DAVID Moyes has gone, but who will replace him in the toughest job in the world of the football?
Ryan Giggs: The Red legend has been made interim manager, but is unlikely to be appointed permanently because the club want to destroy their legacy United-style rather than just copying Liverpool.
Time travelling Sven-Göran Erikkson: The England manager, fresh from an impressive Euro campaign, is apparently keen to travel 10 years into the future, manage United for a decade of initial success and increasing disappointment, and then return to his own time a broken man.
Santiago Mourinho: The long-lost twin of José Mourinho is a footballing genius who will never forgive his brother for the scars he bears. A titanic emotional battle between these bitter rivals will end on a cliffhanger when Santiago claims to be the real father of Josés son.
Anus Flex Ogre: This masked Scot, who refuses to reveal his true identity, promises to return the club to where it was a year ago after a spectacularly unsuccessful period as a recruitment consultant.
The Continuity IRA: The black balaclava-clad terrorist group with a proven record of following illustrious predecessors could finally bring the stirring sectarian hatred of the Scottish leagues to England.
David Moyes: Everton manager with an impressive list of achievements, including European qualification, on a tight budget who feels he is ready to step up. Strong candidate struggling to explain ten-month gap in CV.