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Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by KingLennon(m): 12:07pm On Dec 18, 2018
ZINEDINE ZIDANE
The favourite, both with the bookies and United's disgruntled supporters, is Zinedine Zidane.
The Frenchman stood down as Real Madrid boss after leading the Spanish side to a third consecutive Champions League triumph with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool in May.
Despite his remarkable record in European competition, there are those that remain unconvinced by the former France international's coaching ability, with the argument being that he is tactically limited and also little more than a cup specialist.
However, such an attitude does Zidane a huge disservice, given he also won La Liga in 2016-17. There is no denying, though, that the most impressive aspect of his Real reign was the way in which he successfully managed a group of superstars, maintaining harmony in a dressing-room of massive egos and also rotating Cristiano Ronaldo regularly and effectively. One would imagine that one of the most revered figures in world football would have an even bigger impact upon on a United side that, despite Mourinho's protestations to the contrary, has been lacking in unity and confidence since the start of the season.

MAURICIO POCHETTINO
"For every single manager who is younger than him, he was an inspiration," Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said of Jose Mourinho earlier this season. "For everyone. I took a lot of things from him. So many things." It has is now evident that the student has become the master. Indeed, many have believed for some time that United erred badly by picking Mourinho rather than Pochettino to succeed Louis van Gaal as coach in 2016. By that stage, it was already abundantly obvious that the Argentine was one of the best young coaches in the game.
Of course, the critics will point to the fact that Pochettino has yet to win a trophy of any note in north London but it is worth remembering that he took over a club in disarray and now has Tottenham competing and starring in the Champions League.
Indeed, anybody who witnessed their victory over Real Madrid last season could not have been anything but impressed by the style and swagger of the display.
It was a similar story at Old Trafford in August, with Pochettino making a mockery of Mourinho's constant moaning about Ed Woodward's parsimony by beating United 3-0 with a squad that wasn't strengthened by a single summer signing.
The contrast between the pair, both in terms of style and personality, is stark and it is difficult not to conclude that Pochettino would get more out of United's players than Mourinho.
The big question is, though: would he really want to swap Spurs for United right now?...

MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI
On the face of it, Manchester United have little hope of landing Massimiliano Allegri, who is under contract at Juventus until 2020.
The Italian even turned down Real Madrid during the summer, explaining in June: "I am grateful to president Florentino Perez for taking me into consideration, but I have always liked Juventus' plans, which are renewed every year with the aim of always winning.
"I will look to continue the improvements that we began four years ago, alongside [Beppe] Marotta, [Fabio] Paratici, [Pavel] Nedved and the president."
With Cristiano Ronaldo having since arrived in Turin, Allegri is now happier than ever before with his bosses, as he is now closer than ever to realising his dream of lifting the Champions League. However, we know that Allegri would like to work in England and the feeling is that if he were to lead the Old Lady to glory in Madrid next June, he would view it as the ideal time to leave Turin in search of a new challenge. As a five-time Scudetto winner and a two-time Champions League finalist with greater skills of diplomacy and man-management, Allegri would doubtless be a popular choice with both the board and players at Old Trafford. It's highly unlikely he'd be available until next summer but that could well suited United and the ex-AC Milan boss would be worth the wait.

RYAN GIGGS
Ryan Giggs's chances of being the next Man United boss always appear remote but it seems that no list of potential candidates can be compiled without the Welshman, given the strength of his ties to the club.
The former winger is, of course, an Old Trafford legend, having spent his entire 24-year playing career with the Red Devils, winning a staggering 13 Premier League titles and two Champions Leagues during that time.
He is, therefore, beloved by fans but a return looks unlikely nonetheless. The supporters would arguably love nothing more than seeing Giggs lead their club to success but even they would have doubts over his ability to do so..

