Old Trafford & Alex Ferguson

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Sir Alexander Chapman Alex Ferguson, CBE (born 31 December 1941) is a Scottish football manager and former player who has managed Manchester United since 1986. His tenure has seen the club go through an era of success and dominance both in England and in Europe, giving Ferguson a reputation as one of the most admired and respected managers in the history of the game. 5.0/5

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A former assistant to Alex Ferguson has applied for the Thai Head Coaching position
If the main stand mirrored the Sir Alex Ferguson stand opposite, with two new quadrants, the capacity at Old Trafford …
Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game at Old Trafford was two years ago today..
On this day in 2013, Sir Alex Ferguson managed his last ever game at Old Trafford.
On this day, in 2002, Arsenal won the League at Old Trafford thanks to a 1-0 win over Sir Alex Ferguson's side. http:/…
Former Man United manager Sir. Alex Ferguson was all smiles as the Red Devils dismantled Man City at Old Trafford
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson watches the game from the stands at Old Trafford
Alex Ferguson and his assistant Archie Knox arrived from Aberdeen on the day of Atkinson's dismissal,[40] and guided the club to an 11th-place finish in the league.[41] Despite a second-place finish in 1987–88, the club was back in 11th place the following season.[42] Reportedly on the verge of being dismissed, victory over Crystal Palace in the 1990 FA Cup Final replay (after a 3–3 draw) saved Ferguson's career.[43][44] The following season, Manchester United claimed its first Cup Winners' Cup title and competed in the 1991 UEFA Super Cup, beating European Cup holders Red Star Belgrade 1–0 in the final at Old Trafford. A second consecutive League Cup final appearance followed in 1992, in which the team beat Nottingham Forest 1–0 at Wembley.[39] In 1993, the club won its first league title since 1967, and a year later, for the first time since 1957, it won a second consecutive title – alongside the FA Cup – to complete the first "Double" in the club's history.[39] A white football player with ...
Founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878, the club changed its name to Manchester United in 1902 and moved to Old Trafford in 1910. They are regarded as one of the most successful clubs in English football. Manchester United have won the most League titles (20) of any English club,[3] a joint record 11 FA Cups, four League Cups, and a record 20 FA Community Shields. The club has also won three European Cups, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup, and one Fifa Club World Cup. In 1998–99, the club won a continental treble of the Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League. The 1958 Munich air disaster claimed the lives of eight players. In 1968, under the management of Matt Busby, Manchester United was the first English Football Club to win the European Cup. Alex Ferguson won 28 major honours, and 38 in total, from November 1986 to May 2013,[4][5] when he announced his retirement after 26 years at the club.[6] On 19 May 2014, Louis Van Gaal was appoi ...
While Chelsea and Manchester City slug it out at the top of the Premier League, Louis Van Gaal's Old Trafford revolution gathers ever more momentum in the red half of Manchester. The Dutchman endured a tricky start to his reign but seven wins in eight league games have put United hot on the heels of the pacesetters. If the current United side can emulate the teams of Alex Ferguson who were renowned for a strong second half of the season, Van Gaal's men could yet have their say in the destiny of the title. United visit Tottenham Hotspur in a lunchtime kickoff today as the games continue to flow thick and fast over the festive period. 'The signs have been good in recent weeks,' midfielder Michael Carrick told the club website (ManUtd.com). 'We were bitterly disappointed not to win last week (at Aston Villa) but we beat Newcastle and now have two big away games. They will be a good test for us to see where we are at.' After the trip to Spurs, United - seven points behind City and 10 adrift of Chelsea - are a ...
Moyes takes over at Real Sociedad Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has agreed to take over as Head Coach of Real Sociedad until 30 June 2016, the La Liga club announced in a statement on Monday. Moyes, 51, replaces Jagoba Arrasate, who was sacked by the San Sebastian-based club on November 2 after a poor start to the season, the club said on their website (www.realsociedad.com). Moyes replaced the retiring Alex Ferguson at United on a six-year deal in May last year but left in April after less than a season. In 51 matches in charge at Old Trafford, the club won 27, drew nine and lost 15 in all competitions. Moyes made his reputation as a top-flight coach in his previous job at Everton, who finished in the top six in the Premier League four times under the Scot. They qualified for the Champions League in 2005 and reached the 2009 FA Cup Final, where they lost 2-1 to Chelsea after beating Manchester United in the semifinals. Sociedad are 15th in La Liga with nine points from 11 matches following ...
At exactly this moment in 1986, Alex Ferguson stood on the Old Trafford pitch for the first time as Man Utd manager.
Alex Ferguson insists he is not to blame for David Moyes' failure at Manchester United and says that the former Everton manager didn't realise how big the Old Trafford club is.
Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel is convinced that Louis Van Gaal is the right man to take the Red Devils into a new era. The former Danish international believes that given time the Dutchman can bring Manchester United back to the heights they reached during Ferguson's reign at Old Trafford. He reminded everyone that the Scotsman struggled at first, but brought two decades of success for the Manchester club. Schmeichel also reiterated his love for the club he served for eight years, saying that Old Trafford will always be his "home". "Manchester United will always be my home, part of me," Schmeichel told Goal . "Alex Ferguson is not there anymore and the club is going through difficult times but I believe bringing Louis Van Gaal was a good move. The new team and new coach just need time; it is not easy to reach that level that Ferguson's United was at," the big Dane added. "If you can remember, it took Ferguson some time to manage things in his way too and, after that, he ruled for two decades," ...
Sir Alex Ferguson has given his first verdict on Louis Van Gaal’s reign at Manchester United, suggesting the new Old Trafford manager has been ‘brilliant’.
Sir Alex Ferguson's presence at Old Trafford is no big deal to Dutchman, while for David Moyes he became United's elephant in the room
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SIR ALEX FERGUSON has broken his silence over Louis Van Gaal’s appointment as Manchester United manager to give his backing to the Dutchman’s Old Trafford revolution.
Alex Ferguson reveals why Shinji Kagawa left Manchester United "MOYES" Sir Alex Ferguson believes his successor, David Moyes, caused Japan international Shinji Kagawa to leave Manchester United for Borussia Dortmund in the summer. Speaking to German newspaper Bild, the United legend said that Moyes’ decision to spend a club-record fee on Spanish playmaker Juan Mata in January effectively signalled the end of Kagawa’s brief spell at Old Trafford. "Shinji is back in the environment in which he feels right. And he has with [Jurgen] Klopp a coach who gives him the necessary self-confidence,” Ferguson commented. "I was very pleased with Shinji. He had settled in well with me, and I also had the feeling that he felt comfortable with us. " "Every coach has his own philosophy. As Moyes preferred the Spanish superstar Mata, Kagawa has felt that he is no longer first choice and was a bit resigned."
De Gea THOUGHT ABOUT QUITTING UNITED Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea admitted he considered quitting Old Trafford after a difficult initiation into the Premier League. De Gea was heavily scrutinised during his debut season with United, having arrived from Atletico Madrid as a £17.8million replacement for Edwin van der Sar in 2011. The Spaniard's physique and decision making were brought into question, while a dip in form saw him axed by Alex Ferguson in favour of understudy Anders Lindegaard. De Gea - winner of United's Player of the Year Award last term - has gone on to silence his critics and in a big way after singlehandedly denying Everton victory in a man-of-the-match display on Sunday. The 23-year-old stopped a first-half penalty before producing a stunning save to flick the ball over the crossbar in the final minute of injury time as United won 2-1. Looking back at his early struggles, De Gea conceded he was forced to think about a return to Spain, but feels he is better for the experien ...
Manchester United LEGEND Alex Ferguson ready for mixed reception on Old Trafford return
A host of Manchester United legends including Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, Bryan Robson, Norman Whiteside and Steve Bruce attended the funeral of Sandy Busby - the son of former Old Trafford manager Sir Matt this morning in Chorlton. United chief executive Ed Woodward, who also attended Friday's funeral, said in a statement: "I am shocked and saddened by news of Sandy's death. He was such a genuine person who had a deep and rich love for the club that his father did so much to establish in the hearts of millions around the world. "Sandy understood better than almost anyone what the United way means and his enthusiasm, his wit and his affection for the club will be sorely missed. "Our thoughts go out to Irene and his family at such a sad time."
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Javier Hernandez will rediscover his goalscoring form at Real Madrid. The Mexican forward moved to the Bernabeu on Monday on a season-long loan after dropping down the pecking order at Old Trafford. Hernandez, who played under Ferguson…
Breaking news: Howard Webb and Alex Ferguson seen entering Old Trafford to take part in crisis talks.
LONDON, Aug 16: Louis Van Gaal won’t be suffering a sleepless night as the new Manchester United manager awaits his Premier League bow in Saturday’s season opener against Swansea. Van Gaal will get his first taste of the English top-flight at Old Trafford, but the confident Dutchman insists he hasn’t felt any nerves at the start of one of the toughest challenges of his career. The 63-year-old has impressed in his first four weeks at the United helm, overseeing five wins and a draw in pre-season, but it is in the league that his achievements will be judged. Swansea were one of eight teams who came to Old Trafford and won during the dismal reign of his predecessor David Moyes last season, creating a sense of vulnerability that Van Gaal has been hired to banish for good. Last season United were noticeably short of the swagger they so often displayed when Alex Ferguson was in charge and ...
Manchester United v Swansea City: Van Gaal set for Premier League bow 14 August 2014 17:46 For the second season in a row, Manchester United kick off their Premier League campaign against Swansea City and under a new manager. After 27 years with Alex Ferguson at the helm, the Old Trafford club dismissed successor David Moyes just 10 months into his contract as they careered towards a seventh-placed finish in the Premier League last term - their lowest in the competition's history. Ryan Giggs saw out the season in the United hot seat on an interim basis, but the onus now falls on former Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal to lead the club out of what are - by their own exalted standards - dark times. And the experienced coach, who led his country to the semi-finals of the World Cup in Brazil earlier this year, has brought a new sense of optimism to the 20-time English champions.
It was always suggested that succeeding Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager would be the hardest job in football and it proved to be the case for David Moyes at Old Trafford last season. But with the Scot being sacked after guiding United to seventh place, their lowest-ever Premier League finish, Louis Van Gaal has arguably landed the manager's job at the perfect time, with Moyes's failure making it almost impossible for the Dutchman to do any worse. Van Gaal has inherited a rebuilding job at United, but the early signs from the club's pre-season tour of the United States point to a much-improved atmosphere and sense of belief and the former Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach appears already to have made the team competitive again. The intensity of the Premier League will quickly test United's progress under Van Gaal and tell the manager whether his new 3-4-1-2 formation will work in England. But players who appeared to have no future at United, such as Ashley Young, Darren Fletcher and Tom Cl ...
Sir Alex Ferguson the manager of Manchester United faces the media during a press conference ahead of the UEFA Champions League Group C match against Benfica held at Old Trafford on November 21, 2011 in Manchester, England.
We are going to Soccer Aid next Sunday and it's forecast rain 😔 never been to Old Trafford before so don't know how wet we will get. Seats in Alex Ferguson stand, tier 1, row 27 - does anyone know ?
The greatest Manchester United XI from the Alex Ferguson era Views: 546374 May 11, 2013 6:12 pm Comments Off Views: 546374 Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement has given us a good reason to cast our minds back over his 26 year tenure and pick what we think is his strongest team from all those years in charge at the Theatre of Dreams. Each and every one of the following players will have experienced the great man’s infamous hairdryer treatment at some stage, and some certainly left Old Trafford not on the best of terms with their gaffer. Here’s who we picked, with the reasons why – but as ever with these lists, it’s only one opinion and we would welcome your views to the contrary. - – - – - Peter Schmeichel - Quite simply the best. The Great Dane was an absolute colossus in his eight years between the sticks, culminating in him being captain of the team that won the treble in 1999. Voted the world’s best keeper in 1992 and 1993. Oh, and who can forget his legendary tussles with Ian Wright… Gary ...
