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PTBob
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Don't get too excited people. This just eliminates the built in "we were out managed by the greatest ever" excuse.





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McRebel42
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This post was edited on 5/8 at 12:57 pm


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PTBob
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nor do i






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joey barton
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The path has been cleared for Roy Keane's homecoming and return to management






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PTBob
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oh god please no





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WarSlamEagle
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I love that quote.





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WarSlamEagle
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Anyone else watching Fox Soccer right now?

"Sir Alek-ses retirement has sent shahk-waves 'round the foo-ball wurld."






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S
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re: Sir Alex Ferguson to retire at season's end


fabien barthez and laurent blanc have thrown their berets into the ring.





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joey barton
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Leauxgan
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mad respect to SAF, a true legend

now please hurry up and make a swift fricking exit and never return to managing again.






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tigerpimpbot
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re: Sir Alex Ferguson to retire at season's end


The Glazers will hire Ron Zook for one season to run it into the ground. Then the special one can white knight in.





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S
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BBC - Moyes set for appointment





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Joe Blow
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Ian Holloway ftw





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McRebel42
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Oh wow ... but I guess it's not that shocking ... who does Everton replace him with then?





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S
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martinez? dougie freedman?





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WarSlamEagle
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Moyes is a very Sir Alex-like successor. It's growing on me.





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LSUSOBEAST1
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Not a huge fan to be honest.





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WarSlamEagle
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Why?

And are you not a huge fan because you're a Liverpool fan who is scared of it?

But seriously...why?






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LSUSOBEAST1
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I mean, I understand the hire, I really do. I know the Glazers probably value loyalty as highly as anything else. And Moyes certainly has great knowledge of the game.

But by nature I am skeptical of a perennial midtable manager taking over a top 3 biggest club in the world. I mean, you're giving Manchester United to a manager whose only experience with the Champions League came almost a decade ago in qualifiers..

Football begins and ends with European success now. Moyes will be handed a fantastic team in a great situation, but there is no time for a learning curve when you manage Manchester United.



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Draconian Sanctions
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quote:

But by nature I am skeptical of a perennial midtable manager


Dude it's Everton






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