From a United perspective i'm not sure if he will be a good Manager, and we all know being a decent player almost counts ago you. He will have the respect because of his career but not a natural leader.
Only thing I will say is fair play for at least having a go at management, unlike sidelines pundits/experts/bottlers like Shearer, Carragher, Murphy, Redknapp, Ferdinand etc. He could sit at his name home with still £30m in the bag and 6 1/2 PL medals to look at, plus all the others, and take the easy once a week TV gig for the next 20 years.
He might still end up doing it in a few years time if he fails, but at least he is having a go.
Last edited by cordshoes (Tue 16 Jan 2018 4:21 pm)