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Poll: The next Manchester United manager

Following David Moyes’ sacking this morning, all the attention is on who will become the next Manchester United manager.

Ryan Giggs has been named as interim-manager for the remaining three matches of this season and is surprisingly on the bookies’ list of possible candidates.

Giggs certainly knows all about Manchester United and it is likely that he will retire from playing at the end of the season.

Ryan Giggs has become the interim-manager

Other names being suggested include Dortmund manager, Jurgan Klopp, who has been very successful at the Bundesliga club. Klopp has won two league titles with Dortmund and also guided them to the Champions League Final in 2013.

Atletico Madrid Manager, Diego Simeone, is also one of the favourites after an impressive season in Spain. Atletico are very close to winning La Liga and dethroning Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Current Real Madrid manager, Carlo Ancelotti, is also on the bookies’ list of possible replacements and as he has Premier League experience, could be a success at Old Trafford.

Sir Alex Ferguson himself is also a possibility right now, although I cannot see that happening if I am being honest.

With all of this in mind, I want to know who you all think should become the next Manchester United manager. Take the poll below and leave me your comments on the current managerial situation at Old Trafford!



2 comments on “Poll: The next Manchester United manager

  1. crivasldnont
    April 22, 2014

    Most likely it will be Van Gaal. A matter of ego.

  2. crivasldnont
    April 22, 2014

    Reblogged this on Studzup Blog.

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