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Pep to Suceed Sir Alex?

With Sir Alex Ferguson being no spring-chicken, the subject of who`ll succeed him in the Old Trafford managerial chair has reared its head again.

This time, the name in the frame is that of a manager who has taken a yearlong sabbatical from the game - Pep Guardiola.

Could Pep be the man to succeed Sir Alex?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 28 2012

Time: 12:18PM

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No doubt his name is on the short list however there's most probably loads of names on that list with him. Personally I can't see past it being anyone other than mourinho. It would be interesting if it proves to be Guardiola as, whilst he was a great manager in Spain with Barcelona, there's still massive questions marks over his managerial skills.
TheFamousNo7
No doubt his name is on the short list however there's most probably loads of names on that list with him. Personally I can't see past it being anyone other than mourinho. It would be interesting if it proves to be Guardiola as, whilst he was a great manager in Spain with Barcelona, there's still massive questions marks over his managerial skills.
TheFamousNo7
why do you guys need managers when refs and linesmen are the real ones who ensure you win. 13 against 9 and you need an offside goal to sneak in 3-2. hah, the state of decayed football!
johnny come lately
why do you guys need managers when refs and linesmen are the real ones who ensure you win. 13 against 9 and you need an offside goal to sneak in 3-2. hah, the state of decayed football!
johnny come lately
omg - another ABU inane comment - johnny come lately do one and jump into a pile of steaming *****e just like the drivel coming from your keyboard......
niteworlok
omg - another ABU inane comment - johnny come lately do one and jump into a pile of steaming *****e just like the drivel coming from your keyboard......
niteworlok
 

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