Will Kevin Keegan Replace Mark Hughes?
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With Manchester City fans calling for Mark Hughes head, should another British manager, for example, Kevin Keegan replace this incompetent fool, or should the club rely upon an established overseas manager?
'King' Kevin Keegan is no stranger when it comes to managing a Premier League outfit, and with the 57-year-old unemployed and available, surely he would be the perfect replacement.
Blues fans know all about Keegan, having managed City between 2001and 2005, nevertheless, would any possible appointment be one-step forward and two steps back?
Who knows, but it has to be better than someone who is classed as inept by many. Mark Hughes is closer than ever to biting the bullet and to be honest, who cares. This bloke is a 'has-been' and is no longer wanted by the vast majority.
If fans want an overseas boss, how about Jose Mourinho? Yes, he is under contract, but that is only a piece of paper, and as we all know, money talks. If he were given the right and proper contract offer, would he take it? I bet he would.
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