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Mokoena Knows

No matter how long Fergie goes on, United will face a massive problem in some years' time: how to replace a man who's brought incredible, fantastic success to Old Trafford and changed this club forever?

Fortunately, we have a number of expert opinions to schoose from, the latest coming from Aaron Mokoena, member of the Rovers side beaten by United last Saturday. He's voted for his current boss, United legend Mark Hughes who's built a formidable team at Ewood Park.

'I admire him as a coach and I don't see why he couldn't do well at United,' the South African said.

'He's been in there and made a name for himself as a player.

'Mark has been at United and knows a lot about the club — but he has also played for some of the biggest sides in the world.

'As a player you want to achieve things and as a manager you want the same.

'The higher you go, that's where you get you the biggest challenges.

'I'm sure he is concentrating on Blackburn and he wants to do as well as possible — but you can never tell about tomorrow.

'It would be a massive move for him. I don't have any doubts about him doing well at any club he manages.'

Finally, someone who is not backing Queiroz or McClaren for the big job...


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

Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday November 16 2006
Time: 3:23PM

Comments

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due to his united background a possible fans favourite perhaps..needs to prove and succeed with blackburn though first....
ernshaw
17/11/2006 17:04:00
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He's definitely going the right way even if they are not so impressive this season.
midlothian99
17/11/2006 18:38:00
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could he really handle the biggest team in the world? id prefer keano to replace fergie
rooneyisgod
17/11/2006 21:29:00
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