Man.ut fans lets hear your say....
Cc: AndrewFarms

http://m.goal.com/x/en-ng/news/4055/mamain/2018/12/18/47350512/zidane-pochettino-the-managers-that-could-succeed-mourinho

Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Nobody: 12:08pm On Dec 18, 2018
President buhari

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by KingLennon(m): 12:19pm On Dec 18, 2018
Shibaraba:
President buhari
Dat one and mou nah dea same... grin

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by AndrewFarms(m): 3:57pm On Dec 18, 2018
KingLennon:
ZINEDINE ZIDANE
The favourite, both with the bookies and United's disgruntled supporters, is Zinedine Zidane.
The Frenchman stood down as Real Madrid boss after leading the Spanish side to a third consecutive Champions League triumph with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool in May.
Despite his remarkable record in European competition, there are those that remain unconvinced by the former France international's coaching ability, with the argument being that he is tactically limited and also little more than a cup specialist.
However, such an attitude does Zidane a huge disservice, given he also won La Liga in 2016-17. There is no denying, though, that the most impressive aspect of his Real reign was the way in which he successfully managed a group of superstars, maintaining harmony in a dressing-room of massive egos and also rotating Cristiano Ronaldo regularly and effectively. One would imagine that one of the most revered figures in world football would have an even bigger impact upon on a United side that, despite Mourinho's protestations to the contrary, has been lacking in unity and confidence since the start of the season.

MAURICIO POCHETTINO
"For every single manager who is younger than him, he was an inspiration," Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said of Jose Mourinho earlier this season. "For everyone. I took a lot of things from him. So many things." It has is now evident that the student has become the master. Indeed, many have believed for some time that United erred badly by picking Mourinho rather than Pochettino to succeed Louis van Gaal as coach in 2016. By that stage, it was already abundantly obvious that the Argentine was one of the best young coaches in the game.
Of course, the critics will point to the fact that Pochettino has yet to win a trophy of any note in north London but it is worth remembering that he took over a club in disarray and now has Tottenham competing and starring in the Champions League.
Indeed, anybody who witnessed their victory over Real Madrid last season could not have been anything but impressed by the style and swagger of the display.
It was a similar story at Old Trafford in August, with Pochettino making a mockery of Mourinho's constant moaning about Ed Woodward's parsimony by beating United 3-0 with a squad that wasn't strengthened by a single summer signing.
The contrast between the pair, both in terms of style and personality, is stark and it is difficult not to conclude that Pochettino would get more out of United's players than Mourinho.
The big question is, though: would he really want to swap Spurs for United right now?...

MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI
On the face of it, Manchester United have little hope of landing Massimiliano Allegri, who is under contract at Juventus until 2020.
The Italian even turned down Real Madrid during the summer, explaining in June: "I am grateful to president Florentino Perez for taking me into consideration, but I have always liked Juventus' plans, which are renewed every year with the aim of always winning.
"I will look to continue the improvements that we began four years ago, alongside [Beppe] Marotta, [Fabio] Paratici, [Pavel] Nedved and the president."
With Cristiano Ronaldo having since arrived in Turin, Allegri is now happier than ever before with his bosses, as he is now closer than ever to realising his dream of lifting the Champions League. However, we know that Allegri would like to work in England and the feeling is that if he were to lead the Old Lady to glory in Madrid next June, he would view it as the ideal time to leave Turin in search of a new challenge. As a five-time Scudetto winner and a two-time Champions League finalist with greater skills of diplomacy and man-management, Allegri would doubtless be a popular choice with both the board and players at Old Trafford. It's highly unlikely he'd be available until next summer but that could well suited United and the ex-AC Milan boss would be worth the wait.

RYAN GIGGS
Ryan Giggs's chances of being the next Man United boss always appear remote but it seems that no list of potential candidates can be compiled without the Welshman, given the strength of his ties to the club.
The former winger is, of course, an Old Trafford legend, having spent his entire 24-year playing career with the Red Devils, winning a staggering 13 Premier League titles and two Champions Leagues during that time.
He is, therefore, beloved by fans but a return looks unlikely nonetheless. The supporters would arguably love nothing more than seeing Giggs lead their club to success but even they would have doubts over his ability to do so..

