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Ferguson`s Successor

Ferguson`s Successor

A rare trophy-less season has seen some pundits speculate about Sir Alex possibly retiring,

Whilst we`re quite sure the Scot will be in charge next season, one tabloid journalist reckons that his, apparent, waning powers could see him retire at the end of next season.

It also goes on to suggest that United will not be bringing in a big name in the shape of Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho or David Moyes but will look to promote from within.

And as for the name being put forward, look no further than our record appearance maker - Ryan Giggs

Now I wonder!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday May 16 2012
Time: 4:48PM

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Giggs could possibly be a good manager but it's too much of a jump up for it to happen anytime soon. He's unproven in management and taking over from Fergie would be too much for him. Not to mention the current squad have later with has a player and might not respect his authority as a manager. Maybe if he proves himself in management when we've got a different squad that respec him as a legend and manager.
TheFamousNo7
16/05/2012 17:22:00
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Its obviously between Guardiola, Mourinho, Moyes or Terry Venables.
Kanchelskis
18/05/2012 16:01:00
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or Stevie Bruce or Keane as they are both out of work and will be CHEAP something which is a bye word at Old Toilet these days..... the others You are having a laff, arent you Kanchelskis?
cityman51
18/05/2012 19:59:00
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If anyone's having a laugh here Cityman it's you mate. Both Guardia and Mourinho are realistic options and I personally believe it will be Mourinho after Fergie to steady the ship from there I don't know.
TheFamousNo7
18/05/2012 20:02:00
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