What next for Manchester United? A look to the future

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I love this quote from Casey Stengel
"The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate you away from those who are still undecided"


Jose Mourinho Sacked by Chelsea

As we close in on the end of the football season (June) things are moving fast, after being sacked by Chelsea on Thursday 17th Jose Mourinho is standing on the touchline of

    Manchester United, Manchester City,
    Paris Saint-Germain,
    Portugal,
    Real Madrid.

But the Manchester United fans demand attacking football and Jose Mourinho's style is not much different to Louis Van Gaal, ( A good manager but a boring one)

Pep Guardiola's attacking style

A better choice would be Pep Guardiola he has announced he is to leave Bayern Munich at end of the season after winning two league titles with the German club who now stand at the time of writing eight points clear at the top of the Bundesliga

Pep Guardiola has won 14 trophies in four years he led Barcelona to win La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Champions League and many more

A winning record

With Bayern Munich, he won the Bundesliga, the DFB-Pokal, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.
His style of play is attacking football just what the Manchester United fans want united have always played aggressive attacking football and are now desperate for someone to take them back to the top

The Golden years

Ever since the end of the Sir Alex Ferguson period, United have been struggling to find their former form after Sir Alex retired United signed on On 1 July 2013, David Moyes on a six-year contract but after a disastrous start with United dropping to ninth in the table United sacked him on 22 April 2014

Louis van Gaal

Ryan Giggs took on the Interim player-manager until Louis van Gaal signed a three-year contract starting after the world cup in 2014 and that is how the club stands today

So what next for Manchester United? in my humble opinion, Pep Guardiola would make the perfect manager all we have to do is to wait.

So what do YOU think?

It would be good to hear what you think, are you a United fan or have no interest in United of for that fact football whatsoever

How about you writing about your favourite club or for that fact anything else let's see what you can come up with

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
21st Dec 2015 (#)

I think Guardiola is already committed to cross town foes Man City, according to reports. Will Mourinho come to Old Trafford?

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Hi Fern
All the signs are that Mourinho WILL join United but I hope not

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Mourinho is rather mercurial and is called the "special one". He can either inspire or put off star players.

Sir Alex has cast a long shadow and others find it tough to come out of it, and he is still around making his presence felt.

Korean star Park Ji-sung spoke recently about his admiration for Ferguson; he could give the "hair dryer treatment" even to top players. Those who resisted were shown the door like Keane and Beckham (he had scars even to show for it)!.

One one issue Sir Alex failed - he left the club without a successor as Moyes failed rather miserably.

Whoever walks in should do so with eyes wide open ready to bump into Alex Ferguson or at least be ready to be compared with him!

The star players can also turn the tables on the new manager with - "you are no Alex Ferguson" - siva

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Well said Sivaramakrishnan and and you are correct Sir Alex did cast a long shadow, I think it is time for United to turn a corner

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
21st Dec 2015 (#)

I don't and have NEVER liked Manchester United but they need a spell in the Championship and below in order to restructure, rebuild, and regrow.

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Thanks for that Peter I always like to hear about people that don't like United I like good football that is why I support United but I also like The Gunners, Chelsea, City, and any other club that plays entertaining football but I don't dislike any club

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
21st Dec 2015 (#)

When I was a kid and United were in town for a game crime went up with shops in our neighbourhood being smashed - that's why I don't like them. Even hated Pompey didn't do that.

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Well that's fair enough Peter

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Dont tell me West Ham, Millwall, Leeds are a bunch of sister of charity, cmon Peter, United fans aren't thieves or thugs dont generalize!

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
21st Dec 2015 (#)

We never played Millwall. But Leeds and Hammers fans were rowdy but respectful. United fans were outright thugs.

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
21st Dec 2015 (#)

besides for London clubs a trip to the South Coast meant a train down, walk to the ground, exist the ground and get back on the train. for Man U. they spent the night. At that time Leeds supporters were well behaved.

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Well I live on the south coast and often as a child went to watch Pompey and the town looked like a rubbish dump and as for the fighting well need I say more

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Wow what have I started lol

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Sir Ferguson came after another great one in Sir Matt Busby and look at his accomplishments with time. The club needs to give someone a chance in the likes of Ryan Giggs, not big name Managers as Mourinho wont fit at Old Trafford. But the Welshman will be the best one to succeed LVG! Glory, Glory Man United!

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author avatar johnnydod
21st Dec 2015 (#)

Good choice Fern he did well went he took over before LVG

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