soheil rostami:Well for me the best manager to replace saf is david moyes. Hes someone that has done so much with so little at everton and has been consistent over the past 10 years. He also has a good relationship with SAF and united so i see him as the ideal man to replace saf whenever saf decides to retire.
michaek: Stanley Jones:Another suggestion would be Brendan Rogers with Ray Wilkins as his second in command That's not a suggestion, it's a nightmare.
Stanley Jones:Another suggestion would be Brendan Rogers with Ray Wilkins as his second in command
mvg17reddevil:I might be going a little overboard....but someone is doing their coaching badges now and can have a Guardiola-style effect after a few years - DARREN FLETCHER!
bon scott:There is something about United and Scotish. So I think that thing with Moyes could work. But I would consider Solskjaer aswell.
Bernard Kelly:"Why the hell should we get him?" Maybe because he has something to prove. He has turned Atleticos fortunes around and i suspect he would be looking to prove himself with a bigger club. Unlike say Mourhino he does not carry any baggage. With mourhino I think he has the attitude that it is everyones fault but his. This guy has a good philosophy about work rate and passing. I think that given time and financial resources he can make any team into winners. Moyes is also one to look at. He has done wonders for Everton and he seems to have the Fergie philosophy.
Also I'm sorry but A.Bilbao are 7th in La Liga - Played 26 W9 D10 L7 and at 37pts are 33 pts behind Real and 23 behind Barca. I would want to see him there for at least another year before I could say if he'd be right for Utd or not. We are top of the PL but we couldn't do it in europe where as they are doing well in europe but with a win average of roughly 1 in 3 in La Liga - sorry, that's just not good enough.
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