Found May 08, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
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May 8TH, 2013 is a sad day for Manchester United fans. Their most successful manager in history, Alex Ferguson has decided to hang up his black pea coat and concentrate on his horses. After nearly 27 years, and a trophy haul which included 13 league titles, two Champions Leagues, the Cup Winners’ Cup, five FA Cups and four League Cups, it will be a tough ask for any candidate to fill the Scots boots. Early money currently has David Moyes, a coach in a similar mold to Fergie, and Jose Mourinho as front runners to succeed the Sir Alex. Mourinho is familiar with the pressures of a high profile position  in his current position as head of Real Madrid and his ego would undoubtedly love the chance to succeed the greatest manager in Premier League history. United though,are looking for someone with longevity and Mourinho’s track record of3-5 years per job is perhaps not something in their blueprint. My pick is Moyes, a Glaswegian cut from the same cloth as Sir Alex.  He  worked wonders a...
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