Football is a funny old game. Manchester United said goodbye to a real legend of the sport close to four years ago now, when Sir Alex Ferguson decided to hang up his boots. However, us Red Devils fans are in for a treat, as he’ll return to manage ‘Manchester United of 2008’ in Michael Carrick’s testimonial game.
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Manchester United Football Club had a slow start to life under Jose Mourinho, with the Red Devils dropping a fair few points over that September period where there were plenty of draws. However, the Portuguese coach is finally finding his feet, and it’s fair to say his team look good.
Manchester United Football Club had a tough time on the field yesterday, with one man in particular struggling. Paul Pogba gave away a daft penalty, and his head just wasn’t in the game. Maybe he was trying too hard, but he did have a supremely poor afternoon.
Manchester United Football Club have appointed Jose Mourinho as their manager, with the club going for the tried and tested coach, rather than somewhat of a gamble like Moyes was. Now, the hard work for him begins.
Manchester United’s hopes of finishing in the top four were dealt a cruel blow last night, when Louis van Gaal’s men were stunned by a spirited West Ham. Before that though, Sir Alex Ferguson was out having lunch with a potential Manchester United manager.
Manchester United’s rough spell has been ongoing since Sir Alex Ferguson walked away from Old Trafford, but the influential Scot hasn’t stopped supporting the team he loves. Now he has given his backing to Louis van Gaal, and says the Dutchman has done well considering the amount of injuries protruding through the squad.
Manchester United fans are becoming increasingly frustrated with life under Louis van Gaal, and one current professional has tipped Sir Alex Ferguson to come back and manage at Old Trafford – Joey Barton. The 33-year old is currently playing his football fur Burnley in the Championship.
Manchester United Football Club saw one of their biggest legends turn his hand to management for the first time today, as Gary Neville was appointed the gaffer of Valencia CF. Shortly after the announcement, Sir Alex Ferguson shared his take on proceedings, and wished him all the best.
Manchester United broke a world record way back in 2009, when Cristiano Ronaldo fulfilled a dream by switching the red of Manchester United for the all-white of Real Madrid. Now, six years down the line, a return could be on the cards.
Manchester United are a club who have often produced plenty of club legends all over the park. From the likes of George Best and Sir Bobby Charlton, to Paul Scholes and David Beckham. One of the more recent heroes in Manchester is Cristiano Ronaldo, and his film launches tonight.