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Man Utd assistant manager Carlos Queiroz wants reassurances he will succeed Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford or he will leave the club. (Daily Star)
We all know how accurate stories are in the Daily Star (sic), and I find it strange Carlos would want to talk to them, but I find this story, if true, a bit disconcerting.

So Carlos says if I am not told very soon I am history? Personally I am in disbelief mode but would be interested to see if true, or not.
 

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I DONT THINK THAT CARLOS SHOULD BE OUR MANEGER sorry for the caps :p
i think roy keane should succeed fergie not calros :)
 

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I doubt very much that Carlos would have said this. He has never spoken out about replacing Fergie before and I doubt he would do it after the statement released by Gill earlier in the week about him possibly replacing Fergie. If he made this comment, it would be very selfish and disrespectful of Ferguson. I seriously doubt that it's true.
 

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Fergie has said many times he wants him to suceed him and if he can attract players like Nani, Ando and Ronaldo then who are we to argue with Carlos being the manager
 

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I DONT THINK THAT CARLOS SHOULD BE OUR MANEGER sorry for the caps :p
i think roy keane should succeed fergie not calros :)
Keane wouldn't be a great manager for us. Remember the unrest he made in the squad when he publicly criticised the young players for not being good enough? Just because he was a good captain for us, does not necessarily mean he will be a good manager.
 

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Keane wouldn't be a great manager for us. Remember the unrest he made in the squad when he publicly criticised the young players for not being good enough? Just because he was a good captain for us, does not necessarily mean he will be a good manager.
dear mate keane is 36 and with weak team he reached th 14 place
i dont care if he hates our young players cuz he criticised them when he was a player not a manager so his logic have changed and now he would be the world best manager
 

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dear mate keane is 36 and with weak team he reached th 14 place
i dont care if he hates our young players cuz he criticised them when he was a player not a manager so his logic have changed and now he would be the world best manager
I'd much prefer Mark Hughes.
 

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I'd much prefer Mark Hughes.
no mate hughes dont have the character to deal with a stars like vida and evra to persuade them to stay even if the team isn't that good
but keane have the character to do that plus he is a true man who can handle any pressure like sir alex
 

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I think we should give Carlos his chance. Hes probably picked up a lot of tips from SAF and his portugal conections are good for transfers.
But if he fails to impress then i Mark Hughes should be manager, Hes bookies favourite and hes done a great job at Blackburn.
 

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Devilzz91 said:
Keane wouldn't be a great manager for us. Remember the unrest he made in the squad when he publicly criticised the young players for not being good enough? Just because he was a good captain for us, does not necessarily mean he will be a good manager.
i agree. i think its harsh to say he wouldnt be great for us but i do agree its to big of a gamble to put him into the greatest clubs hot seat. his done a great job with sunderland but his got a lot of work to do before he should get a shot at a top club

id be happy with carlos
 

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YES YES YES I agree with everyone Carlos should NOT be our next manager look at what happened at Madrid, it should definitely be Sparky or Keano end of.
 

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dear mate keane is 36 and with weak team he reached th 14 place
i dont care if he hates our young players cuz he criticised them when he was a player not a manager so his logic have changed and now he would be the world best manager
managing UTD is a complete differet story to managing Sunderland.

he's only been managing for 5 minutes and has shown that he is very weak in the transfer maret.

in 10 years maybe, but for now, no way.
 

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managing UTD is a complete differet story to managing Sunderland.

he's only been managing for 5 minutes and has shown that he is very weak in the transfer maret.

in 10 years maybe, but for now, no way.
maybe yes when he gets experience
cuz he is a such a spender in the market
hope he spend well this summer and prove that he is the new fergie :)
 

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Queiroz will almost certainly be the next manager. Not only to keep the Portuguese players happy but to bring in the young stars from Portugal (there seem to be more and more of them every year). He has spent more time with Sir Alex than anyone and would definitely be given a chance at making it as manager. I don't see him staying there very long after he's made manager but that's irrelevant. The only thing that could change this is if Fergie stays for quite a few more years and Queiroz leaves in impatience.

The eventual 1st choice would be Roy Keane. We need someone with a personality and resolve of steel (like Sir Alex) to take the reigns for the long term future, who's also from Great Britain preferably and knows the United way. Hopefully he'll show his true colours with Sunderland next season and amaze everyone with his managerial skills. Just because he was a bit crazy on the field (in a good sense) doesn't mean he can't adjust to his position and accept the responsibility of being manager of United. The exact same thing could apply to Solsjaer or Giggs in the future but they are too many years away from being up to such a task.

I can't think of a single other name that would suffice for United. I'm only a fan of Queiroz as an assistant, but I'd give him a chance as manager if it happened.

Above all else, I don't want United to ever offer the job to a 'typical' manager with a big name that has made the rounds across Europe.
 

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as much as i respect carlos and the influence he has ahd to get players like ronaldo , nani and anderson to the club , i think he is also responsible for some of our negative european type tactics
 

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as much as i respect carlos and the influence he has ahd to get players like ronaldo , nani and anderson to the club , i think he is also responsible for some of our negative european type tactics
Yeah true but i think ppl are on here are forgetting that he played a big part in us winning the double this year.

when carlos is here we win trophies, when he wasn't chelsea won them.

Not even that but the same season he left we ended 3rd yet we won 5pts clear the year b4

hmm
 
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