Manchester United's nightmare season cannot end soon enough: Patrice Evra - Manchester United will bid farewell to their fans when they play Hull City in their final Premier League home match of the season at Old Trafford on Tuesday in circumstances virtually unimaginable when Alex Ferguson retired…
DE TELEGRAAF (Holland) Louis Van Gaal agreed a deal to become Manchester United manager on Friday night and will join the club once Holland's World Cup campaign comes to an end. Daily Mail Interim Manchester United boss Ryan Giggs wants to land the job on a permanent basis and is hoping to make his case by leading the side to four successive victories to end the season. Young Southampton left-back Luke Shaw is believed to be Manchester United's big summer transfer target but will not move to Old Trafford until he knows the identity of the next permanent boss. THE SUN Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he expects to sign a new contract this summer. Alex Ferguson's former number two Rene Meulensteen says sacked Manchester United boss David Moyes, "wouldn't listen to all the good advice I and others who had success at United gave him". THE TIMES Monaco are hoping to lure back their former boss Arsene Wenger with a £13m-a-season offer which would make him one of the world's best-paid coaches. DAILY MIRRO ...
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This Video sent shivers up my spine! Many fans are still angry at Sir Alex Ferguson. Yes he has made mistakes but David Moyes was not one of them. he needed time and the players are at fault as well. Lets not forget What Sir Alex did for us all with his time at Old Trafford. This video is a few months old. I am trying to send a message to the fans who still have anger towards Sir Alex Ferguson.
Interim boss Ryan Giggs says taking charge of Manchester United is "the proudest moment" of his life. The 40-year-old Welshman is manager for the season's final four Premier League games after David Moyes's sacking. Giggs, the Old Trafford club's most decorated player, also wants to secure a Europa League place next season for the club, who lie seventh in the table. "I am proud, I am happy and a little nervous," said the midfielder at his first news conference as boss. Giggs appeared relaxed and jovial as he addressed the media at United's Carrington training base, saying he wanted to "bring back some smiles on the faces of the fans". Ahead of Saturday's home Premier League match against Norwich City, he said: His first call on being appointed was to Former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson: "I wanted advice and I wanted to know just what to expect." That he had not thought about his long-term future: "My mindset is on Norwich first and then the remaining three games." The mood in training had been good all w ...
Manchester United Gossip David Moyes's reign as Manchester United manager will have been worth £7m to the Scot in wages and compensation once his settlement is finalised. Moyes is said to feel let down by his predecessor at United Sir Alex Ferguson, who he thinks failed to support him enough in the latter stages of his tenure at Old Trafford. But Ferguson has told a charity lunch he was unhappy with the way the club handled the dismissal of his successor. Ferguson interrupted Ryan Giggs's first training session with a phone call of support for the United interim boss. Juventus boss Antonio Conte has emerged as a contender for the post of United manager.
Sir Alex Ferguson needs to apologise to Manchester United fans, and to David Moyes, for the way in which the transitional period at Old Trafford was handled.
When Sir Alex Ferguson finally decided to end his illustrious reign at Manchester United, many expected him to hire a strong manager. It was expected that he would choose somebody with a proven track record at the highest level, someone like Jose Mourinho or even Carlo Ancelotti. However Manchester United, on Fergie's recommendation, opted for stability and went with David Moyes. The question is: Was Ferguson's recommendation a set up on Moyes? My theory is that Fergie conveniently chose a coach who would fail so that he may maintain his 'cult hero' status at Old Trafford for a few more years. Yes, it is true that a team like Manchester United needed a manager that would provide long- term stability. A coach like Mourinho is not that type of a manager. There are many managers in Europe who could have brought both stability and results at Old Trafford. The likes of Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp are just two examples, but Ferge went for Moyes and my only logical conclusion is that it was not for United but ...
Former Man United coach, David Moyes has finally spoken about his sack at Old Trafford. You need to read what he says about Alex Ferguson, the fans, Champions League ouster and others. DETAILS HERE: these revelations, don't you think he deserved to have been given, at least, another season?
Fergie to help manager’s selection process.. Sir Alex Ferguson will have a say in deciding which manager should replace David Moyes at Old Trafford, after the former Everton manager was specifically appointed on his advice, only to fail miserably and being sacked just 10 months into his United career. Since Moyes was relieved of his duties yesterday, two managers have already ruled themselves out of the running, with Pep Guardiola stating that he’s determined to remain at Bayern Munich for at least another two seasons, while Jurgen Klopp, who would have been the perfect choice for United, has made clear he has no intentions of leaving Dortmund. Ryan Giggs will probably make an excellent interim manager and he’d be the romantics’ choice ahead of next season, but United have made clear that his lack of experience means he will not be considered for the manager job, though he’s more than likely he’ll be heavily involved with the coaching staff. The pool of high-profile managers from which United ...
Sir Alex Ferguson had the first and last word on Manchester United's line of succession when he made David Moyes "The Chosen One" after ending 26 years in charge at Old Trafford. The folly of allowing Ferguson to wield his power one final time has been exposed with Moyes found to be out of his depth and sacked less than a year into the six-year contract he was awarded last summer. Now the search starts again and, with even the manner in which United handled the Scot's departure coming under intense scrutiny, they simply cannot afford to make another managerial mistake. The pressure will be on executive vice- chairman Ed Woodward to deliver as the reliance on Ferguson prevented United spreading the net wider last summer when names such as Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti could have been taken into consideration. There may be no Champions League football but Manchester United remain one of the biggest clubs in world football. So who are the names in the frame? Louis Van Gaal - Netherlands bo ...
Manchester United blunders again! Why should they fire David Moyo with only 4 games to go when the man had clearly failed from the day he was appointed, thanks to Fergie. It makes sense if those in charge at Old Trafford had waited till the end of the season to appoint a new coach. Red Devils, you dreaming of Europa and you believe Giggs is the right person to help you finish in position 6 in the final standings this season? You are clowns! Man U supporters strongly endorsed the "Chosen One" at the beginning of the season and now he is a rotten apple, why? After all he was appointed by your deity Alex Ferguson and you waxed lyrical about his appointment. Let's see how long Giggs will remain flavour of the month at the Theatre of Farce. Listen you Man U people and listen careful, your Giggs has no credibility as a football coach and tactician, he is gonna fail big time. Maybe he has been a genius as a footballer and bedding women but there is absolutely no evidence he can be a good football coach. This wou ...
Am I just about the only football follower on here to feel a little sorry for David Moyes, sacked today by Manchester United FC, having been recommended for the job by Sir Alex Ferguson, to do the impossible task of filling his shoes, managing the club full of overpaid under-performing players, several in their last weeks of playing at Old Trafford - Vidic, Ferdinand, Evra, Giggs etc. - + others like Rooney & Van Persie not the players they were? - just watch RVP miraculously resurrect his Man U career, if Louis Van Gaal does get the job in July after the World Cup! - there's no divine right to be champions every year!
It will be no consolation to David Moyes, who has had a more successful start at Old Trafford than Alex Ferguson did.
Different eras, teams, & v. different expectations, but it still took a certain Alex Ferguson five seasons to win anything at Old Trafford.
Liverpool have the quality and the nerve to hold on to first place Brendan Rodgers can play down talk of a 19th league championship all he likes, the final whistle sparked a title celebration in all but name from Liverpool. The manager's reaction to Philippe Coutinho's late winner – bounding on to the pitch in the manner of Brian Kidd and Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford in 1993 – was also a giveaway. Steven Gerrard led delirious scenes on the Anfield pitch as soon as referee Mark Clattenburg called time on a pulsating encounter. His side's first half performance justified their place at the Premier League summit both in terms of the quality of Liverpool's attacking play and the relentless pressing that halted Manchester City at every turn. In the second half, when City showed class and character in abundance, Liverpool held their nerve while the rest of Anfield was losing theirs to dig in and find their cutting edge once more. The only negative for Liverpool was the late red card for Jordan Henderson fo ...
Make no mistake, the problems at Man Utd have been caused by Alex Ferguson. The much revered footballing coach. What a tragedy. How could this OBE lack proper judgement by endorsing Moyes to be his successor? Look at the results this season. The new coach has broken the wrong records in just his first season in charge. Maybe he needs time? Anyway time will tell as maybe the hierarchy at Old Trafford may still want to give him more time.
Moyes will take little comfort from result at the weekend when Bayern's 19-match league winning streak ended in a 3-3 home draw with Hoffenheim after surrendering a 3-1 lead while United thrashed Aston Villa 4-1 in the Premier League. United are a far cry from the team who commanded unreserved respect around Europe during Alex Ferguson's heyday but their home form in the Champions League this season has been good, in marked contrast to their woeful Premier League record at Old Trafford. The English champions have won their first four home matches in the competition, something they last did in the 2007-08 campaign when they made it six out of six and went on to lift the trophy for the third time in Moscow.
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I'm wondering if on April 1st Alex Ferguson is going to run onto the Old Trafford pitch and shout "APRIL FOLS!", then give David Moyes a big hearty slap on the back and slip him £50 for being such a good sport?
Dear Manchester United Fans There is a statue Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford. You can vandalize/destroy it. Please let me know in case you need anything to accomplish the above mentioned. Yours Truly, A Lifelong Liverpool FC Fan
Football - Premier League Paper Round: Furious United fans turn on Moyes and Ferguson Some Manchester United fans have finally lost their patience with David Moyes; others have vented their spleen at Alex Ferguson; and stewards were forced to protect 'The Chosen One' banner from irate supporters at Old Trafford - here are the main stories making headlines in today's newspapers.
Edin Dzeko scored twice as Manchester City heaped more misery on Manchester United with a 3-0 victory on Tuesday to move to within three points of Premier League leaders Chelsea with two games in hand. Dzeko needed just 43 seconds to give City the lead in a Manchester derby at United's Old Trafford ground. Rafael's last-ditch tackle blocked David Silva's run into the box but Samir Nasri hit the post and Dzeko followed up to sidefoot in the rebound. The Bosnian striker was on target again in the 56th minute when he dropped marker Rio Ferdinand to volley in Nasri's corner, Yaya Toure rubbed salt into United's wounds with a third goal in the 90th minute as Manuel Pellegrini's men, now second in the table, completed a derby double following a 4-1 win over United at Eastlands in September. It was yet another night to forget for United boss David Moyes, in his first season in charge of the fading English champions following the retirement of Alex Ferguson, British football's most successful manager. This result ...
Paul Scholes is set for a return to Old Trafford this summer. David Gill and Alex Ferguson want him back to help David Moy…
Liverpool fans not held back at Old Trafford after final whistle. Reports now of a massive conga line down Alex Ferguson…
Sir Alex Ferguson back at Old Trafford in Paddy Power stunt after Manchester United's latest loss
[Picture] Sir Alex Ferguson getting behind Manchester United in the stands at Old Trafford last night
Sir Alex Ferguson, David Gill and Sir Bobby Charlton where all in a meeting at Old Trafford, 8 hours before kick off! Anyone guess what this was about? - AidaN (Y)
Manchester United VS Sunderland 05/11/11 unveiling of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand at Old Trafford.
LFC pick up award for Old Trafford display Liverpool's outstanding 3-0 victory over Manchester United on Sunday has been selected as the Performance of the Week by the League Managers Association's five-man panel. A Steven Gerrard double from the penalty spot and a late Luis Suarez strike ensured the Reds departed Old Trafford victorious for the first time in five years and reclaimed second place in the division. The display has been acknowledged by the LMA panel, which is comprised of chairman Howard Wilkinson, Former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, Joe Royle, Dave Bassett and Barry Fry. This is the third time in 2013-14 that Liverpool have claimed the award and Reds boss Brendan Rodgers will receive a specially engraved crystal football to mark the achievement.
Ryan Giggs rolled back the years with a vintage performance to help beat Olympiakos Robin Van Persie was the hat-trick hero as Manchester United turned around a two-goal first leg deficit to beat Olympiakos 3-0 at Old Trafford and progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League. However, it was the performance of Ryan Giggs that left Adam Bate in awe... 21 Sky Bet ... Up To £30 Free Matched Bet “It’s a time to show guts and courage,” said Gary Neville in the Sky Sports studio upon seeing the swelling over Antonio Valencia’s left eye. It was an admirable if disconcerting effort for the Manchester United winger to play on for so long – almost to the 77 minute mark – after suffering a serious blow to the head in the early stages. But there’s more than one type of bravery in football. And Ryan Giggs showed plenty of the kind that really counted on Wednesday evening at Old Trafford. David Moyes’ United have wilted under pressure at various times this season. The late heroics of the Sir ...
