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    Posted: 06 May 2013 at 10:31am
With it looking like Mourhino will take over at Chelsea, surely that will block the chance if him moving to Utd when Fergie leaves. Mourhino appeared to be the perfect replacement for Fergie when Fergie decides to retire or move upstairs. So the question is, should Fergie already do this now for the greater good of the club and allow Utd to get their main replacement target?
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If I was United I would be eyeing Guardiola in a few years.  Great manager and we are only going to see what a great job he did at Barca over the next year or so.  All those people who said anybody could manage that club showed once again that they did not have a clue about the game. 
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Moyes cut to 1/2 to be new United manager!Shocked
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Moyes cut to 1/2 to be new United manager!Shocked


2/1 still in stan james, no firm as short as 1/2 but two odds on, pep 20/1 surely worth a euro or two
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:


Moyes cut to 1/2 to be new United manager!Shocked


Marketing stunt. If there was serious money in a market like this, Moyes would be 1/10 ( And serious in manager markets is about a 5er). But that wont stop Paddy Power being name checked all over the airwaves today. And no foubt theres plenty of odds against available.
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Originally posted by Kerrzy Kerrzy wrote:

Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:


Moyes cut to 1/2 to be new United manager!Shocked


Marketing stunt. If there was serious money in a market like this, Moyes would be 1/10 ( And serious in manager markets is about a 5er). But that wont stop Paddy Power being name checked all over the airwaves today. And no foubt theres plenty of odds against available.


been following this market for a few years, all firms have drastically cut moyes since the last time I checked it and pep and jose have drifted like mad

at mine min odds being offered are 4/7, 10/11, 6/4 and 2's

bookies on SSN often say one well known face with a £50 bet will affect the whole market based on past experiences of that person being in the know, albeit a bit harder with united as has been so long
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Fergie should'nt and wont step a side. Dont think they will give the job to mourinho anyway. I agree with above that Guardiola is the main target for his replacement. I think fergie will keep going untill Guardiola's contract is up at Bayern in 3 years. By that stage Bayern could be Europe's best team by a distance
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There is not a hope in hell Moyes would get the United job.

He has never won a trophy for a start. Don't get me wrong he is a good manager but until he starts winning trophies he will NEVER be considered.

And there's a big difference between being a good manager and being able to deliver a trophy.

Mourinho, Guardiala and Ancelotti would be 3 managers in with a shout at this present moment.

However as Fergie said himself he will be there for probably another 3 to 5 years.
     
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Originally posted by nvidic nvidic wrote:

Originally posted by Kerrzy Kerrzy wrote:

Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:


Moyes cut to 1/2 to be new United manager!Shocked


Marketing stunt. If there was serious money in a market like this, Moyes would be 1/10 ( And serious in manager markets is about a 5er). But that wont stop Paddy Power being name checked all over the airwaves today. And no foubt theres plenty of odds against available.


been following this market for a few years, all firms have drastically cut moyes since the last time I checked it and pep and jose have drifted like mad

at mine min odds being offered are 4/7, 10/11, 6/4 and 2's

bookies on SSN often say one well known face with a £50 bet will affect the whole market based on past experiences of that person being in the know, albeit a bit harder with united as has been so long

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just reporting the odds kerrzy, never said anything more than what they are and their history!
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Would rather United waited 3 years and brought in Pep. As for Moyes good manager but I feel the likes Everton, Spurs etc.. would be his level so that's an obvious no from me.
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was just chatting to mate of mine from manchester rumour over there is moyes will step down as everton manager at end of season and join utd as assistant manager
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Would rather United waited 3 years and brought in Pep. As for Moyes good manager but I feel the likes Everton, Spurs etc.. would be his level so that's an obvious no from me.
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

There is not a hope in hell Moyes would get the United job.

He has never won a trophy for a start. Don't get me wrong he is a good manager but until he starts winning trophies he will NEVER be considered.

And there's a big difference between being a good manager and being able to deliver a trophy.

Mourinho, Guardiala and Ancelotti would be 3 managers in with a shout at this present moment.

However as Fergie said himself he will be there for probably another 3 to 5 years.


none of them would be in it for the long haul though, could only see any of them taking the job for a few years

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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

There is not a hope in hell Moyes would get the United job.

He has never won a trophy for a start. Don't get me wrong he is a good manager but until he starts winning trophies he will NEVER be considered.

However as Fergie said himself he will be there for probably another 3 to 5 years.

Two things, firstly I think Sir Alex desperately wants to win the CL again and he will stay on a few years to try and do that. Personally, I hope and think he will fail to do so. The current squad isn't good enough to win it.

As of now, Moyes hasn't got a chance in hell of getting the job due to his lack of silverware, I agree. Managing a club like Everton on a small budget, where finishing top 6 is considered an achievement, is a completely different beast than managing United where finishing 2nd is considered a failure.

Personally, I think Moyes will head off to Germany (Schalke) for a few seasons, adapt to European football and have a real bash at winning silverware before coming back and managing United. 

I think Mourhino and Chelsea are made for each other in terms of character and he will go there. If Liverpool could progress back to the top 4, he would fit in well there too.


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