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Louis Van Gaal 3/1
Jurgen Klopp 5/1
Ryan Giggs 6/1
Diego Simeone 14/1
Roberto Martinez 18/1
Sir Alex Ferguson 18/1
Carlos Quieroz 18/1
Antonio Conte 20/1
Pep Guardiola 20/1
Laurent Blanc 25/1
Mauricio Pochettino 25/1
Steve Bruce 28/1
Guus Hiddink 33/1
Luis Felipe Scolari 33/1
Fabio Capello 33/1
Frank de Boer 33/1
Gary Neville 33/1
Philip Neville 33/1
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 33/1
Jose Mourinho 33/1
Vicente Del Bosque 40/1
Carlo Ancelotti 40/1
Tony Pulis 50/1
Joachim Low 50/1
Zinedine Zidane 50/1
Roy Keane 50/1
Michael Laudrup 50/1
Didier Deschamps 66/1
Jupp Heynckes 66/1
Frank Rijkaard 66/1
Marcelo Bielsa 66/1
Cesare Prandelli 66/1
Rene Mulensteen 66/1
Harry Redknapp 66/1
Paul Scholes 100/1
Malky Mackay 100/1
Steve Clarke 100/1
Andre Villas Boas 100/1
Johan Boskamp 100/1
Brendan Rodgers 100/1
Rafa Benitez 100/1
Tim Sherwood 100/1
Steve McClaren 100/1
Nigel Clough 100/1
Eric Cantona 250/1
Arsene Wenger 250/1
David Beckham 250/1

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According to Man Utd, load of shite.

Hope this helps.

Not really. They havent sacked him yet - and refused to comment on him being there next season.

Nice spin though...

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And yet you start a thread titled Moyes sacked? 1eye.gif

I love this forum. lol.gif

I'm only posting what was being reported all over the sports media - Moyes sacked.

Nothing daft about it...but you know that.

Silly faraway

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Feel sorry for Moyes. I reckon United were on the wane and it was through complete force of personality of Alex Ferguson they won last season. As for a new manager Klopp's name has been mentioned a few times but I'm not sure he'd produce the miracles expected of him. You never know, mind you. But forget Guardiola. And as for Simeone, really? After the World Cup in '98?

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It was always a step too far for Moyes. He did well at a medicore club like Everton but it was always going to take a big name manager to get the job done and Moyes simply didn't fit the bill.

Next to no chance it'll be Klopp. Simeone is too much of a loose cannon for a club like United. I wouldn't be surprised if it was Ferguson.

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On the flip side, what now for Moyes? He's definitely tarnished now, as far as the Premiership is concerned, unless Norwich. Maybe down to the Championship, having to work his passage back to the top division with a promotion?

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On the flip side, what now for Moyes? He's definitely tarnished now, as far as the Premiership is concerned, unless Norwich. Maybe down to the Championship, having to work his passage back to the top division with a promotion?

I doubt he's "tarnished" enough to have to delve into the Championsip as many teams with a similar budget to Everton will look at what he done there over a considerable period of time.

Qite a few lower to mid table Premiership sides will be interested between now and the start of next season, IMO.

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On the flip side, what now for Moyes? He's definitely tarnished now, as far as the Premiership is concerned, unless Norwich. Maybe down to the Championship, having to work his passage back to the top division with a promotion?

Nah, he'll easily get another Premiership gig- mid-to lower half. He could even get the Celtic job if he didn't want to go to the Championship. If he fancies a gig abroad he could do it too. If anything Man U has raised his profile.

It was always a step too far for Moyes. He did well at a medicore club like Everton but it was always going to take a big name manager to get the job done and Moyes simply didn't fit the bill.

Next to no chance it'll be Klopp. Simeone is too much of a loose cannon for a club like United. I wouldn't be surprised if it was Ferguson.

I think it was a poisoned chalice, a team on the wane, and Ferguson took them to a title that others couldn't. That's not to forget the shear change in executives that dealt with transfers and coaches. I suspect many managers would have struggled with that team this year. That's not to say he's done a good job in the circumstances, but I think Moyes could be forgiven for much.

I agree no chance on Klopp and I would think Simeone too. I actually hope the new man struggles again and maybe makes them think about the speed of managerial change.

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