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Interactive Poll: Who Will Replace Sven?

If as expected and Thaksin Shinawatra sacks Sven-Goran Eriksson, who would you like to see as his successor?

The poll will allow you to add your own options, however, the results will remain hidden until after you've voted.

Here is the current list of candidates.

Steve McClaren

Luis Felipe Scolari

Jose Mourinho

Slaven Bilic

To vote, click here.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 5 2008

Time: 9:02AM

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I am sure there is only one choice that will placate the fans and that is 'The Special One'. As Bilic is signing up for Croatia and Scolari has publicly stated he will not manage in England as he does not like the idea of being constantly hounded by the media here. That leaves a virtually non-existence of top class managers to choose from. Still we could always look to the likes of Megson, Jewell Souness, Gascoine, Harry Potter etc.
alphieblues
The second tier of potential managers makes my skin crawl.
Tudor
What no Big Sam,Lippi,Hiddink,Arry Redknapp,O'Neill, Graham, O'Leary. forgot Strachan. I wonder who voted Sun Jihai as MOM does he read this page?
Buzz Lightyear
You can add as many candidates as you wish Buzz Lightyear. I was merely getting the ball rolling.
Tudor
Hey Buzz .... I forgot Howard Wilkinson....
alphieblues
We must have some Chinese members on the site to vote Sun MOTM.
alphieblues
....or it could be that Toxin voted for him...LOL..
alphieblues
alphie, can't belive muen gave him a 6
Buzz Lightyear
I've had it on good authority Toxin visits this site on a regular basis!!
Tudor
My first choice is the assistant coach of Chelsea, I forgot know his name but he from Holland ( Netherlands ) , I think this person most suitable coach for the team and able to write a success story.:)
city 81
How about a Steve McClueless/Fat Sam dream ticket? Please don't have nightmares.
Johnny Baguette
 

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