Giggs shouldn’t even be part of the conversation at Manchester United

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Should Man United stop trying to replace the irreplaceable?

Date: 4th May 2014 at 10:03pm
Written by Cal Byrne

26 years of management is an anomaly in modern football. And Sir Alex Ferguson was a special case. Finding one Ferguson is difficult enough, but the odds of getting two in a row are astronomical. If Manchester United are to successfully move forward, they need to stop asking who is the next Alex Ferguson and start asking who is the best man to manage the club right now. Sir Alex Ferguson tried to find the next Sir Alex Ferguson. And Sir Alex Ferguson failed. In David Moyes, Ferguson saw a man very much in his image: Scottish, hard-working, a fierce loyalty and a fierceness of the eye. 10 months on and those eyes now appear dead. Moyes put everything into emulating his mentor but ended up not even looking like Sir Alex Ferguson lite. The ... Read More


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