Three Reasons Why This Adamant Yet Brilliant Manager Can Get Manchester United Back On Track Next Season

The inevitable news of David Moyes’ sacking along with Ryan Giggs’ appointment as the Interim Manager was announced on Tuesday. This leads us to a host of good managerial options linked with Manchester United for next season- Klopp, van Gaal, Queiroz as well as Simeone. Many fans also felt that the club dealt harshly with David Moyes considering that the team he inherited was a poor one held together by thin threads of philosophy which only Sir Alex Ferguson knew how to handle. Despite that, here we look at Jurgen Klopp and why United need him desperately. Klopp has already ruled himself out of the Manchester United job. The 46-year-old was reported as saying,

“Man Utd is a great club and I feel very familiar with their wonderful fans. But my commitment to Borussia Dortmund and the people is not breakable.”

However, here we look at three reasons why United should continue to pursue their man.

3. Takes incredibly less time to build his team according to his philosophy

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When Dortmund signed him in 2008, they had finished 13th, just 9 points away from relegation and in his first season itself, Dortmund finished 6th, with notable changes in style and philosophy. Klopp has the ability to work with any team, as his Dortmund team was an average one initially which he converted into permanent title contenders until Bayern Munich started raiding the club. Moyes got a team which was arguably not of the quality of the Champions of EPL, but a team which was successfully managed by Sir Alex. Arguably, a 26 year old philosophy could not be changed by David Moyes and Man Utd saw one of their worst performances since a very long time.

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