There have presumably been problems behind the scenes at Swansea after Michael Laudrup was yesterday sacked by the South Wales outfit.
Laudrup, who guided the Swans to the first national trophy in their history, had been in charge at the Liberty Stadium for just over 18 months and had built a strong, young team of fast-flowing football players.
Described by many as a great tactician and man manager, Laudrup is also renowned for being one of the best managers when they join in training.
But it is those first two characteristics that are guaranteed to see the Dane back into management very soon. Some big teams will be looking at the Dane and it wouldn't surprise me if some of the largest teams in Europe look into his signature.
The future looks bright for Laudrup despite this setback and it is my opinion that he will be the next Manchester United manager. Be it this summer, or in 10 years time, Laudrup will be in charge at Old Trafford. Mark my words.
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