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Sir Alex

Telegraph.co.uk

Sky News confirmed Sir Alex’s retirement at the end of the season after 26 successful years in the game. His personality will make him a tough person to replace after confronting the backlash of many a controversial altercation.

Who will replace him? Can they live up to the high expectation level Sir Alex Ferguson has set or achieved within his legendary era at the club?

David Moye’s (Everton Manager) and Jose Mourinho (Real Madrid Manager) are sky bets hot favorites to replace the Scots man.

At over a decade Moye’s has produced a phenomenal record and gained respect from the fans with his glowing humble attitude which has put him in the forefront position for the role.

In my opinion I think Moye’s would be an ideal replacement with his diligent and high knowledge of the game for what he has done for Everton Football Club over his successful time with the Toffee’s.

This is a huge step up from Everton. We’re talking about Manchester Utd here, a club which everyone debates whether they’re the biggest team in the world ahead of  Real Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool and many more.

A Club that has been dominating for year after year with Ferguson clinching 13 Premier League titles, he also delivered Utd to two European Cups,  five FA Cups, and four League Cups, and a European Cup Winners Cup.

This is surely a near impossible mission to replace! The expectation level will be high and mighty.  The players Sir Alex has brought through over the decades with the likes of Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane, Cristiano Ronaldo,  Paul Scholes and David Beckham have been exceptional.  Can the new manager attract, or develop through the youth team players of this calibre?  In my opinion, ‘Highly Unlikely’!.

The reason why I think Jose Mourihnio wouldn’t fit the terrace at Utd is because of the fact that he is a previous Chelsea manager that won the title over Manchester Utd back to back in 2004/2005 and 2005/2006 season which brought immense rivalry between the two sides.  In my opinion he will find it hard to win over the Manchester Utd fans with the clashing relationship that was generated between the two.

Mind you, Mourihnio is renowned for his open and blunt personality which the public domain thrive for! Action, Drama, and controversy. He had a superb record with his time at Chelsea and even has a European Champions League title under his belt with his previous club Porto Fc back in 2004 which set his career alight and opened the doorway to his success at Chelsea Football Club.

Sir Alex Ferguson has his final home game on Sunday 12th May 2013 Manchester Utd Vs Swansea City  at Old Trafford.  I Would expect this to be an emotional moment for the fans, players and staff and most of all the Legendary Sir Alex Ferguson himself. The whole world will be watching this final moment in what has been a fantastic career full of achievements by a person that has set a high bar for all managers within this beautiful game of football.

Who Will Replace Sir Alex? Only Time Will Tell!

Lets Talk Soon.

Mark McCammon.