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POLL: Next England Manager

POLL: Next England Manager

Whilst we all want Jose Mourinho to become the new head coach for England, who will actually get the job.

Aston Villa boss Martin O`Neill appears to be the bookies favourite right now whilst former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is close behind although he is not believed to be interested.

Under 21 boss Stuart Pearce could be considered although it is probably too early for Pearce to take the reigns of the Senior squad, the same with Alan Shearer.

Fabio Capello has already declared an interest in the job whilst Phil Scolari could be in the frame again.

In terms of motivating players Manchester United legend Roy Keane could be in with a shout.

The usual name Sam Allardyce has already declared he is not interested in the job and has not really done anything at Newcastle to show why he should get the job.

We want to know Swindon Town`s views, VOTE NOW in our new poll on the right hand side of the screen on Who will be the next England manager.

Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Friday November 23 2007
Time: 10:55AM

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according to the times today, (not a paper i usually read i should add) Martin O'Neill has ruled himself out and Mourinho has said he would listen to an offer. On the other hand if you read The Sun (not my usual paper either) its the other way around and O'Neill would be interested, Mourinho not. Its the usual press saga. And as we all know, it`ll more than likely be someone who has said no that will end up saying yes. Its like bloody women, cant believe a word they say.
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23/11/2007 11:08:00
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