Robin Van Persie's hat-trick lifted the gloom surrounding Manchester United and manager David Moyes as the English side beat Olympiakos Piraeus 3-0 to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit and reach the Champions League quarterfinals on Wednesday. United, mounting a dismal defence of their Premier League title in Moyes's first campaign since replacing Alex Ferguson, kept alive their last remaining hope of lifting a trophy this season. Asked to show character by their manager, United responded with Van Persie showing a clinical edge that has been missing of late while the recalled Ryan Giggs was also instrumental on his first start since late January. Van Persie began the Old Trafford comeback with a 25th-minute penalty, awarded after he had been shoved in the back by Jose Holebas. The Dutchman levelled the tie on aggregate in first- half stoppage time, steering in Wayne Rooney's cross and Van Persie completed his hat-trick with a free kick six minutes after the break that left Olympiakos keeper Roberto rooted ...
Alex Ferguson saw it. Diego Maradona was there, and he saw it. So did Roberto Martinez and Roy Hodgson. And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, watching through his fingers from the Old Trafford directors box. David Moyes certainly saw it. The Manchester United manager will be seeing it in his nightmares for some time to come too, you suspect. Wayne Rooney called it the worst day of his football career. He saw it. Yes, on a day when the world tuned in for the latest instalment in English football’s fiercest rivalry, everybody saw it. They saw what Liverpool have become. They saw what Brendan Rodgers has turned them into. Title contenders? You bet. With nine games to go, the Reds are right in the thick of things. They may be Chihuahuas, according to Rodgers, but they have the bite to match their bark. They’re the Premier League’s form side. They butchered United here. They were stronger, quicker, fitter, smarter. They had more belief, more confidence, more quality in every single department. They battered their ri ...
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Super Eagles and Stoke City striker Peter Odemwingie was delighted with his brace in victory over West Ham United. The Nigerian International is feeling at home in the Potteries. (TribalFootball) ***Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his side had to be at their defensive best to repel the talent of Spurs striker Seyi Adebayor. (The Sun) ***Spurs boss Tim Sherwood refused to apologise for his latest touchline tantrum — and admitted that he is on trial all the time. The under-fire Spurs boss hurled his famous gilet to the ground in fury as his team’s hopes of Champions League qualification all but disappeared at White Hart Lane. Then he was caught up in a furious exchange with Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta after throwing the ball at Gunners full-back Bacary Sagna. (The SUn) ***Manchester United boss David Moyes has admitted the task of replacing Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford has been more difficult than he had envisaged. Moyes' disappointing start to his United reign cont ...
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Three reasons why Manchester United can beat Liverpool By Eurosport | Pitchside Europe – 22 hours ago Email Share60 Liverpool have all the form going into this Sunday's clash at Old Trafford, but our friends at Squawka believe Manchester United can get the points. 1. Liverpool’s Defence Is Far From Perfect In attack the Reds have been excellent and with 73 goals they are the Premier League’s top scorers but they have needed to score a large amount of goals due to the fact they only have the joint sixth best defence. With 35 goals conceded, the same amount as Southampton, West Ham United and Hull City, Liverpool have a worse defensive record than Manchester United, who have conceded 31 goals. This is in part due to poor overall performances in tackles and headed duels. Over the course of the season Liverpool have won just 48% of the 974 tackles attempted and 49% of the 841 headers challenged for. Jose Enrique is definitely out of the clash and if Lucas Leiva and Mamadou Sakho do not recover in time i ...
ROBIN Van Persie is uncertain whether to remain at Manchester United and will consider his future in the summer. It is understood that the Dutchman has no release clause in a contract that will have two years left in July and the champions would resist any attempt by the player to leave. The manner in which United resisted Wayne Rooney's desire to move to Chelsea last summer when he had become disgruntled with life at Old Trafford is now considered the default stance at the club when seeking to retain top line players. The approach with Rooney has proved a success, with the England striker committing fully to David Moyes' team. Last week he signed a five-and-a-half-year deal that keeps him at United until he is 33. Following United's dismal 2-0 Champions League defeat at Oympiakos on Tuesday, Van Persie signalled his disquiet by complaining that his team-mates were taking up positions he wanted to occupy. Although the striker was careful to defend Moyes, his frustration with his fellow players was also an ...
16 interesting statistics about David MoyesManchester United The manager’s tough start to life at Old Trafford is reflected in many of these facts IT’S BEEN A difficult start to life at Manchester United for David Moyes, and the majority of these statistics reflect that fact A few, however, such as the comparison with Ferguson’s early tenure, constitute faint signs of hope for the Old Trafford faithful 1. So far, David Moyes has a better win% record (57.58) than any manager in United’s history apart from Alex Ferguson (59.67). Moyes’ win% with Everton was much lower though (41%). 2. Moyes won 18 of his first 31 games in charge at United — a better record than Sir Matt Busby (15), Ron Atkinson (14) and Sir Alex Ferguson (12). 3. United have gone out of the FA Cup at the third round under Moyes — something which only happened once in Alex Ferguson’s 27 years in charge. 4.United are currently seventh. They haven’t been as low at this stage of the season since the 1988/89 campaign. 5.Onl ...
David Moyes is facing a fight to prove he is the man to lead Manchester United following the latest setback in their crisis-hit season. While Moyes retains the backing of the board for now, it is understood there HAS been a mood shift in the corridors of power following the 2-0 Champions League defeat to Olympiakos on Tuesday. The Scot, who succeeded the legendary Alex Ferguson last summer, has already lost the support of a significant core of the champions' fans and there is a fear within the club that their turbulent season could go from bad to worse over the coming weeks. United face three key home games in nine days next month - against arch-rivals Liverpool, the decider against Olympiakos and title-chasing neighbours Manchester City - that could go a long way to deciding Moyes' future. Defeat to Liverpool would signal the end of United's bid for a top-four finish, while an exit from the Champions League at the hands of the Greeks is looming large ahead of the return leg at Old Trafford. Senior figure ...
Manchester United have a spy in the camp at Olympiakos, but he is not a very good one. Roy Carroll played 49 games for Alex Ferguson's side after a dream move to Old Trafford from Wigan
More Moyes misery as United is held by Fulham LONDON (AP) — So often the beneficiary of late goals under Alex Ferguson, it seems everything is being turned on its head at Manchester United under David Moyes after his team's latest stumble in the Premier League. Deep into stoppage time at Old Trafford, Darren Bent plundered a goal in "Fergie Time" for Fulham to claim a 2-2 draw for the league's worst team on Sunday. And a miserable first season for Moyes just keeps on getting worse, with the champions adrift in seventh, after winning the title by 11 points under Ferguson in May. "Today was probably as bad as it gets," Moyes said. But next up on Wednesday is a trip to Arsenal, which might have lost 5-1 at Liverpool on Saturday but is second in the standings. Bent's intervention leaves United nine points adrift of the fourth Champions League qualification place, let alone the summit where Chelsea is 15 points ahead. Even more agonizing for Moyes is that his team had turned the match around to be in a winni ...
Man United manager David Moyes has asked the club's fans to trust him over the handling of Wilfried Zaha. Sir Alex Ferguson's final signing as United boss was expected to make a big impact at Old Trafford this season. Instead, the £15million arrival from Crystal Palace made just four appeara...
Sir Alex Ferguson had a road named after him in Manchester for what he'd achieved.rumour has it Moyes is getting one too!! It's leads from Old Trafford all the way out of Manchester
United in decline as Moyes faces crunch time: Moments before Alex Ferguson left Old Trafford for the final tim...
young Alex Ferguson for whom loved free flowing attacking football as we'd become accustomed to at Old Trafford
After Manutd drew with Sunderland at Old Trafford in October 2009 Alex Ferguson accused the referee(Alan Wlley) of being…
Breaking news. Alex Ferguson appointed as new manager of Manchester United. He certainly will die from the havoc David Moyes has caused in Old Trafford
The frequent attacks by Roy Keane on Sir Alex Ferguson to me is a reflection of why he is unsuccessful after his career at Old Trafford. All this talk about Fergie seeking power after retirement or Fergie not being loyal to Man Utd by Roy Keane shows the hurt and hatred he feels after Fergie kicked him out of the club after Keane criticised his team mates in 2006 on MUTV. Ingratitude usually leads to this.
Roy Keane says former manager Sir Alex Ferguson is still attempting to exert his influence at Manchester United. Ferguson, who retired as United manager in May after 26 years and was replaced by Everton boss David Moyes, is now a director at Old Trafford. "Everything is about control and power [with Ferguson]," said Keane, who left United after falling out with the Scot.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane believes Sir Alex Ferguson is still battling to cling on to some power at Old Trafford. -IT
Manchester United: Who stays, who goes? After another defeat left Manchester United stagnating in mid-table at the weekend, David Moyes was once again a target for criticism as he continues to struggle to get the best out of a group of players that won the Premier League title last season. There is, however, only so much that Moyes can do sitting in the Old Trafford hotseat. His players must shoulder some of the blame and it is clear that among the unquestionable talent at the club, there is also plenty of deadwood. Reports on Monday suggested Moyes could be ready to wield the axe, so who would escape with their United careers intact and who would be moved on to pastures new? David De Gea One of the best young keepers in Europe, talk that Sir Alex Ferguson was thinking of ditching the Spaniard not long after buying him looks even sillier now than it did at the time. VERDICT: Keep him Anders Lindegaard A capable enough back-up. Peter Schmeichel he ain't, but United fans have little cause to feel overly-ner ...
ALEX FERGUSON has been accused of undermining Old Trafford manager David Moyes, by former captain Roy Keane
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has lashed out again at retired Old Trafford manager Alex Ferguson in a ITV4 documentary set to be aired on Tuesday.
Alex Ferguson went to watch Aberdeen away to St Johnstone rather than go to Old Trafford. Oh dear
My Letter to Alex Ferguson Dear Sir, Paul Scholes retired from active soccer but when the going went tough you brought him back. Now that you have also retired but know clearly that Manchester United is being disintegrated, what are you doing about it? Please advise yourself. We are suffering and there seem to be no power to help in the struggle. It's not funny any more as Old Trafford has now become home for strangers and visitors. Distant relationship has always been difficult else I would have come directly to you to present my petition. I believe in Moyes and I keep on praying for him. I believe in Manchester United and cannot downplay our prowess but now things are very difficult. I kindly call you back to the pitch. With kind regards, Nana Boachie
Alex Ferguson wasnt the boss, i was Mike Phelan, former No.2 to Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, claims it was he and not the legendary Scot who was the real 'boss' at the club over their last five years together Old Trafford. Your thoughts?? --AR
Nick Powell - The future of England's midfield Barely two weeks from now, a film is going to release on the Class of ’92. Perhaps, they were the greatest batch of players ever produced by Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson dynamic rise to the top would have been only a dream without these men. They portrayed the heart and soul of Manchester United. Ever since these six men, United have produced few to match the might of them. No player since has matched up to the talent of those six. Tom Cleverley, Danny Welbeck were the most recent ones but their hype has remained a hype. Though they are very good players in their own right, it would be a feeble comparison when placed aside those six. Ever since the ageing up of Scholes, questions have shadowed Old Trafford as to who would replace this luminary at Manchester United. Out of all the players that Sir Alex produced, I would say that Scholes was arguably the best. The way we he would dictate the tempo of a match was a delight to watch. Those inch-perfect ...
