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Manchester United Players Who Can Make Good Managers in Future

Manchester United. (Photo/Courtesy)

Manchester United has a record of producing managers more than any other team in England. As Liverpool boasts of Rangers FC coach Steven Gerrard and Leicester City assistant manager Kolo Toure, Arsenal boasting of Mikel Arteta and Montreal Impact manager Thierry Henry, Chelsea having Lampard and John Terry while Manchester City boasts of Vincent Kompany, Manchester United has Laurent Blanc, Gordon Strachan, David Healy, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Mark Hughes,Steve Bruce,Ryan Giggs,Bryan Robson, Roy Keane and Paul Ince in the managerial success.

In United's current squad, there are a number of players who can also make good managers in future, basically basing on various reasons.

Luke Shaw. (Photo/Courtesy)

Luke Shaw

The United left-back who has been embattled with a series of injuries comes first on the list. Anytime he's well in terms of health,he plays all-heartedly to give his best. He's always involved in campaigns of anti-racism despite being a White. His integrity on the pitch and his campaign for fair treatment of people regardless of their racial, religious and regional lines or backgrounds wins him the potentiality of making a good manager. He's accommodative.

Juan Mata. (Photo/Courtesy)

Juan Mata

The Spanish attacker falls second on the list basing on his attributes. He relates well with other players and fans, Jose Mourinho being the only person who didn't like working with him but not basing on reputation matters. He presents himself maturely and never in childish scandals. His Laliga and EPL experience as a footballer earns him a better managerial foundation.

Paul Labile Pogba. (Photo/Courtesy)

Paul Labile Pogba

The French machine comes third basing on three major factors. First, Pogba believes in nothing else other than glory. He always dreams of success. He wants to win trophies of different titles and participate in quality tournaments like UEFA Champions League. This will drive him to push his team to higher heights as a manager. Secondly,just like Jürgen Klopp, Pogba is influential. He likes drawing attention and winning hearts of others. This can make him motivate his players to work well as a manager the same way Klopp does with his players. Lastly, Pogba has underwent a season long criticism from United legends and fans. This has strengthened him and so he can withstand pressure from fans when he turns into a manager.

Nemanja Matic. (Photo/Courtesy)

Nemanja Matic

The Serbian machine can make a good manager following his level of integrity. He's always rolling on his duties with utmost integrity. He doesn't quarrel anyhow. This confirms his maturity level of being a leader.

Fred Rodriguez and Bruno Fernandes. (Photo/Courtesy)

Bruno Fernandes

The Portuguese midfield tactician makes the last option. He's always behaving as a leader when on the pitch. He believes in fair treatment of all people and utmost reputational bondage with people. He can transfer his pitch attributes and tactics as a player to management if given the opportunity.

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