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Don you think it's enough for the united manager sir Alex Ferguson? who should be in his shoe?
i belive Ferguson has done everything possible to make the team champion.he is one of the most prominant coach man.united has ever had. I am greatful for his dedication & comitment he showed to greatest team in the world he made.don't you think that ferguson should turn his face to became a national coach to enagland?
I think he's just Man. United for life. He should become their mascot! lol
As national coach it's a different set of players, I'm not sure how it would work-out for him but since England's national team is doing so bad, he might be able to help.
Ferguson has managed Scotland in the past during the 1986 World Cup but at this stage of his life it would be extremely unlikely for him to manage England or any side other than Manchester United. It would have happened already if it was going to happen. The F.A. have probably offered him the job in the past, if there is any sense at the F.A. that is. Sir Alex is a proud Scot and perhaps the thought of bringing the World Cup trophy back to England doesn't appeal to him.
It seems as though Fergie can do no wrong. However, I think that Fergie has success because he can mould a team to his liking. Giving Fergie the England job would be an insult to the great manager. There's too much media nonsense surrounding England managers and not enough time to mould a national team. Besides, he'd be better off managing France.
by Sajib6 years ago
Sir Alex Ferguson the manager of the English football club Manchester United, took him to the club in 2003. Now Cristiano Ronaldo is playing for the Spanish club Real Madrid.
by MadManc788 years ago
Should Sir Alex Ferguson sell Dimitar Berbatov in the summer?
by Erwin Winchester3 years ago
If you have to choose, Who would you chooose?1. Sir Alex Ferguson2. Brian Howard CloughSir Alexander Chapman "Alex" Ferguson, CBE is a Scottish former football manager and player who managed Manchester United...
by qaz1238 years ago
whom do u think as MR.COOL amongst the managers??
by Liam Hallam5 years ago
Will David Moyes be able to continue the Ferguson legacy at Manchester United?Could Moyes fill Fergusons shoes? Does he have what it takes to be successful- especially if Rooney leaves?
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