Shinji Kagawa could be on his way to Italian giants Juventus. The Japanese international has failed to make much of an impact at Old Trafford and has seen his first team chances grow all the more limited under new boss David Moyes. The 24 year old former Borussia Dortmund man may jump at the chance of a fresh challenge and a move to join Turin giants Juventus could well appeal to the flair player. Kagawa has made just three Premier League starts this season and last term his form was patchy and he has never come close to hitting the heights he reached during his time in the Bundesliga and as such a decent bid for his services may well be considered by the Premier League side. A number of under-performing Man United players could be fearing for their future at the club as January approaches as Moyes is no doubt keen to put his own stamp on the squad he inherited from Sir Alex Ferguson and one imagines the likes of Nani, Ashley Young, Anderson and Luis Antonio Valencia may be a little worried about their fu ...
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Michael Carrick: England midfielder extends Man Utd deal Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has extended his contract at Old Trafford until June 2015, with the option of a further year. The England midfielder, 32, is currently recovering from an Achilles injury he aggravated in the 1-0 Premier League win over Arsenal on 10 November. But Carrick has impressed manager David Moyes in his 10 league appearances this season. "He is an exceptional man and a true professional," Moyes said. Carrick's Man Utd career United debut: 23 Aug 2006 a v Charlton Appearances: 334 Goals: 21 Trivia: Since joining Manchester United in 2006, Carrick has only lost out in a league title race by one point [to Chelsea in 2009-2010] and goal difference [to Manchester City in 2011-2012] Carrick has helped United win five Premier League titles, one Champions League, one League Cup and one Fifa Club World Cup since Sir Alex Ferguson signed him from Tottenham in July 2006. "The club has gone through a few changes and working . ...
Manchester United great Bobby Charlton believes the champions' 1-0 win over Premier League leaders Arsenal is proof they will make a sustained title defence in manager David Moyes's first season in charge. Last weekend's victory at Old Trafford left United just five points behind the Gunners on a weekend where title rivals Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur all dropped points. United won just three of their first eight league games under former Everton boss Moyes, who moved into the United hotseat when Alex Ferguson retired after a trophy-laden 26-and-a-half years at the helm. However, they have now gone nine games unbeaten in all competitions and Charlton, a key figure in Matt Busby's successful United sides of the 1950s and 1960s, is glad the club's latest Scottish manager is starting to silence his doubters. "There was a little bit of criticism going on but I am pleased I didn't have to answer it because David has done it himself," Charlton told United Review. "We are not the type of team w ...
What did we learn from the weekend's Premier League games? Moyes and Mourinho are heading in different directions, but ultimately nobody knows anything. 1. David Moyes is here to stay This was the sort of performance Manchester United probably had in mind when they appointed Moyes as Alex Ferguson's successor. A win against title rivals built on an energetic start, hard work throughout and stout defending. Nothing flashy, just a well-executed game plan and three points in the bag. It's too early to say Moyes' United have fully turned the corner, but the Scot has been blessed by this most topsy-turvy of seasons which sees his side above City, a point behind Chelsea and firmly in the title shake-up. 2. Arsenal shouldn't panic But a narrow defeat at Old Trafford does not mean Arsenal have been 'found out'. Yes, hey could do with some genuine wide players and a pacy striker, but it's not like we didn't know that before yesterday. This Arsenal team can still improve - this much we know. But it's not going to t ...
Van Persie strikes down Arsenal as City, Spurs slump LONDON (AFP) – Robin Van Persie turned on his old club by scoring the only goal of the game as champions Manchester United beat Premier League leaders Arsenal 1-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday to revive their title challenge. The Dutchman, who joined United in a £24 million ($38 million) move in August last year after failing to be convinced about the trophy ambitions of Arsenal, who last won a major piece of silverware in 2005, struck in the 27th minute. Van Persie got the run on Olivier Giroud and attacked a Wayne Rooney corner before flicking his header over Kieran Gibbs on the post and into the net as United found a way through Arsenal’s zonal marking system. This victory, arguably David Moyes’s most significant success since replacing the retired Alex Ferguson as United manager, saw the title-holders move to within five points of Arsenal, who themselves remained two points clear at the top from Liverpool. Had United lost, they would have been 11 ...
Wenger believes that the work of Dutchman Rene Meulensteen, who left Old Trafford when Moyes took over, was key to persuading Van Persie to move. He said: "Robin Van Persie had been convinced by the Dutch coach who was at Manchester United, [so] that played a big part. "It was more the fact that I had the conversations I had with Robin Van Persie that convinced me [to sell him]. It is not the talk with Alex Ferguson that convinced me to sell Robin." -360
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Kenny Dalglish on Alex Ferguson's autobiography: If Steven Gerrard isn't top class, why was Fergie desperate to sign him? Sir Alex Ferguson's obsession with Liverpool, and Steven Gerrard in particular, has perplexed Kenny Dalglish Not top class: But then why was Fergie after the Liverpool skipper? Getty Sir Alex Ferguson is ­entitled to say whatever he wants about Manchester United in his latest autobiography. His words. His prerogative. But there were a few things about the book and its timing that surprised me and many others, including United fans. For a start, Sir Alex has written so many books already I’m not sure why he chose this one to settle so many old scores. The timing is bad. It’s a bit strange to bring it out now when the new manager at the club needs help and support. Its publication – and some of the upset it has caused at Old Trafford – is hardly ideal for David Moyes. It was a bit odd to see Sir Alex’s comments on some of the players who had served him so well and had brought ...
Alex Ferguson is Scottish and his successor as coach of Manchester United, David Moyes, is Scottish. Between the rivers - oceans-words that have flooded the media planetary this week after the abdication from Ferguson, putting end to its 26 and a half years on the throne of Old Trafford, this fact has been pointed out by many commentators as worthy of special mention. They argue that a factor in favour of a happy and smooth succession is the fact that Moyes was also born in Scotland. Seen from the outside analysis seems banal. It is not.
Alex Ferguson states that David Beckham had to leave old Trafford because Beckham thought he was bigger than the club.Give it a couple of years under Moyes and the tea lady will be bigger than the club.
Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson launched his new autobiography on Tuesday, lifting the lid on his relationships with stars such as David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, Roy Keane and Wayne Rooney. Ferguson said Beckham became too obsessed with fame in the latter years of his Old Trafford career and reiterated his claim that Rooney asked to quit the club at the end of last season.
The striker was pleased the Former Manchester United manager has come out and explained that he did not hand in a written transfer request in an attempt to leave Old Trafford Wayne Rooney says he is "thankful" that former manager Sir Alex Ferguson has corrected suggestions that the Manchester United striker handed in a formal transfer request. Speculation was rife over the summer that Rooney would be heading out of Old Trafford, possibly leaving for rivals Chelsea, after the Scot revealed that the 27-year-old had asked to leave the club. Though Ferguson describes the former Everton man as "wanting away" in his autobiography, he later clarified that Rooney had not put in a transfer request - a move which would have seen him waive all contractual signing on fees. "I'm thankful that he's gone back and corrected that I put a transfer request in," Rooney told Sky Sports after Manchester United's 1-0 over Real Sociedad. "I haven't seen him since I retired and the other stuff doesn't concern me." When asked if h ...
Football - Premier League Team-mates poke fun at Rooney with birthday present Manchester United team mates have clubbed together to buy Wayne Rooney a special present for his 28th birthday on Thursday - former manager Alex Ferguson's autobiography which criticises the forward for being a slow learner with fitness problems. Not that the England and United multi-millionaire is too bothered what Ferguson thinks following the Scot's retirement at the end of last season. His form since David Moyes took over has soared, the goals have started flowing again, and he played another influential role as Manchester United beat Real Sociedad 1-0 at Old Trafford to go top of Champions League Group A on Wednesday. A little more than 11 years after marking his arrival with a stunning Premier League goal for Everton against Arsenal while he was still only 16, Rooney now looks like a man whose time has come. According to reports in Thursday's newspapers, United players thought the book would be the ideal birthday present f ...
Michael Laudrup believes Sir Alex Ferguson was wrong to lift the lid on his dealings with some of his former players in his autobiography. David Beckham and Roy Keane were among the ex-Manchester United players to come in for criticism from Ferguson as the Scot made public the goings-on in the Old Trafford dressing room during his trophy-laden tenure. But Swansea manager Laudrup does not believe it is fair to reveal behind-the-scenes events, particularly when managers customarily demand loyalty to the group from their players.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was glad on Wednesday former manager Alex Ferguson had now backtracked on comments that triggered months of speculation over the player's future. Before bowing out after winning a 13th Premier League trophy of his almost 27-year reign at Old Trafford in May, Ferguson said the England international had asked for a transfer and his words led to a close season of rumours that Rooney was on his way out.
Alex Ferguson has criticised Mark Bosnich in his autobiography for a lack of professionalism while at Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson On Wayne 'Wazza' Rooney’s (second) transfer request: ‘He came in to my office the day after we won the league (2013) and asked away. He wasn’t happy with being left out for some games and subbed in others. ‘His agent Paul Stretford phoned David Gill with the same message. ‘All players are different. Some are happy to stay at the same club their whole careers; others need fresh challenges, as Van Persie felt when he joined us from Arsenal. ‘The urge to fight and flourish would not be extinguished in Wayne. I left him to discuss his future with David Moyes, hoping to see many great performances from him at Old Trafford.’
Ferguson also writes in 'Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography' that: Wayne Rooney lost his "old thrust" in his final season in charge because he was not fit enough He left David Moyes to decide Rooney's future after the striker expressed his desire to leave The hardest part of Roy Keane's body is his tongue and he has the most "savage tongue you can imagine" England will not win a World Cup until they can produce players as technically gifted as Brazil He turned down the job of managing England twice Cristiano Ronaldo was the "most gifted player" he managed and calls him a "wizard" He told Ronaldo that he would rather "shoot" him than sell him to Real Madrid in 2008 The reason he fell out with Rafa Benitez was because the Spaniard made his attacks personal He still does not know which Arsenal player threw pizza at him in the Old Trafford tunnel Liverpool's decision to wear T-shirts in support of Luis Suarez following claims of racism was "ridiculous" Ex-Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini was wrong to play Ca ...
United face Saints test, Reds at Magpies 18 Oct 2013 11:40:00 Manchester United will look to get their league title defence airborne at home to high-flying Southampton on Saturday, as the Premier League resumes following the international break. United's England players will return to club duty with a spring in their step after the national team secured qualification for next year's World Cup, but Old Trafford has not been a happy place in recent weeks. With only two wins in their last six games, David Moyes's side trail early leaders Arsenal by six points and in Southampton they face a team who have climbed to fourth place following a run of three straight victories. The shadow of former manager Alex Ferguson continues to loom over the club but he has urged fans to show patience. Speaking at an event to unveil a road near Old Trafford that has been renamed in his honour earlier this week, Ferguson said: "It's a great, great Football Club. You, the supporters, have enjoyed it. "And I still think that a lo ...
Preview: Manchester United v Southampton, Old Trafford, Sat. 19 Oct., 3pm Billed as Steadily developing side who could yet make a real splash at the top once they get their attack in order… vs Manchester United. The lowdown In their initial Premier League spell, Southampton would regularly bloody United’s nose at The Dell, yet they’ve rarely had much joy at Old Trafford. Their last point came in September 1999, when stocking-filler DVD star Massimo Taibi spread his legs for Matt Le Tissier in a 3-3 draw. Southampton may have lost last season’s fixture, but their performance was heralded by Alex Ferguson as the best by a visiting side to Old Trafford so far that season, with the Scot going as far as to say his team were lucky to win – not something you imagine he’s admitted too often. Man United FORM S’land 1-2 Man Utd (Prem) Shakhtar 1-1 Man Utd (CL) Man Utd 1-2 WBA (Prem) Man Utd 1-0 Liverpool (LC) Man City 4-1 Man Utd (Prem) SOUTHAMPTON FORM So'ton 2-0 Swansea (Prem) So'ton 2-0 Palace (Pre ...
4 - The last Old Trafford goal of Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign, and boy did make sure he scored it.
