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Pep to Suceed Sir Alex?

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?

Your thoughts please!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
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
28/10/2012 12:57:00
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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
28/10/2012 12:57:00
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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
28/10/2012 18:44:00
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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
28/10/2012 18:44:00
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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
28/10/2012 22:28:00
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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
28/10/2012 22:28:00
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