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It`s That Man Again!

It`s widely accepted that Sir Alex Ferguson, although he may want to, cannot go on forever.

At some stage or other he will step down or be moved aside.

Today, on the back of some comments made on Radio 4, the name of Jose Mourinho has been put back into the frame as his possible replacement, with Jose having commented,

'My passion is England and my next step will be to go back and, if possible, go and stay for a long time.'

Not a lot we can do, but is he suitable for the Old Trafford post or would his antics mean he`s a no-no?

Your thoughts please!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 26 2011

Time: 12:32PM

Your Comments

has always seemed the right fit and surely with his form with Real, any doubts that he is purely a pragmatic coach have been put to bed and he can continue to allow United to play the right type of football, whilst maintaining the expected success
oxfordspur
oxfordspur has summarised my opinion on the possible appointment quite nicely. Mourinho has now shown that he can play attractive football, be solid at the back and still be successful. He's also more reassuring now as his shown a patience with the youngsters and given them a fair chance to showcase their ability and potential and gave them a place in his team rather than just sticking with the tried and proven players. I think it's also fair to say his most recent transfer policy at Madrid where he finds good, great and world class talent/potential for nominal fees by todays standards makes him an even stronger contender. If it's true and he means he will be coming back for a long time then he seems the perfect replacement for Fergie when he decides to call it a day.
TheFamousNo7
Morinho has proved that he is one the greatest in the game, he has won so much already in different leagues with different types of teams. He has curbed his comments lately, and has created a homogenous side in Real that is both strong defensively as well as offensively, something his predessesors never managed. He is a perfect fit for United, and with all the comments coming from different players and managers, I think its a done deal already, SAF has already pointed to Morinho who is just biting his time at Real.
nordkap
Hit the nail on the head nordkap. Don't want to get my hopes up but it does seem like a verbal agreement is already in place.
TheFamousNo7
We all worry about the day when Fergie will step down .And hope the transition to new management will be smooth seamless and Trophies in the first year . I can't see anyone apart from the special one filling the shoes .
nickster
 

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