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Van der Sar praise for De Gea Edwin van der Sar believes successor David De Gea is one of the key reasons behind Manchester United winning last season’s Premier League. Van der Sar closed out his career in style at Old Trafford, winning four league titles, two FA Cups and a Champions League before hanging up his gloves. De Gea was given the unenviable task of the replacing the former Holland international two years ago, with United making him the world’s second most expensive goalkeeper aged just 20. His performances after joining from Atletico Madrid were heavily criticised, but he has risen in stature and shone as Sir Alex Ferguson capped his final season with the league title. De Gea’s performances saw him selected for the PFA Premier League Team of the Year and Van der Sar is full of praise for the man that replaced him. “It is unbelievable,” the ex-goalkeeper, now Ajax marketing director, said. “He came from different league, he was young. He was 20 when he came. “He came from Spain, he ...
Premier League Paper Round: Januzaj in line for 5,900% pay rise Manchester United's new star is to get a vast pay rise; Harry Redknapp is still sore at being snubbed by the FA; Luka Modric will reject any offer from United; plus the rest of the day's biggest stories. Januzaj to get 2,900% pay rise - or perhaps a 4,900% pay rise. Or maybe 5,900%: The Sun, Daily Mirror and Daily Mail all report that Manchester United's 18-year-old Belgian sensation Adnan Januzaj will be handed a vast pay rise to keep him at Old Trafford on a long-term deal. That will translate to a pay bump from £1,000 a week to £30,000 a week (according to The Sun), £50,000 a week (if you read the Mirror) and £60,000 a week (in the Daily Mail). The deal will come quickly, since the player's existing contract expires next summer. "Old Trafford chiefs are desperate not to be embarrassed again in the same way they were with Paul Pogba," the Sun reports, referring to Alex Ferguson's refusal to give in to Pogba's demands that precipitated a ...
Great Scot reveals Chelsea target ‘did ask to leave’ Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted that Chelsea target Wayne Rooney did ask to leave last year The striker’s future was subject to much speculation all summer following Fergie’s revelation that the 27-year-old wanted to quit Old Trafford. Rooney has always privately denied the claims and has started the season in majestic form under David Moyes, but Ferguson is adamant the England international ‘asked away’. However, he believes any ill feeling between the pair is water under the bridge. Speaking on American television interview with PBS, Fergie said: ‘I think he’d shake my hand if he came in now. [He] has got his energy and his purpose back so maybe that was a turning point in a way.’ (Metro) It will be interesting to see if he stays in the January or summer window. - [Noeasygames.com] :: Anyone wants to see Roo in Blue come January?
FOOTBALL WATCH.! by NN I have no problem with the ability of one David Moyes to turn around Manchester UnitedS' fortunes., but i MUST say, to an extent he has run the team down!!! He doesn't appear to be sure about his ideal team and surprisingly for a manager of his stature and clout, doesn't even have a prefered team of eleven players. I dont know how much time he needs to get to understand his players but only a fool takes longer..., i mean, he has been managing in the EPL and played against united several times. All im seeing is confusion on the pitch and lots of it on the bench...!! From what i know, Moyes' first blunder at united was the wholesome overhaul of the technical staff replacing it with his own from everton, knowing too well that the approach from the two tech units was quite varied. Change always come with costs but at united, it may be so expensive to bear. many may advance the argument that even Alex Ferguson himself ran a number of seasons with no success but that was then..., times a ...
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If there was ever a time when Manchester United fans should be dead worried about the health of their beloved club, it is now. The alarm bell rang as they lost to Manchester City in a manner that lacked total team cohesion and spirit, short of Wayne Rooney. The alarm bells now rang again with a more alarming defeat to relatively low West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford of all places! So, six games into the current campaign Man United are in 12th position on the league table, seven points (three games) behind league leaders Arsenal. Experts say losing in sports is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact you cannot succeed if you do not lose and learn from your defeat(s). However, the manner you lose and to whom you lose tells a lot as you go forward. This is one major cause of pessimism for any true Man United fan or football analyst WHAT IS BEHIND THIS FREE FALL? If you are a Man United fan, here are some reasons why I feel you should be concerned. DIFFICULT TRANSITION In all fairness to David Moyes, it was ...
Jade Namaqua-daisy Rhode wrote: Remember the words of Sir Alex Ferguson when addressing the Old Trafford faithful at the end of last season: "I'd also like to remind you that when we had bad times here, the club stood by me, all my staff stood by me, the players stood by me. Your job now is to stand by our new manager. That is important!!!
FACT! FACT!! FACT!!! In the 135 Year history of Manchester United, they have only appointed a David as manager on two occasions: once when the late Dave Sexton was manager from 1977-81 and last Summer when the incumbent David Moyes got the Job. Although some 36years separate their managerial tenures, some chilling similarities exit in the kind of Results they chalked up for the Red Devils. To be factual, there are some points of differences in their individual careers but the similarities, particularly in the first Season in charge at Old Trafford is so striking that you may be tempted to believe it is more than just mere coincidence. Okay, for one, Sexton was 53 when he got the United job while Moyes just celebrated his 50th last April. Secondly, both where appointed under extra-ordinary circumstances with Sexton getting the job after Tommy Docherty was sacked for having an affair with the wife of the club's physiotherapist, while Moyes was appointed after the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson following a ...
Wilfried Zaha had a big decision to make last January as both Manchester United and Arsenal were vying for the then Crystal Palace winger's services. Arsenal, the club who Zaha supported as a boy, were said to be leading the race to sign the starlet until Sir Alex Ferguson intervened to steal him away from Arsene Wenger's grasp. Zaha was by far the best player in the Championship at the time, helping the Eagles to seal a place in the Premier League. The 20-year-old, speaking shortly after his £15million move to Old Trafford, told The Sun: "It was always Arsenal, Arsenal, Arsenal, Arsenal in terms of where I could be going. "I am just anxious and excited. It will be something different. When I walk into that dressing room at United. I do not know what I will feel. I will keep my head down as I am there to play football. "But I have to admit I will be a bit starstruck. Van Persie and Giggs will be in there - wow. Rooney will be in there - amazing. How can I not be looking forward to this?" Just under nine ...
THANK GOD, HE HAS GOTTEN A NEW JOB! Derby County have confirmed Steve McClaren as their new Head Coach just two days after sacking Nigel Clough. McClaren has agreed a deal with the Championship club that sees him return to Pride Park 14 years after leaving to join Manchester United as Alex Ferguson's assistant. In his previous spell at the club, McClaren assisted Jim Smith as they won promotion to the Premier League. After his two-year-spell at Old Trafford, McClaren went on to manage Middlesbrough, Twente, Wolfsburg, Nottingham Forest and England. The 52-year-old arrives at the club after Clough was sacked following their 1-0 defeat to fierce rivals Forest at the City Ground on Saturday. Clough had spent over four years at the club but was not deemed able to take them to the next level by the owners.
Champions League - Moyes backs Rooney to achieve more Wayne Rooney scored twice against Bayer Leverkusen to reach 200 Manchester United goals as he enjoys a new lease of life under David Moyes who thinks he can become one of the club's greatest predators. The striker's commitment to Old Trafford had been questioned and he was left out of key games last season under Alex Ferguson, who also took to playing him in more of a midfield role as Robin Van Persie took the goalscoring glory. Rooney is fourth on United's all-time leading scorers' list, behind Bobby Charlton (249), Denis Law (237) and Jack Rowley (211) and his manager can see him going further. "I remember coming in and saying you've got a real chance to be one of the all-time leading goalscorers at this club and I tell you what if he keeps playing like he did tonight he will get there," Moyes said. Along with the rousing reception Rooney has been getting from the Old Trafford crowd, despite a turbulent few months, Moyes' faith in him seems to have l ...
Never forget to insult Alex Ferguson when sitting in the home stands at Old Trafford.
HARD TACKLE David Moyes has vowed to “try to win everything” in his first campaign as Manchester United boss. Moyes, 50, has only ever lifted one trophy as a manager. And that was back in 2000 when he led Preston to the old Division Two title — now known as League One. In 11 years in charge of Everton, silverware always eluded the Scot. But in his new role at Old Trafford, Moyes will be going all-out to land five trophies. And he is expected to get his first when United play Wigan in the Community Shield at Wembley on August 11. Moyes believes the fact he was personally selected by Alex Ferguson as his successor will command respect from the players and ensure they believe in him. QUESTION Do you see Moyes winning many titles with Man United?
Embarking on the daunting task of replacing Alex Ferguson in the Manchester United dugout, David Moyes said he won't be intimidated by the presence of his illustrious predecessor at Old Trafford.
•Alex Ferguson may step back to help David Moyes find feet •LEGENDARY Ex-Red Devils’ boss concerned his presence could heap pressure on his replacement •Fergie is contemplating staying away from David Moyes’s first run of matches at Manchester United out of concerns his presence may undermine his successor and potentially increase the pressure on the club’s new manager. While Ferguson’s natural desire is to see the start of a new era in which Ryan Giggs takes on a player-coach role, the Former United manager has confided to friends that he is unsure whether he should take a visible role out of respect to Moyes. Instead, he is exploring the possibilities of whether there is an executive box at Old Trafford where he will be able to watch in privacy, or even whether it would be better to keep away from fixtures such as Chelsea’s visit to Old Trafford on August 24, Moyes’s first home game in charge. Uppermost in his thoughts is that there will be television cameras on him throughout every ga ...
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was an emotional man after signing off at Old Trafford with all three points as Rio Ferdinand's late goal earned Man...
Barcelona in a three-way battle for Wayne Rooney. The English frontman, 27, is set for showdown talks with the new Old Trafford boss David Moyes this week. Former manager Alex Ferguson had earlier said Rooney was not for sale after claiming the striker had asked for a transfer. Top Barca sources told SunSport they are monitoring the situation and if United want to flog him they are ready to pounce. Earlier it was reported that Real Madrid are in search of a striker with Higuain almost certain to leave the Bernabeu, and would be interested in acquiring the services of Rooney who is a well establish Premier League player. Chelsea are also interested in Rooney as their top target Edinson Cavani seems set to ditch the Premier League club, preferring a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid. It is believed that Rooney is precisely the type of attacker that would fit in the Barca system. Barca follows the tradition of defending right from the front and Rooney is known to work harder than anyone and give his 100 p . ...
Sky Sports Breaking News: Howard Webb has insisted that despite Alex Ferguson leaving Old Trafford, he is still committed to see out his contract until 2015 and further assist United to more trophies! Good on ya Howard, loyalty still exists in football.
1. Deals on Kevin Strootman, Thiago Alcantara and Ezequiel Garay are progressing positivley. 2. Barca president Sandro Rosell says that Thiago has a release clause of €18 million. Maybe a hint for Manchester United. 3. Strootman agent says: Kevin is a player like Paul Scholes. 4. Manchester United set for a big sign it maybe Bale or Ronaldo. 5. Sir Alex Ferguson said earlier everything is in a place for a BIG signing this summer. 6. Nampalys Mendy on MUFC interest: They're the club of my dreams. It proves that I've done some good things, but I want to stay in France. 7. Rodrigo backs E. Garay to shine at Manchester United. 8. Greogory Loannidis (Samaras' ex- agent) has said that deal is done and Ronaldo will be coming to his home at Old Trafford. 9. Juventes midfielder Marchisio: It's an honor that Monaco and Manchester United have been interested in me. 10. Certain rumors claim that today morning Rooney has arrived at the Emirates in a black Mercedes to set up a meeting with Arsene Wenger. 11. Manchest ...
Only Scottish managers have been successful at Man United. (Matt Busby and Fergie). The others have all failed to make our club the best in England. Now another Scot is arriving at Old Trafford, let's see if he follows the footsteps of the two great scots before him.
Jose Mourinho told Alex Ferguson there was no way he would ever take over from him at Manchester United. Mourinho ended his six-year Premier League exile when he breezed back into Chelsea for the second coming of the Special One. The 50-year-old was tipped to take the Old Trafford job as news leaked Fergie was retiring and Mourinho was being axed by Real Madrid. But the Portuguese coach insisted: “I’d have turned down every job in the world for Chelsea. “Of course I told Sir Alex I wanted to return to Stamford Bridge.” And Mourinho revealed he was bowled over by the trust put in him when told by Ferguson he was walking away from Old Trafford. He added: “I knew Ferguson was retiring months ago and I’m happy with his trust as it was big news. “I imagine just a small circle of people around him knew about his decision and it was a responsibility for me to know what he planned. “He told me his plan as we’re friends. And because he’s a friend, I told him the club I wanted to coach in Englan ...
