Found October 13, 2013 on Hall of Very Good:
Former Chicago White Sox and Miami Marlins skipper Ozzie Guillen has his sights set on a new job. With the Chicago Cubs. “All my kids ask me that, 'Would you ever manage the Cubs if they asked?'” Guillen told CSN Chicago.  “Hey, this is my business. This is my job. Of course I will.  If I win in this town…I don’t know what they’re going to think about Michael and Oprah and Phil Jackson.” Yeah, I know what you're thinking...didn't Guillen already win in Chicago when he was the manager of the 2005 World Champion Chicago White Sox?  Yes, yes he was. “People are dying for this. It would be awesome for the city. I hope they win if I’m managing or coaching there," Guillen added. "Besides that, I hope they never win.  I’ll be praying to God every day.  I hope they don’t win until I got the job.” Oh, in case you were wondering, team sources have reportedly said that Guillen has zero chance of getting the currently vacant Cubs managerial job.
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