MU's Next Coach

Indonesia
April 3, 2007 12:09am CST
Fergie can't in MU forever, one day he'll leaving MU. Who ist the most valuable coach do you want to change his position? Mourtinho, Erickson... or???
10 responses
• India
3 Apr 07
alex was a good coach...he brought up many good players..i think it will take more than years to alex, to go from man utd..if he goes the nextone on my opinion will be jose
@Shresth (264)
• India
3 Apr 07
Not was, but is. He's still in ManU & will surely stay dere till he retires 4m d job of a manager. May b by d time he retires, I guess Keane could take d job as he would desperately like 2 wid d team 1nce again or may b 1 of d present ManU seniors like Giggs or Scholes would take d responsibilty till dat time comes.
• India
4 Apr 07
sorry man some grammer mistakes..that always happen.!
• China
3 Apr 07
hehe, no one can change his position.
• Indonesia
6 Apr 07
but, fergie will'not live forever....
• Singapore
5 Apr 07
When it's time for Fergie to retire, I think the next candidate will be Mark Hughes. He has done a fantastic job at Blackburn and he will be a good choice.
• India
4 Apr 07
thats absolutely right gone are the days when our Fergi used to lead the team and bind them together.him being the coach now is no longer a winning formula.Erickson would form a good coach as far as the new era is concerned
@anik30 (71)
• India
3 Apr 07
I think after fergie it would be interesting to see what mourinho can do to this already high profiled immortal manu club, of course even jose will agree that no one can survive for so long in this club like fergie has. But we all know what jose is capable of remember his time at porto. I would like to see "the special one" as the manager after fergie.
@darkness01 (1304)
3 Apr 07
When Alex Ferguson retires he will leave as the greatest manager of all time and the man who comes in to replace him will have to up to the job and be familiar with the pressure being associated with Manchester United brings. For the above reasons my choice would be Mark Hughes. He was a great player for Manchester United and is popular with many of the players and back room staff already at Old Trafford. He has turned Blackburn Rovers from relegation candidates into a premiership team with a reputation for hard work and determination. I have no doubt Hughes is the man to replace him, but for now Ferguson is doing just fine.
@cvignesh (305)
• India
3 Apr 07
Steve McLaren or Ronald Koeman
@kulanuwun (1405)
• Indonesia
3 Apr 07
I think it will be some candidates. They are Carloz Queros, Frank Rijjkard, Steve Mclaren, and David Moyes
@lannylarm (116)
• China
3 Apr 07
I think anyone would find it's to very difficult to replace the position.
• China
3 Apr 07
keke, i think no one can change his position