United may use Sir Alex to lure Ronaldo back to Old Trafford strettychants.com Manchester United are ready to use the pulling power of Alex Ferguson to help land Cristiano Ronaldo. The Real Madrid man was disappointed after hearing his former boss had retired at the end of la...
Manchester United banking on emotional ties to bring back Cristiano Ronaldo... ...and will adopt softer stance than Ferguson towards Rooney in an effort to keep him at club Manchester United are adamant that they will not let Wayne Rooney leave this summer and are harbouring hopes that the emotional pull of Old Trafford may be enough to persuade Cristiano Ronaldo to return to the club to partner him. The Premier League champions believe that Ronaldo is desperate to leave Real Madrid and, though they accept that they will be unable to compete financially with Monaco or Paris Saint- Germain in a pursuit of the player, they believe that his emotional ties to Old Trafford could be decisive. Bringing Ronaldo back, four years after his departure, would be a huge statement of intent from the Glazer family and, at a stroke, dispel any sense that they have sought the cheap option by replacing Sir Alex Ferguson with David Moyes. Bestowing Ronaldo on Moyes would underline their belief in him. United must overcome su ...
Manchester United’s owners, the Glazer family, are prepared to hand David Moyes a £60 million transfer kitty this summer in order to allow Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor to stamp his personality on the Old Trafford squad.
Manchester will use Sir Alex to help persuade Cristiano to return to Old Trafford this summer.
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Manchester United Head Coach Rene Meulensteen turned down the chance to be David Moyes' Assistant Manager at Old Trafford because he felt the Scot’s hands-on approach to training would have left him more marginalised than in the role he enjoyed under Sir Alex Ferguson. Meulensteen is likely to move back to the Netherlands or the Middle East, where he has a network of contacts from his time in Qatar, running the national under-18s side and several club sides. Having been encouraged to work there by the late Wiel Coerver, the Dutch coach who inspired him. The composition of Moyes’ backroom team remains unclear, following the decision to sever ties with Ferguson’s assistant Mike Phelan and goalkeeping coach Eric Steele. Chris Woods, who has served Moyes at Goodison Park, is in contention to move to Old Trafford to fill the goalkeeping role vacated by Steele. Jimmy Lumsden, who worked with Moyes at Preston and Everton, is also expected to make the move. Moyes is now away on holiday. -BBM
Rumours are getting stronger that our prodigal son, Cr7, back to us is a done deal/Sir Alex Ferguson driving the deal to bring him back to his rightful home, Old Trafford! I sincerely pray that tis be true! Pls, Lord Vinayagar, tis shall be my best upcoming birthday present...
Revealed: How Fergie began to lure Ronaldo back to Old Trafford... with a bit of love
Sir Alex Ferguson started to lure Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford
Moyes is also facing a fight with new Napoli boss Rafa Benitez for another midfield target - £15mrated Kevin Strootman. Sir Alex Ferguson had been tracking Strootman for six months before deciding to retire. And his replacement shares Fergie's admiration of the Dutch midfielder and wants to lure him to Old Trafford this summer. -BBM
Claudio Marchisio "would be very proud" if Manchester United tried to buy him from Juventus Juventus schemer Claudio Marchisio has opened the door to a potential move to Manchester United by admitted he'd be proud to be wanted by the Old Trafford giants. David Moyes, who takes over from the retiring Alex Ferguson as manager next month, is seeking midfield reinforcements this summer following the retirement of Paul Scholes and with severe doubts over the future of illness-hit Darren Fletcher. Italy international Marchisio, currently on Confederations Cup duty in Brazil, is prepared to leave the Serie A champions - his hometown club - after being told he might be allowed to go for around £24million. Marchisio, 27, said: "I've heard that I might not be so valuable to Juve any more. "I've not been told anything by the club or received any offers and I need to speak to Juve to see if I am still an important player for them. "If that's not the case, it will be normal to look at other teams. It is not only down ...
Manchester United’s new boss refuses to give up on signing the former Gunners skipper who is out of favour at Barcelona. Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger has first refusal on the World Cup-winning midfielder, 26. But Moyes is ready to price him out in a straight fight this summer as he looks to start building a new era at Man Utd. Fabregas has said publicly that he wants to stay at the Nou Camp to fight for his place even after the £50m signing of Brazilian superstar Neymar. But Moyes is ready to test his loyalty with the offer of playing at the heart of the team he is building at Old Trafford. Moves to get Fabregas back to the Premier League began long before Moyes took over from Alex Ferguson last month. Midfield is an area that needs urgent attention for the Premier League champs with Paul Scholes retired, leaving Michael Carrick and Tom Cleverley to carry the burden. Brazilian Anderson and Japan’s Shinji Kagawa make up the numbers but are not in the same class as Fabregas. The Spanish star slipped down ...
NANI will call David Moyes tomorrow before making an announcement on his future in the next couple of days. The Manchester United winger is a £12million target for Monaco, Galatasaray and Napoli. Talks over a new deal at United have stalled amid speculation linking him with a move away. It is not yet clear whether he has a place in new boss Moyes’ plans. And the Portuguese star, 26, said: “I have not yet decided where I am going or if I am going. “I do not want to speak about rumours but I will decide my future in the next few days.” Nani’s case for staying is not helped by the £15m signing of Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace and the return to fitness of Ashley Young. The Portuguese slipped down United’s pecking order after Alex Ferguson regularly left him on the sidelines. Nani has stated he wants a £6m-a-year salary if he is to leave Old Trafford. But that will not worry Turkish giants Galatasaray or moneybags Monaco, who are bankrolled by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev. The 2004 ...
New: Kagawa, ace David Moyes at Man Utd Japanese midfielder could "change your life" coach David Moyes when official guidance "Reds" replace Alex Ferguson in July next. Kagawa was brought to Old Trafford last summer hoping to bring creativity to the United midfield. However, because of not playing regularly, Japanese midfielder has not provided imprint and influence on the gameplay of MU. He's old Kagawa at Dortmund, Jurgen Klopp was very sad because he does not see the importance of the new shirt: "Kagawa is one of the best attacking midfielders world I've ever known. I am very disappointed because Kagawa played just a little at MU. " Kagawa performer in the color of the shirt of Manchester United and Dortmund Team Goals Number of appearances Tectonics Manchester United (2012-2013) 17 6 3 Borussia Dortmund (2011-2012) 29 13 8 If the comparison between Kagawa and Kagawa Dortmund shirt under the red shirt of Manchester United, easily see such a huge difference on the table. With 13 goals and 8 tectonic lin ...
Rooney: I'm A Striker, Not A Midfielder Wayne Rooney has admitted his frustration at being shunted into midfield at Manchester United last season. The England international had been accustomed to being United’s striking talisman, ahead of players like Dimitar Berbatov, Danny Welbeck and Chicharito. Last season however, Robin Van Persie arrived from Arsenal and assumed the number one striker’s position at Old Trafford, and promptly fired United to Premier League glory, finishing as the league’s top scorer for the second campaign in row. To squeeze Rooney into the line-up, Alex Ferguson dropped the Scouser into central midfield, tasking him with playmaking responsibilities. But the 27-year-old blew hot and cold in midfield, and was frequently subbed off in a huff, as he pined for his place at the sharp end of United’s attack. New United manager David Moyes is now faced with the dilemma of where to field Wazza, who already has antipathy towards him after being forced to pay the manager a hefty sum of ...
He is believed to be keen on being themarquee player in the team once again after seeing his status downgraded at Old Trafford last season, while the opportunity for a fresh challenge at an established Champions League club and playing alongside fellow England internationals Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlainis also said to appeal to Rooney. A transfer fee of £20-25million is affordable for Arsenal but the Londoners will have to make Rooney the best-paid player in the club’s history to entice him to Emirates Stadium. He has two years remaining on a United contract worth up to £250,000-a-week and will not accept a drop in salary. Arsenal have employed a tight wage structure in recent years, with their current top earners Theo Walcott and Thomas Vermaelen on around £90,000-a-week. However, the cash-rich North Londoners will be armed with a kitty of up to £100m this summer and have also recently secured lucrative new sponsorship and kit manufacturing contracts with Emirates and Pum ...
Manchester United first-team coach Rene Meulensteen insists he has not left the club, amid speculation he will move to Wigan Athletic. Both Mike Phelan and Eric Steele have left Old Trafford in the wake of Alex Ferguson’s departure as manager with new man David Moyes keen on bringing his own staff in. It had been suggested Meulensteen would be the next to go with the Dutchman linked with a move to the DW Stadium as a replacement for Roberto Martinez, who is close to leaving for Everton. However, Meulensteen told ELF Voetball he was not leaving the club and remained an employee at United. “So far I will report on July 1. I am still under contract at the club,” he said. “I didn’t step down, and also I was not sacked by Manchester United. I am still employed.” Among the names reported to be on Moyes’ wishlist to form his backroom staff are former Everton and United defender Phil Neville and the Scot’s assistant at Goodison Park, Steve Round. After an initial spell at United between 2001 and 2 ...
Real Madrid legends defeat Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford: Sir Alex Ferguson was in attendance for a ma...
All change! Meulensteen latest member of Ferguson's Old Trafford coaching team to seek new challenge
Trio share Treble memories Bayern Munich's triumph in the 2013 Champions League final has brought back memories of the 1999 equivalent fixture for a trio of ex-Manchester United aces. Ronny Johnsen, Teddy Sheringham and Jaap Stam all helped the Reds to beat Bayern 14 years ago today (Sunday) to complete an unprecedented haul of trophies. It's a feat which some, Sir Alex Ferguson included, believe will never be repeated. The trio are all set to play together again next Sunday, 2 June, against a Real Madrid Legends XI at Old Trafford. Tickets are still available for the Red Heart United charity game. "Every year, people start talking about it in January," said Sheringham, who scored United's equaliser in the Camp Nou final and then provided the assist for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's winner. "Once a team gets through the third round of the FA Cup, everyone starts talking about it but they should be saying, 'Whoah, there's a long way to go yet'. "We had a little bit of the rub of the green at the right time and we ...
Manchester United are preparing a bid for Everton’s Marouane Fellaini according to The Mirror. Former Everton boss David Moyes has begun work at Old Trafford following his appointment as successor to Sir Alex Ferguson. Moyes has reportedly identified Fellaini as the man to bring some tenacity to the middle of the Untied midfield and is ready to make a bid for the Belgian player. Click link to read full story...
SPORT NEWS:Premier League. Fergie: Don’t ever call me Boss again — Sir Alex order stuns Manchester United players — Shock speech hours before retirement announced SIR Alex Ferguson stunned Manchester United’s stars by giving them one final order: “Don’t ever call me Boss again.” Fergie, 71 ended his 26-year Old Trafford reign with a thrilling 5-5 draw against West Brom. Joker Sir Alex told United’s players his retirement means they can finally call him all the names they’ve been muttering under their breath for years. He made the quip to players and backroom staff at Old Trafford — along with a plea for them to give their all for his successor. Sir Alex said: “You’ve been fantastic servants to me. We’ve achieved some great things. “And if all that we’ve done together means anything to you, there’s just one thing I’d ask of you all. “After I’ve gone and we bump into each other, I don’t want to hear you call me Boss ever again. “Call me anything but that. Call me wh ...
sir Alex Ferguson exits Old Trafford tunnel for the final time, to a guard of Honour
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The African youth took the opportunity of european championships to know very well the great coach of Manchester United, Alex Ferguson. When he withdrew last may 8, 2013, he let in his mind the souvenir of a man who built a great generation of players.   Alexander Chapman Ferguson from Scotland remains for the youth of Africa the most important personality of England championship and european Champions League. Well dressed like a business manager, he won all record like the manager of the club.   13 titles of England championship and 2 cups of the european Champions League enabled him to remain the mythic coach of the England club who received many great players like David Beckam, Christiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Ryan Giggs or Eric Cantona.   This man who loves eating chewingum during the 90 minutes of the match is very respected in Africa. The african players needs to see him in their continent after his adventure on Old Trafford stadium. With his 72 years old, he has a great experience the african c ...
