth place in the Premier League, six points behind European positions.