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The Jose Mourinho reign as Manchester United manager has come to end. The so called `special

one’ was given his marching orders on the morning of Tuesday 18th of December after a short

meeting with Ed Woodard.

The writing was on the wall for Jose after another well below par performance against arch rivals

Liverpool. That was to be the last time we would see Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager.

As the news broke, there where serval names doing the rounds on social media outlets from Michael

Carrick, Laurent Blanc and Gary Neville. Not long after the sacking Manchester United confirmed

that there would be a caretaker manager put in place until the end of the season.

To most people’s surprise, the name that was mentioned most was the Malmo manager and United

legend, Ole Gunner Solskjaer. The next morning it was confirmed that Ole Gunner Solskjaer would

be in charge until the end of the season. Along side him will be former assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson

Mike Phelan and Michael Carrick.

The Right Man For The Job

With the Man Utd job up for grabs come the summer, is it still one of the most wanted jobs in the world?

world?

The short answer is yes. If you ask any manager in the world if Man Utd came calling they would be

very hard pushed not take up the offer from the biggest club in the world. Of course, they would find

it hard to turn down, because it might never come around again.

Who could end up in the most prestigious job in football?

At 5/2, the `Baby Faced Assassin’ has first crack at bringing Man Utd back where they belong. Let’s

be honest, he has an easy job coming into the role after Jose. When he gets them playing attacking

football and putting on performances that they should be putting in with the depth of talent in the

squad, then it’s not a million to one shot that Solskjaer could start next season as the permanent

manager.

Solskjaer, being a Man Utd hero, will hopefully be able to put across to the players what it means to

be a Man Utd player. The pride they must show when putting on the famous red shirt and remind

everyone that Old Trafford is a place no one wants to go.

He as iterated that he would `love the job, but it is something that have not talked about’. Only time

will tell if he has learned a lot from his stint at Cardiff and is good enough to fill the huge void that is

still there from when Sir Alex called it a day on his managerial career.

The one that every pundit and Man Utd fan thinks is the perfect fit for the job is current Spurs boss,

Mauricio Pochettino. Pochettino, who is 6/4 favourite to be in the Utd dugout come the first game

of next season is proven in the Premiership and will have no problem adapting to the demands of

the Premiership unlike so of the other names been mentioned for the job.

His philosophy of giving young players a chance, with his attaching style of play is something every

Man Utd fan wants to see. But, will he leave half way through a project with Spurs and about to go

into a brand new, state of the art stadium.

The pro of him moving will be he can be the man to turn Man Utd back to the attack force they

should be, and will have endless funds to get the players he thinks will improve the squad.

The pull of Man Utd calling for him at such a young age in terms of a manager, might be too much to

turn down. Spurs chairman Daniel Leavy is well known to be a hard man to deal with when it comes

to striking a deal.

Another name that is linked with every big job since he left Real Madrid in the summer is Zinedine

Zidane. No doubt he done an amazing job at Real Madrid in his 3-year spell, winning 3 Champions

Leagues in a row along with playing attacking and attractive football, he would fit the mould of what

is needed at Man Utd.

But the other side of it is, did he have one of the easiest jobs to come into with the squad at his

disposable with the likes of Ronaldo, Bale, Modric and Sergio Ramos making up the spine of his

team. Could he do the same with the likes of Sanchez, Lukaku, Rashford and Fred?

If he was to walk into the dressing room on his first day, he would have respect right away for what

he achieved in his playing days, but with the way players are now is it enough to be a former world

class player walking into the dressing room to lead a dressing room full of young players and older

egos?

Zuzu, if given the chance could bring the wow factor to the hallowed turf at Old Trafford.

Others to mention, Laurent Blanc who is 14/1. The former Man Utd defender has made a good

transition from player to manager with the likes of PSG and his home nation France.

Current Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is on the short list for the job at 6/1. But I think it would

not go down well with the Utd faithful because his style of football would be a typical Italian

manager, in where you don’t concede you can’t lose. Where what United want, as the fans have

shouted for the last few months, is `Attack, Attack, Attack’.

Verdict

I think at the end of the summer we will be seeing Mauricio Pochettino being revealed as the new

Manchester United. The way he conducts himself on and off the pitch, with his positive style of play

would set United on the road to recovery if given the chance.

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