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Manchester City have unveiled Stuart Pearce as the club's new manager as successor to Kevin Keegan. Keegan departed as Eastlands boss on Friday and Pearce has stepped in quickly to fill the void left by the former England manager. Pearce, who had been on the club's coaching staff, will see out the remainder of the season before a long-term decision on his future is made.
Manchester City's players have given new manager Stuart Pearce the thumbs up.
Pearce has been named manager of the club until the end of the season following Kevin Keegan's exit on Friday.
Some feel Keegan was not up to the challenge of making City a force in the top flight, however Richard Dunne thinks the former England boss has done an excellent job with the Eastlands club.
New Manchester City boss Stuart Pearce is keen to stamp his own image on the club after the departure of Kevin Keegan.
The legendary left back has made his first tentative steps into full-time management after being handed the reins at Eastlands until the end of the season, and is determined to secure the job on a permanent basis.
Whilst Iain Dowie and Alan Curbishley are amongst the favourites for the post, Pearce is insistent that he can sufficiently impress in the nine games remaining this term.