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Sir Alex Ferguson - Retires

Good riddance!

Just kidding... but as a Liverpool fan I'm aloud to say that

It pains me to say it but he's the best football manager the world has ever seen... after Shankly and Paisley ofc

We should get the virtual bookie taking bets for the next manager.

Could it be Morhinho?

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Good riddance!

Just kidding... but as a Liverpool fan I'm aloud to say that

It pains me to say it but he's the best football manager the world has ever seen... after Shankly and Paisley ofc

We should get the virtual bookie taking bets for the next manager.

Could it be Morhinho?
Mourinho is coming home to good ole chelsea, I think david moyes takes over. Great manager sir alex is but will be glad to see his success he brought to man united vanish with him


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Has this been confirmed now? thought it was just speculation?


My money is on Mourinho.



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Great manager sir alex is but will be glad to see his success he brought to man united vanish with him
A-men to that.

I very much doubt Moyes will get the Man U job. It's the biggest job in footballing world right now, and he has no experience at that level.

Don't be surprised if Mourinho gets the job. I don't like coincidence's and Fergies retirement must have been known by the board long before the announcement. Meanwhile Mourinho announces he would like to return to English football?

Ferguson hasn't retired from the club, he'll remain on the board. Fergie and Mourinho are friends. The board will have asked Fergie who he recommends to replace him and his answer would have been, Jose Mourinho.

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Mourinho has been linked back to chelsea for quite some time and abromovich has pretty much already done the deal it's been reported but obviously for contractual reasons it can't be announced til july the first. Moyes has been very solid with limited funds and has done a lot for everton so I Imagine man united will sign him up.


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Mourinho has been linked back to chelsea for quite some time and abromovich has pretty much already done the deal it's been reported but obviously for contractual reasons it can't be announced til july the first. Moyes has been very solid with limited funds and has done a lot for everton so I Imagine man united will sign him up.
Don't get me wrong, I would love to see Moyes get the Man U job, just because I think he'll screw up. Seen it all before with these managers how do a brilliant job on a shoe-string budget; but when they get money they don't know how to spend it, or how to handle the ego's of big name players.

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Jose Mourinho's sensational move back to Chelsea could be on hold - paving the way for him to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United.
The news will have special significance at Old Trafford, with Sir Alex Ferguson having ended his glittering 27-year reign at Old Trafford.
Blues owner Roman Abramovich refuses to pay the buyout clause in the Real Madrid manager's contract, as well as compensation for Mourinho's backroom staff.
Abramovich paid Mourinho and the backroom team 18million when he sacked them in 2006, and the buyout cluase in his Madrid contract is believed to be 20million in the season, with a fee open to negotiation in the summer.


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Deal's already done for mourinho to chelsea, roman will pay 20 mil if he has too but I bet at the dinner to which they mutually agreed he was coming home roman said please try and get yourself fired so we don't have to pay much to get you here. Real madrid fans and players really are a bunch of arrogant stupid divas who are gonna be mighty sad after the man who has gotten them more success than anyone has in years leaves because of them.


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Deal's already done for mourinho to chelsea, roman will pay 20 mil if he has too but I bet at the dinner to which they mutually agreed he was coming home roman said please try and get yourself fired so we don't have to pay much to get you here. Real madrid fans and players really are a bunch of arrogant stupid divas who are gonna be mighty sad after the man who has gotten them more success than anyone has in years leaves because of them.
Mourinho is the best manager in the world right now, at least imo. I'm not gonna believe he's going to Chelsea until I see him sign the contract at a press conference.

As much as I'd hate to see him sign for United, I'm not ruling anything out.

Besides, whats wrong with Benitez?

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Everything's wrong with benitez as a liverpool fan you should know this and we have never wanted him and it's rich that people call us plastic fans for not wanting him and just accepting any old manager when really it's the exact opposite. Also benitez said "i think we all know who's replacing me next season" recently. July 1 is when you will hear that it's mourinho.


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Liverpool fans LOVE Benitez


Bet Mourinho is in the Man U dugout next season.



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