Mourinho or Mancini

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  1. Champions2012!

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    Now that it's official and Mou won't be managing Real next season, would you rather have him managing City or Mancini?

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    Mancini for me.
     
  2. FantasyIreland

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    I think i'd have to plump for the best manager on the planet.
     
  3. Heart.net

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    Oh god, what have you just done.
     
  4. Champions2012!

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  5. Danamy

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    I agree

    I think it's frightening what he could do with our squad but i'm afraid it's something that i'm coming to terms with that we'll never see.
     
  6. levets

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    Mancini...

    But if he doesn't win the league, I think he's toast!
     
  7. Didsbury Dave

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    I retain hope, but the two Barcelona appointments (and the rumour mill) have diminished it.

    It depends how ambitious our board is.
     
  8. Vincents Tackle

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    Mourinho managing Mancini? Not sure if that could work? They don't get on do they?
     
  9. I'd never say him no if Mancini would fail to win the league but I could see Ferguson retiring and him going there.
     
  10. Blue Theatre

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    Mancini for me.

    I would like us to keep the same manager for as long as possible, and banish to the back of my memory the days when we would jump to a new manager whenever the whim took us. Mancini has been successful (first title in 44 years ?) so it would be perverse to sack him.
     

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