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Roy Keane new assistent and future No.1

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Does anybody like this idea or have you all forgotten how much he contributed to the cause over the years?

I am all Sunderland and I like him to stay. I see however that he got us up and got us in the league, so the timing would make sense.

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comment by Mikewsa (U5547891)

posted Jul 15, 2008

Roy Keane . . . . would never happen, or work.

In view of all the drivel written, I can't believe nobody has suggested Paul Scholes (due for retirement 2 years ago) - at least he could teach the players how to tackle :-D <laugh>

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comment by tugarca (U7634189)

posted Jul 15, 2008

Ten Cate would be a wonderful strategist but I suppose SAF prefers someone who delivers great organisation and innovative coaching techniques, just as Queiroz did. I don't see the use of Keane at ManU today.

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posted Jul 15, 2008

Getting Keane would mean the end of Ronaldo probably Nani,Tevez and Anderson as well.

Ronaldo started to become a great player when Keane left. Keane is jealous of skillful players. Look at the success you have had since he left.
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posted Jul 15, 2008

Steve Coppell <ok>

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posted Jul 15, 2008

bouncingbusbybabe, I was about to write a post exactly the same as yours but you beat me to it <ok>

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comment by Dan (U8176873)

posted Jul 15, 2008

steve coppell, paul ince, mark hughes, steve maclaren, alan shearer have all said they are not #2's. united need someone like ayestarian who is a number 2. a portugese speaking coach would help no end, and not for that jerk ronaldo.

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posted Jul 15, 2008

Steve Bruce would be a good English candidate.
http://www.competitiveurge.com/most_hated_footballer_of_all_time

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posted Jul 15, 2008

if they were looking at an ex member of old trafford who is unemployed then Bryan Robson fits the bill

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comment by shilia (U3113482)

posted Aug 5, 2008

Mark Stimson would be the outstanding choice

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posted Aug 6, 2008

at least he could teach the players how to tackle
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unfortunately not how to box <doh>

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