Spoof of Alex Ferguson delivering his Retirement and Farewell Speech to the Old Trafford crowd following his final home game in charge against Swansea. The b...
Worth a share : Man United's new boss David Moyes is looking forward to work with the new system and new management. He is much awaited at Old Trafford and will be the best successor to Alex Ferguson according to many. Here is a list of David Moyes Achievements with Everton: 1. Joined 2002 . . . . . . . 2. Left 2013
Wayne Rooney took some of the gloss off Alex Ferguson's Old Trafford farewell party on Sunday after the United manager confirmed the striker has asked to leave the club.
Alex Ferguson thanked Manchester United's supporters and urged them to stand behind his successor, David Moyes, after an emotional final home game as manager at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Is that a flag of Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford? Looks more like Dennis Taylor
Guard if Honor for the KING of Old Trafford. Sir Alex Ferguson! Sea of Red at Old Trafford. Emotional day!
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To mark his final game at Old Trafford today, Alex Ferguson will be given a guard of honour, by Dowd, Riley, Foy, Clattenburg and Webb.
Sunday will be Paul Scholes and Alex Ferguson's last game for United at Old Trafford. It's going to be emotional!
For almost 27 years, Old Trafford has witnessed Alex Ferguson venting his anger from the dugout, berating officials, anxiously checking his watch and making celebratory jigs down the touchline.
Tickets to watch Sir Alex Ferguson's last home game at Old Trafford on Sunday are going for up to £1,000. & I would give thrice that amount.
Follow the day's breaking news as Everton boss Moyes signs a six-year contract, beginning his tenure at Old Trafford on July 1
Alex Ferguson, who is standing down as Manchester United boss, took over at Old Trafford in November 1986 after Ron Atkinson was sacked and with the club in the doldrums. The Scot, who played as a striker for Rangers, had established his managerial reputation north of the border with Aberdeen and famously made it his priority to knock Liverpool off their perch.
Old Trafford legend Denis Law: Sir Alex Ferguson is best boss ever.. better than Busby, Shankly & Stein
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My Little Tribute to the Giant Fergie !! 6 November 1986 : When the man arrived onto a gloomy dispirited Old Trafford.. a once-great club was truly in ruins.. fighting to avoid relegation.. more than 20 years since the last league title.. bitter local rivals Liverpool were sitting on a really high perch.. leading United 18-7.. Blink of an eye and 27 years later.. Lpool still on 18, United 20 and marching relentlessly.. 49 trophies.. 2 European Cups and 13 League titles.. This is a mighty empire now.. where glory is a habit, winning is the least minimum and defeat, a long forgotten friend.. This is the Empire of Manchester United.. ruled by the relentless ruthless winner called Alex Ferguson.. Manchester United today is the most recognised and followed sports brand in the world.. Ofcourse, everybody follows United for the Ronaldos & Rooneys... but anyone who has seen United wud know.. this club and team was all about Fergie.. his passion, his vision, his anger, his hair-dryer, his watch, his non-stop gum, ...
Alex Ferguson will also reward defender Phil Jones with a new deal to keep him at Old Trafford until 2018
LONDON - Cristiano Ronaldo admitted he would be prepared to make a sensational return to Manchester United. Daily Star Sunday reported that Ronaldo has told a senior player at Old Trafford that he would seriously consider that proposition. And United manager Alex Ferguson insisted he will have the b...
ManUtd have only lost 1 of the 39 games played at Old Trafford on a Monday night under Sir Alex Ferguson (20th Apr 1992 v Forest).
Nike to help fund Ronaldo move back to Old Trafford ... This would be a dream come true
Manchester United and Chelsea will replay their FA Cup quarter-final after the Reds squandered a two-goal lead in the sides' meeting at Old Trafford. Goals from Javier Hernandez and Wayne Rooney had a dominant home side two ahead inside 11 minutes, but a second half fightback from the visitors spawned goals from Eden Hazard and Ramires to ensure the sides must meet again at Stamford Bridge. Sir Alex Ferguson's side looked to have buried the tie by the interval, but were punished for a lacklustre second half display as Chelsea deservedly fought their way back into the tie and would have won, but for a stunning last-minute save from David De Gea to deny Juan Mata. Sir Alex Ferguson made just four changes to the side which had exited the Champions League against Real Madrid, with Wayne Rooney, Chicharito, Shinji Kagawa and Jonny Evans returning to the Reds' starting XI. While the pre-match atmosphere at Old Trafford failed to replicate the unyielding din which had soundtracked last Tuesday's tie, it wasn't l ...
BACK PAGE ROUND UP... which storys do you like and why? I like the on e from the STAR about Luca Modric and £30mill.i think they'd be mad to go for this. -ML THE SUN (so its *** --Carlos Tevez could face jail after being nicked for allegedly driving while banned. --Manchester United met with Nike officials on Friday to plot a mega bid for Cristiano Ronaldo. An Old Trafford return would cost at least £65million. --Alex Ferguson is helping Barnsley plot Manchester City's FA Cup downfall. The Manchester United boss has given David Flitcroft tactical advice and allowed the Tykes to use United's training ground. --Branislav Ivanovic has delivered a damning verdict on Chelsea's season of failure and warns that time is running out to stop the rot. ---helsea are interested in £8.5million-rated AC Milan striker M'Baye Niang. ---Rio Ferdinand and John Terry could clash on Sunday for the first time since the Chelsea skipper's race row. THE MIRROR ---Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted there is no rift between him ...
Manchester United will aim to vent their feelings of injustice on holders Chelsea in the FA Cup this weekend after a controversial Champions League exit against Real Madrid on Tuesday torched their hopes of a treble. Alex Ferguson's side have concentrated their firepower on bigger prizes since last lifting the FA Cup for a record 11th time in 2004 when they beat Millwall. But knocking out the club who have won the FA Cup four times in the last six seasons - including the 2007 final when Chelsea beat United in the first final at the re-built Wembley Stadium - would be some consolation. The clash at Old Trafford is the standout match of the quarterfinals which also features the all-Premier League tie between Everton and Wigan Athletic. Manchester City, the 2011 winners, face 1912 winners Barnsley of the Championship and in an all-Championship tie Millwall meet Blackburn Rovers, who knocked out Arsenal in the last round. "We've still got an FA Cup tie and we're still in a commanding position in the league. S ...
THE only thing missing was a Manchester United scarf draped elegantly round Jose Mourinho’s neck. Short of that, the Real Madrid boss couldn’t have delivered a more obvious job application for the manager’s position at Old Trafford on Tuesday night. Signing autographs for fans, commiserating with Alex Ferguson after Nani was sent off and then claiming the best team lost, Mourinho engaged in a massive charm offensive - Steven Howard
Invariably when a player exhausts the patience of Sir Alex, his days at Old Trafford are soon cut short. Just ask Jaap Stam, Roy Keane, Ruud Van Nistelrooy or David Beckham. Rooney be careful with sir Alex ferguson.
Where next for Wayne Rooney? By Eurosport | Pitchside Europe – 9 hours ago Email Manchester United are set to sell Wayne Rooney in the summer, this morning's papers report. The England striker was "furious" about his omission from the starting line-up against Real Madrid, and is no longer considered indispensable by Sir Alex Ferguson. So, where might Rooney end up if he leaves Old Trafford - and how would he look playing for his new club? Manchester City - 4/1 When Rooney held United to ransom a few years back, City were widely seen as the only viable option for the England star. They had the money, and - unlike Lionel Messi's Barcelona or Cristiano Ronaldo's Real Madrid - the space in their team for another mercurial forward. The sky blue kit doesn't exactly accentuate his abs, while Fergie would be loath to sell to his biggest rivals, but if the offer is too good to refuse...
Owen: Rooney short of options if he leaves Manchester United The Red Devils striker has a fractious relationship with Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson, but the Stoke man does not think the 27-year-old has many suitors.
Sir Alex will no doubt be doubly keen to beat Chelsea this Sunday when the London side visit Old Trafford in the FA Cup sixth round. "I felt we were very unlucky to lose the 2007 final. Didier Drogba scored in [almost] the last minute of extra time after we had a very strong penalty shout turned down." – Sir Alex Ferguson United till I die ♥
Ronaldo Hits Back At Ferguson Former Brazil striker Ronaldo said Real Madrid's 2-1 Champions League win over Manchester United on Tuesday served to shut Alex Ferguson's mouth, after the United boss called him 'fat' in the build-up to the game. DETAILS... During Monday's pre-game press conference Ferguson was asked to compare the former Madrid attacker Ronaldo [Luis Nazario de Lima] with his namesake the current Los Blancos star [Cristiano] Ronaldo. The Scot replied that Cristiano was a better all-round player than the "fat, old" Ronaldo, who had scored a hat-trick on Madrid's last visit to Old Trafford in 2003. The Portuguese attacker then did not match that performance during this year's game, looking affected by the emotion of his return to his former club, but still scoring Madrid's winner in a game that hinged on the controversial sending off of United winger Nani early in the second half with home side 1-0 ahead. The Brazilian Ronaldo, 36, retired as a player in 2011 after a long series of knee injur ...
NANI/MAN U TO KNOW FATE ON MARCH 21... Ref Cuneyt Cakir has been let off the hook by UEFA — but Manchester United and Nani face raps. Europe’s governing body had no problem with the Turk’s dismissal of Nani that incensed Old Trafford during Tuesday’s Champions League loss to Real Madrid. And UEFA will now hit the Portugal winger with at least a one-match ban for his straight red card. Rio Ferdinand could also be in trouble for sarcastically clapping in the ref’s face at full-time. A UEFA spokesman said: “We will wait for the official reports of the match delegate and the referee’s observer. If they raise concerns, we will act.” United also face a fine for not fulfilling post-match media commitments, despite boss Alex Ferguson and his players being in a highly-emotional state after being dumped out of the competition. At the final whistle, every club has to provide a member of the coaching staff and two players for ‘flash interviews’ in front of boards featuring the names of Champions L ...
Arrival of Alex Ferguson: 1986–1992 Alex Ferguson joined Manchester United from Aberdeen F.C. on 6 November 1986, the same day that previous manager Ron Atkinson was dismissed, and immediately set about rebuilding the club's youth system. [ 1 ] [ 18 ] In Ferguson's first game in charge, the team lost 2–0 to Oxford United ; his first victory came on 22 November 1986, a 1–0 defeat of Queen's Park Rangers at Old Trafford . On Boxing Day 1987, the team beat Liverpool 1–0 at Anfield – the club's only away league win in a season that saw it finish 11th in the First Division. That summer, Ferguson made his first signings: Viv Anderson from Arsenal, and Brian Mcclair from Celtic. [ 1 ] The following season, Manchester United finished runners-up in the league, nine points behind champions Liverpool, giving supporters cause to be optimistic for next season. [ 1 ] After suffering a number of injuries to first team players in the 1988–89 season , Ferguson introduced some of his youth team players such as ...
Ronaldo's homecoming puts Wayne Rooney firmly in the shade | Barney Ronay Although the Real Madrid star's return was rather subdued, it highlighted how far he has moved past his former colleague When it came, just before kick-off at Old Trafford, the reception for Cristiano Ronaldo ("Welcome back, No7...") was profound and even rather gentle: warm applause that brought a regal wave from the world's most expensive player even as the game began. Whatever the reason – and much has been made of the potentially neutering effects of a concerted dewey-eyed welcome – for the first hour of a brilliantly gripping match that Manchester United would ultimately lose 2-1, exiting the Champions League in the process, Ronaldo seemed to have emerged calibrated several notches below his customary level of extreme menace. Closed down at a sprint by Tom Cleverley and Ryan Giggs whenever he cut inside, and deprived of space in which to gallop and twist by Alex Ferguson's successful suffocation of Real Madrid's great stren ...
Alex Ferguson: "This is what it's all about - a packed Old Trafford, the floodlights on, the pitch glistening and two of the greatest and romantic clubs in the game about to do battle.".Can't wait for tonight. Hopefully United can pull it off!!
