WHEN Sir Alex Ferguson finally retires as Man United manager there will be a whole host of names linked with the biggest job in English football.
The likes of Jose Mourinho, Davie Moyes and Martin O'Neill are right up there just now but if Fergie goes on for quite a few more years as predicted current players such as Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs could come into the running.
Veteran defender Neville has been earmarked by Ferguson for a coaching role and is 3-1 with bodog to be the first out of seven named players to be handed a manager's job in English football.
Liverpool's Jamie Carragher is also 3-1 while Old Trafford midfielder Scholes is 5-1 and winger Giggs, wanted by Gary Speed for a role in the Wales set-up, is 6-1.
Chelsea's Frank Lampard should be bigger than 6-1 while Steven Gerrard (8-1) and John Terry (12-1) can be counted out as they have a few more years left in them on the playing field.
So if I was to pick one it would probably be Neville.