of the European Champions League group stages until September 2015 at the earliest, more pressingly Uniteds squad needs a major overhaul - arguably another unwanted legacy from the Ferguson era. He was in a completely different position to David Moyes, added the Dutchman. Meanwhile the hunt is on for Moyes successor, with Ferguson reportedly again involved in helping find the right man for the job. I honestly believe that a club of Manchester United's size and stature is too big to rest on the shoulders of one man, said Karlsen. Ferguson was able to build his empire over years and years, consolidating his power gradually. He knows all about the art of building winning teams, how to deal with the pressure of the media and, of course, the secrets of time management, more commonly known in football circles as "Fergie Time.". When you manage other clubs you are probably able to be more hands-on.
Click to watch video, at Champions League holders Bayern Munich, the teams former star striker Karl-Heinz Rummenigge works in the boardroom, while another ex-Germany international Matthias Sammer is deployed as the clubs sporting director. "Ferguson adapted to the role - he learned how to delegate and trust. With Klopp and Guardiola appearing happy at Borussia Dortmund and Munich respectively, Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal and Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti are reportedly leading contenders to take charge at Old Trafford. He was very good at stepping handicare bergen back to see the bigger picture and making sure the cruise liner stayed on course. Thank you for calling me, been thinking about. Pep Guardiola or Jurgen Klopp were not available last summer, but hypothetically: the kind of football that they advocate is arguably more progressive, fluid and unpredictable than the kind that Man Utd have played this season, Tor-Kristian Karlsen, former chief executive of French club Monaco.
One who is able to improve individual players and teach his teams to play according to sophisticated attacking patterns. I would imagine that he'd have been more assertive in the transfer market and probably attracted more respect from the players.