Man.ut fans lets hear your say....
Cc: AndrewFarms

http://m.goal.com/x/en-ng/news/4055/mamain/2018/12/18/47350512/zidane-pochettino-the-managers-that-could-succeed-mourinho


roaster call by the chairman himself....
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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by dfrost: 10:51pm On Dec 19, 2018
AndrewFarms:



roaster call by the chairman himself....
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Fuckingmallam45 Allylic

Solskjaer as Caretaker is okay for me. Homeboy has a winning mentality.

Can't forget his 4 goal wonder when he came off the bench. Although a previously good player doesn't translate to a good manager but there has been exceptions in Pep, Zidane and Ancellotti.

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Derinhenz: 9:58am On Dec 20, 2018
No one but Micheal Jordan

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by maxiuc(m): 9:58am On Dec 20, 2018
cheesy
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by bknight: 9:58am On Dec 20, 2018
They need to overhaul that team undecided

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by kennosklint(m): 9:58am On Dec 20, 2018
Arsene wenger

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by alekside(m): 9:59am On Dec 20, 2018
Nicky Butt, O'Shea or Fletcher. In fact any of those average players used by SAF to win a lot of titles. They all understand the United way.

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by aleeyus(m): 9:59am On Dec 20, 2018
k;
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by deepwater(f): 9:59am On Dec 20, 2018
Clemens Westerhof (born 3 May 1940 in Beek, Montferland, Gelderland) is a Dutch football manager, who has worked in various football positions on the African continent since 1989.

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Boxer007:



Gay men makes best managers sir. They are rationale

so he fcuks everyone on the bench?

Boxer007:



Use your uncommon sense, which is not common.
Gay men ate better comunicators & great at developing team playing
u mean they ate the communicators thinking it was vibrators ? Nice undecided
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Nobody: 9:59am On Dec 20, 2018
David Moyes
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Shookonekilla: 10:00am On Dec 20, 2018
WE UNITED FANS DO NOT CARE WHAT WE CARE ABOUT IS WHO WILL REPLACE THE INCOMPETENT BUHARI NEXT YEAR

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by kasimshafii: 10:00am On Dec 20, 2018
Me
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by helinues: 10:01am On Dec 20, 2018
Zidane of course. Man Utd needs a coach that can operate from the midfield.

No reasonable players to pair Matic in the midfield

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Earthrealmlord: 10:01am On Dec 20, 2018
RYAN GIGGS
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Henry1006(m): 10:02am On Dec 20, 2018
Lai mohammed would suffice. sad
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Maxcollins042(m): 10:02am On Dec 20, 2018
Samson Siasia

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by LZAA: 10:02am On Dec 20, 2018
Barring any unforeseen circumstances
Poch is going to replace him fully at the end of the season hence the bringing in of ole on a interim basis
Zidane despite his three UCLs is seen as second choice
Allegri after mourinho will be too soon as us reds want attacking football and he is a counterattacking coach

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by BabaO2: 10:02am On Dec 20, 2018
Mourinho bought his own weapon of destruction that eventually destroyed him. He was looking for players in the realms of Drogba, Terry or Lampard, he went for Lukaku and Pogba

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Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Nobody: 10:02am On Dec 20, 2018
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Boxer007(m): 10:03am On Dec 20, 2018
KingLennon:
ZINEDINE ZIDANE
The favourite, both with the bookies and United's disgruntled supporters, is Zinedine Zidane.
The Frenchman stood down as Real Madrid boss after leading the Spanish side to a third consecutive Champions League triumph with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool in May.
Despite his remarkable record in European competition, there are those that remain unconvinced by the former France international's coaching ability, with the argument being that he is tactically limited and also little more than a cup specialist.
However, such an attitude does Zidane a huge disservice, given he also won La Liga in 2016-17. There is no denying, though, that the most impressive aspect of his Real reign was the way in which he successfully managed a group of superstars, maintaining harmony in a dressing-room of massive egos and also rotating Cristiano Ronaldo regularly and effectively. One would imagine that one of the most revered figures in world football would have an even bigger impact upon on a United side that, despite Mourinho's protestations to the contrary, has been lacking in unity and confidence since the start of the season.

