Who do you guys reckon will be Man Utd next manager?

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(Original post by Wise Goldie)
isnt roy keanes analysis that eveyones crap
It is. :grin:
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
It is. :grin:
i like to listen to him but i can see why he failed as a manager i think man management skills not there
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(Original post by Wise Goldie)
i like to listen to him but i can see why he failed as a manager i think man management skills not there
He needs to return to management
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(Original post by Frozetman)
I highly doubt its gonna be Zidane cause of the france job thing

I'd place my bets on Poch. He's the man united have wanted for years now and in the summer they'll have a great chance at finally making it happen
Yh same here that is what I think too.
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
:lol: He is clearly frustrated with the decline and poor performance.

On a serious note, I think he should be brought in ad a technical director or something to help with motivation. I’d have him or Roy Keane.
Yh I reckon Roy Keane would be an excellentmanager because he tells the truth about their performances and he sounds strict which is good too.
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(Original post by Hm51)
Yh I reckon Roy Keane would be an excellentmanager because he tells the truth about their performances and he sounds strict which is good too.
I agree but I don't think he would be long term esp with this generation of players who don't take criticism well.
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
He needs to return to management
no he would fail you need more than shouting

i think i read somewhere that klopp never gets mad with his players eve when they are bad but rather improves the team though coaching
(Original post by Wired_1800)
I agree but I don't think he would be long term esp with this generation of players who don't take criticism well.
i remeber reading interview with a sunderland player saying his tactics were non he just told the to get stuck in lol
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(Original post by Wise Goldie)
no he would fail you need more than shouting

i think i read somewhere that klopp never gets mad with his players eve when they are bad but rather improves the team though coaching

i remeber reading interview with a sunderland player saying his tactics were non he just told the to get stuck in lol
Keane is more old school and values self discipline.

Klopp never gets mad at players but sells the useless ones. The Liverpool squad that he inherited is different to the one that he has now.

The old school managers probably wont be able to survive in modern football. Look at Jose Mourinho struggling to put a decent XI at Spurs despite having Kane, Son, Alli, Moura and Sissoko.
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I would assume it's Pochettino, but I wouldn't mind it being Rodgers because I'm tired of his boring football and constant ego trip/refusal to take any responsibility for anything not going right
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Bill Belichick :lol:
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