Managers United Poll Results

1. Mark Hughes (725 votes) - 63%
2. Paul Ince (221 votes) - 19%
3. Roy Keane (163 votes) - 14%
4. Steve Bruce (34 votes) - 3%

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"It would have been foolish for Sparky to turn down an opportunity like this and I wish him all the best. Incey has got a good chance of doing well at Ewood Park, but I expect Hughes to do the best out of the ex-Reds."

03/07/2008 07:37, Report by Gemma Thompson
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Hughes tipped for success

United fans believe new Manchester City boss Mark Hughes will be the most successful ex-Red in the Premier League next season.

The former United striker received 63% of the votes in our online poll, a total of 725 votes.

The man who has replaced Hughes at Ewood Park, Paul Ince, came in second with 221 votes.

Sunderland manager Roy Keane, who is getting set for his third season in charge at the Stadium of Light, followed closely behind with 163 votes, while Wigan boss Steve Bruce was fourth with 34 votes.

Current United skipper Gary Neville has played with all the above at Old Trafford. When asked about Ince's appointment recently, Gary said: "I think he will (be successful) because he’s got all the credentials.

"In that team that I broke into as a young kid, I saw the likes of Incey, Brucey, Keaney, Mark Hughes, Bryan Robson and they were all leaders in their own right.

"That (early 1990's United) team was full of leaders and it's no

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