MAURICIO POCHETTINO
"For every single manager who is younger than him, he was an inspiration," Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino said of Jose Mourinho earlier this season. "For everyone. I took a lot of things from him. So many things." It has is now evident that the student has become the master. Indeed, many have believed for some time that United erred badly by picking Mourinho rather than Pochettino to succeed Louis van Gaal as coach in 2016. By that stage, it was already abundantly obvious that the Argentine was one of the best young coaches in the game.
Of course, the critics will point to the fact that Pochettino has yet to win a trophy of any note in north London but it is worth remembering that he took over a club in disarray and now has Tottenham competing and starring in the Champions League.
Indeed, anybody who witnessed their victory over Real Madrid last season could not have been anything but impressed by the style and swagger of the display.
It was a similar story at Old Trafford in August, with Pochettino making a mockery of Mourinho's constant moaning about Ed Woodward's parsimony by beating United 3-0 with a squad that wasn't strengthened by a single summer signing.
The contrast between the pair, both in terms of style and personality, is stark and it is difficult not to conclude that Pochettino would get more out of United's players than Mourinho.
The big question is, though: would he really want to swap Spurs for United right now?...

MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI
On the face of it, Manchester United have little hope of landing Massimiliano Allegri, who is under contract at Juventus until 2020.
The Italian even turned down Real Madrid during the summer, explaining in June: "I am grateful to president Florentino Perez for taking me into consideration, but I have always liked Juventus' plans, which are renewed every year with the aim of always winning.
"I will look to continue the improvements that we began four years ago, alongside [Beppe] Marotta, [Fabio] Paratici, [Pavel] Nedved and the president."
With Cristiano Ronaldo having since arrived in Turin, Allegri is now happier than ever before with his bosses, as he is now closer than ever to realising his dream of lifting the Champions League. However, we know that Allegri would like to work in England and the feeling is that if he were to lead the Old Lady to glory in Madrid next June, he would view it as the ideal time to leave Turin in search of a new challenge. As a five-time Scudetto winner and a two-time Champions League finalist with greater skills of diplomacy and man-management, Allegri would doubtless be a popular choice with both the board and players at Old Trafford. It's highly unlikely he'd be available until next summer but that could well suited United and the ex-AC Milan boss would be worth the wait.

RYAN GIGGS
Ryan Giggs's chances of being the next Man United boss always appear remote but it seems that no list of potential candidates can be compiled without the Welshman, given the strength of his ties to the club.
The former winger is, of course, an Old Trafford legend, having spent his entire 24-year playing career with the Red Devils, winning a staggering 13 Premier League titles and two Champions Leagues during that time.
He is, therefore, beloved by fans but a return looks unlikely nonetheless. The supporters would arguably love nothing more than seeing Giggs lead their club to success but even they would have doubts over his ability to do so..

Man.ut fans lets hear your say....
Cc: AndrewFarms

http://m.goal.com/x/en-ng/news/4055/mamain/2018/12/18/47350512/zidane-pochettino-the-managers-that-could-succeed-mourinho


Gay men makes best managers sir. They are rationale
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by LZAA: 10:03am On Dec 20, 2018
alekside:
Nicky Butt, O'Shea or Fletcher. In fact any of those average players used by SAF to win a lot of titles. They all understand the United way.
Fletcher and o'shea are still playing
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by EmekaBlue(m): 10:03am On Dec 20, 2018
RYAN GIGGS
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by Nobody: 10:03am On Dec 20, 2018
Rafael Benitez has always been the one cleaning up after Mourinho.

Manchester united should hire him.
Re: Who Should Replace Mourinho As Man.utd Coach? by SignatureNG(f): 10:04am On Dec 20, 2018
Victor Ikpeba

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