Manchester United must not obsess themselves with trying to stop Cristiano Ronaldo when he returns to Old Trafford with Real Madrid on Tuesday, manager Alex Ferguson has warned.
Real Madrid boss Mourinho insists the entire planet will be tuning in when his side take on Man United Most people suggest it will be Ronaldo, scorer of an astonishing 185 goals in 184 games since his £80million move to the Spanish capital. Ten years ago, another Ronaldo arrived at Old Trafford with Real Madrid, scored a hat-trick inside an hour and, with the tie won, departed to a standing ovation. What chance lightning striking twice? That question had gone earlier in the day to Manchester United chief Alex Ferguson, who had said: “I don’t even want to think about it. “Obviously the older Ronaldo, the fatter one, was at his peak at that time as a centre-forward. “This Ronaldo is a supreme athlete, an unbelievable athlete. He never misses a game, has a fantastic physique, two wonderful feet and is great in the air. “They are different types of players. But our main concern is not what happened 10 years ago but what will happen tomorrow. “Certainly, if we go on worrying about what Cristiano c ...
A Shinji Kagawa hat trick helped Manchester United cruise to a comfortable 4-0 Premier League win against Norwich City at Old Trafford, to extend its lead at the summit of the table to 15 points. The win against Chris Hughton’s subdued side never looked in much doubt, with Shinji Kagawa handing the home side a 1-0 lead just before half time after firing home at the near post following Robin Van Persie’s knockdown. Kagawa then added two after the interval, coolly slotting home Wayne Rooney’s selfless pass to quell any hopes of a Norwich comeback before dinking over Mark Bunn to furnish a fluid counterattack with a delightful finish. Rooney put a gloss on the scoreline, smashing in from 25 yards with the game drawing to a close. The result sees Manchester United further stretch its unbeaten run, with Sir Alex Ferguson’s side now 18 games without a loss in all competitions ahead of Tuesday night’s crunch Champions League match with Real Madrid. Sir Alex Ferguson sprung a couple of surprises by leav ...
Alex Ferguson's philosophy is behind the longevity of Manchester United's homegrown players, says Paris St Germain midfielder David Beckham. The former England captain and United player is still active at 37, having joined PSG on a five-month loan at the end of January. Former teammate Phil Neville, 36, plays at Everton and the 39-year-old Ryan Giggs, who started his youth career at Manchester City but ended it at United, is still at Old Trafford after signing his first professional contract there in 1990. "The majority of the Manchester United players who started in the mid 1990s - Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, Paul Scholes and I - are still on the pitch," Beckham told French sports daily L'Equipe on Friday. Butt and Gary Neville have recently started coaching careers at United and England respectively but Scholes returned to the field in January 2012, eight months after calling it quits as he sought to help his club through an injury crisis. "I think it is because Sir Alex Ferguson ...
Football I’d love to join United Ronaldo wants to ‘come home’ TAKE ME HOME ... Ronaldo Exclusive By ANTONY KASTRINAKIS Last Updated: 23rd December 2012 238 Cristiano Ronaldo wants to re-join Manchester United next summer. SunSport can reveal the Former United star wishes to quit Real Madrid and return to Old Trafford, a day after boss Alex Ferguson admitted he would love him back. Ronaldo, 27, has already told pals as well as ex-Red Devils team-mates he wants to “come home”. The bombshell news comes days after Real Madrid were pitted against United in a mouthwatering Champions League tie. But the £80million world record signing admits a deal at the moment seems “impossible” due to the vast sums involved, which Fergie conceded. Ronaldo has fired 170 goals in 169 games since his move to Real in 2009. He has a one BILLION euros get-out clause, which is around £810m, on a deal that has 2½ years left to run. Madrid would want around £122m for their prize asset. But selling him would easily co ...
CHELSEA FOR Europa League!,you ll never walk alone" Hail Senor Benitez. My position at Manchester United depends on two things, Power and Control.- Sir Alex Ferguson. This statement does not apply to RAFA, who has agreed to work in an environment which has poisoned and destroyed a list of managers including many of the best in Europe.following Rafa's outbust and attack on the chelsea fans and the board last night,it was indeed as he pointed out " massive mistake" to give him the peculiar title of interim manager but truly he neither has the power or control at chelsea like the SUPREMO in the dugout at Old Trafford. His power at the club is by definition,weak and temporary, little wonder the players and the fans are not ready to put their guts into playing for him and supporting him. Benitez was doomed to fail at chelsea from day one
The spying gum chewing Alex Ferguson looks lost at Nou Camp! He is watching Barcelona Versus Real Madrid, taking notes and dreaming of beating Ronaldo and co in the return leg of CL at Old Trafford. Consider yourself out of CL, wasting your time and money travelling to Spain Fergie!
Ryan will be Gigg- time manager McDermott backs United legend Ryan Giggs can be the next top boss to come from Manchester United. That is the verdict of Reading manager Brian McDermott, who takes his side to Old Trafford tonight for their FA Cup fifth round clash. After meeting the evergreen Welshman at a coaching course recently, McDermott believes the 39-year-old will be the next United player to conquer the dugout. He said: “I met him recently at Burton. He was doing his pro licence and he has got all the ingredients to be a top manager. “I was really impressed, he came up to me and shook my hand. He is humble and quiet. “I asked him how many medals he had won. “He was very modest and and just said 12. I asked what he did with them all and he said they were in museums. He was a really polite man.” Although he is 51, McDermott is a spring chicken in relation to United boss Alex Ferguson. Having been in the Madejski Stadium hot- seat for three years, the former chief scout has a good record in ...
HARD TACKLE Alex Ferguson hailed United’s Bernabeu heroes and roared: “Now we’ve got a great chance.” Danny Welbeck headed the Red Devils into the lead before Cristiano Ronaldo’s equaliser for Real Madrid. In the meantime, Jose Mourinho warned his old sparring partner Alex Ferguson last night: “We’ll do you at Old Trafford.” The Real Madrid coach was in bullish mood despite United taking a vital goal and a draw home from Spain after a tense battle at the Bernabeu. And he predicted the ‘Clash of the Titans’ would go to the very last kick of the March 5 second leg. QUESTION Does Man United have a clear advantage over Madrid going into the 2nd leg?
Real Madrid v Manchester United (Facts) - Real are unbeaten in their four home matches against Man Utd, winning two and drawing two. - Real have always survived the CL (first) group stage (17 seasons). The last time they stranded in the Last 16 was against Olympique Lyon in 2009/10. - José Mourinho will face Alex Ferguson for the 15th time. Mourinho has won six of the previous 14 meetings, Ferguson won only twice (after 120 minutes). Ferguson has never beaten Mourinho in an away match. Both Ferguson’s wins came at Old Trafford. - Manchester have conceded 299 goals in all European competitions. UK!
Ferguson fined over linesman criticism. LONDON, Feb 8, 2013 (AFP) - Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has been fined for misconduct after implying that a linesman was biased during the club's recent match with Tottenham, the Football Association said on Friday. The governing body said an independent regulatory commission had ordered the Old Trafford boss to pay 12,000 pounds ($19,000, 14,000 euros) for his post-match comments about assistant referee Simon Beck on January 20. Ferguson denied the charge and requested a hearing, but he was found to have been in breach of FA Rule E3, which governs "technical area occupants and tunnel incidents". He made the comments in the immediate aftermath of the 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane and was angry that United were not given a penalty for a foul on Wayne Rooney midway through the second half. Spurs went on to *** a late equaliser. Ferguson claimed that United had "history" with Beck following the official's failure to rule that a Didier Drogba goal for Chels .. ...
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Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson has been credited with an interest in bringing Papastathopoulos to Old Trafford, as he continues his search for a long-term successor for Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic.
The Stoke City boss Tony Pulis pulled off one of the best transfer coups in January by securing the up-and-coming England keeper Jack Butland for just 4 million from Birmingham, and can now rest happy that they will be making a massive profit in the summer when the much improved Asmir Begovic is set to be moving on to better things. The Man United boss Alex Ferguson is already set to bid around 15 million for the big Bosnia n and can see him taking over as the main man at Old Trafford until David De Gea manages to iron out the weaknesses in his game. But Arsene Wenger was treated to a first hand display of genius from Begovic in the hard fought win against Stoke, when the Bosnian continually dealt with anything that the Arsenal strikers could throw at him
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said Ashley Young "is on the road back" from injury and should be fit for next month's Champions League games against Real Madrid. Young, 27, suffered a knee injury in United's win over Liverpool at Old Trafford two weeks ago, but it had originally been thought he could have returned at Tottenham last Sunday. Is this good news or bad news? -Soccerman17
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson thinks that Rio Ferdinand has the ability to emulate Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes by playing well into his late thirties at Old Trafford. -YF
GiveMeFootball wrote: [VIDEO] Sir Alex Ferguson says only time will tell if new signing Wilfried Zaha will be a success at Old Trafford!
Manchester United vs Real Madrid Manchester United will play Real Madrid for the first time since that game in 2003, when a Ronaldo hat-trick earned a standing ovation from the home crowd at Old Trafford as it sent the hosts out despite a 4-3 victory.That game is dripping with historical significance because it provoked Alex Ferguson to finally destroy that great Manchester United side, but this one will be important for another matter: Cristiano Ronaldo.This also gives us a managerial match-up of Sir Alex Ferguson vs. Jose Mourinho - the last time, Ferguson prevailed by defeating Mourinho's Internazionale on the way to the final. This time, things could be different. Do not miss the hottest match of the Round 16. Your Favourite Team more... [Chelsea Tickets] [Inter Milan Tickets] [Manchester United Tickets] [Tottenham Hotspur Tickets] [Real Madrid Tickets] [Juventus Tickets] [AC Milan Tickets] [SS Lazio Tickets] [Manchester City Tickets] [Liverpool Tickets] [Arsenal Tickets] [AS Roma Tickets] [FC Barcel ...
Stewart Downing believes Liverpool can take heart from their second-half showing at Old Trafford - but admitted they paid the price for a first period in which their showed Manchester United too much respect. "In the end we're disappointed that we didn't take anything out of the game. We should have got a draw," Downing told the Liverpool Echo. "We probably let them control it in the first half. We sat back too much and just let them have the ball too much. "We showed United too much respect. The manager stressed at half-time that we needed to push on and put them under pressure more when they had the ball. "He said if we could get at them they would tire and we would get chances. We did that and you saw that in the second half we played further up the pitch. "I thought in the second half our performance was really good. Certainly for the last 20 minutes we had them pegged right back. "You could sense that their fans were getting edgy and Alex Ferguson was shouting a lot of instructions. We had them rattl ...
Alex Ferguson has not lost a game at Old Trafford when he has been leading at half time. He has been there since 1986.
All United fans pls read this ! It's bout Mr Liverpool !!! Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard insists he would not own up if he scored a handball goal that helped beat Manchester United on Sunday. Suarez scored with his hand as Liverpool dumped Mansfield out of the FA Cup last week, and although the incident attracted plenty of debate, the England captain says he would do the same. “Look, I’m not going to lie to you - of course I celebrate. “I can’t sit here and claim I would run to the linesman or referee and say, 'I’ve hand-balled it' at Old Trafford. "What would Wayne Rooney do? “What did [then-Manchester United keeper] Roy Carroll do years ago when the ball was four yards over the line? "I never saw Alex Ferguson or Carroll run to the referee or linesman and say it was over the line, did you?” “It’s football. These things happen. You don’t go out to intentionally hand-ball and I don’t think Luis did. You could tell by the way he kicked the ball into the net - he was waiting for the ...
In the late 1980s, when Alex Ferguson arrived at Old Trafford, all-conquering Liverpool would typically have a 20-point lead on their rivals by January. But since then, things have shifted dramatically.
Transfer Talks: Sir Alex Ferguson still wants Ashley Cole to join Frank Lampard at Old Trafford. SunSport reported yesterday how the Manchester United boss will make a summer move for Lampard. Full-back Cole, 32, is also firmly in Ferguson’s sights and both players are out of contract at the end of the season. Do you want to see Lampard and Cole playing with Manchester United?
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