The legendary former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson once asked his team members to closely listen to the furious Liverpool dressing room conversation after they beat their opponent at Anfield in 1997. Former Manchester United star Ronny Johnsen recalled the incident by stating that Manchester United and Liverpool were both contesting for the title, but because of Ferguson, Manchester United was able to win the match. Manchester United smashed Liverpool’s hopes of claiming the Premier League trophy when they won the match with 3-1. If Manchester United had lost the match that night, Liverpool would have gone up to the top of the leaderboard with only three matches remaining.
After the end of the match, Sir Alex asked his players to pay attention to what Liverpool manager Roy Evans was saying in the team’s dressing room. According to Roy Evans, he enjoyed eavesdropping on the conversation. Now with 27 wins in the Knockouts in the Champions League, Pep Guardiola is a rank above Sir Alex Ferguson in Knockout stages and the manager with most Knockout wins. Before the match, Pep Guardiola was tied on 27 wins with Carlo Ancelotti, Jose Mourinho, and Sir Alex Ferguson.
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Sir Alex Ferguson, the former boss of Manchester United and Arsene Wenger the ex-Arsenal manager had a ferocious competition. The legendary and the most respected former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson recently said that he loved the competition with Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger.
Ferguson shared his view in an interview with a leading new channel at the time when Wenger was recognized by the named a ‘Legend of Football’ at the annual Nordoff Robbin’s charity award dinner. He quoted, “I really enjoyed or I can say I loved the competition opposite you. The match was very close and watching it live was a great experience. We had great times together and it is wonderful that you are getting this award here. So all I say is good luck and my blessing is always with you and will be with you”.
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Wayne Rooney makes a crafty dig at the former manager of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson as he names Louis van Gaal to be the best coach that he has worked with in his career. The forward player from DC United had played under Ferguson for 9 years and has won 8 prime honors in the trophy-laden period with Scot. Van Gaal had become a part of Manchester United after the retirement of Ferguson but he had been sacked 2 years later leaving the supporters with a horrifying brand of football. Rooney had been the captain of the club under the Dutch player.
However, he struggled to make it to the top form and had been moved to midfield. This was like an acceptance that the days of forwarding had come to an end. However, the thirty-three-year-old player has claimed that Van Gaal had been the best coach ever that he has worked with and he says that he is going to use his tactics when he becomes the manager. Rooney says that till now Van Gall is the best coach that he has worked with. The tactical skills that he uses the manner in which he prepared and the attention that he gave to even the minute details were amazing. Rooney says that he admired him and didn’t ever look at things like that previously.
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Manchester United face Barcelona in a crucial clash in the Champions League Quarter Finals. United was able to pull off a dramatic victory at PSG in the round of 16 clash at Parc De Prince.
However, Barcelona poses a different task for United as the Spanish champions are more potent in their attack. Boasting the likes of Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi in the attack United is likely to face a barrage of assault on their defence in both legs.
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Former Manchester United defender Rafael da Silva believes that new Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing a great job at the moment. He said that he has successfully motivated a team that was underperforming and has allowed them to get back into contention for a place in the Champions League.
Rafael da Silva said that the team was not playing well under Jose Mourinho and it is clear that there were some players that were not enjoying themselves on the pitch. He said that players such as Paul Pogba are different under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and that they are full of confidence.
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The staff of Salford Royal hospital had an accusation of eyeing Sir Alex Ferguson’s records when he was being treated for the brain hemorrhage. The medical facility later apologized for the spying. After a collapse in his home located in Cheshire in the month of May, he was taken to Salford hospital in an emergency where an emergency surgery was performed on him.
Ferguson is a renowned Scot manager in the history of football for British. Before joining United, he had a record winning of a total of 11 trophies. When he attended the Manchester United’s game at Old Tradoff, he was given a warm ovation by the fans. It was his first comeback to the stadium after the crucial surgery. Even while he was admitted to the Salaford Royals’s, he received thousands of letters, emails, texts etc.
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Sir Alex Ferguson is the man who has 13 Premier League title in his name along with five FA Cup and two UCL for Manchester United is now coming back to Old Trafford in the game opposite Wolves. He was welcomed by his fans with a standing ovation while playing his first game at Old Trafford. This is his first game after having the surgery of brain in May. His last game was with Red Devils, when the team played opposite Arsenal in April 2018, before undergoing the brain surgery.
According reports in the media he said: “Obviously, I am good, thought it was a long journey, but finally I have recovered from all and good. Well, to be honest, I am a bit nervous and tense, playing after such long time. My last game was back in April with Arsenal. It is a long duration, but overall it is a great feeling to be back on the game, and I am hoping we will get a win here today.”
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Fleetwood manager Joey Barton believes Sean Dyche can build up his reputation like Sir Alex Ferguson by staying put with Burnley. Dyche has done a credible job to transform the Clarets into a top-half Premier League outfit and Barton feels the former Watford centre-back has the credentials to stay for the long-term.
Speaking to reporters, he said: “He’s a top class British manager, the best that I’ve worked with. He’s outstanding. There’s not a whole plethora of those about at this moment in time. He’s somebody that has worked his way up the levels, he’s added really good core values to his group. I don’t think there are that many top class managers out there. There aren’t 50 or 60 of them, there are probably 10/15 of them. He [Dyche] can become the Sir Alex Ferguson of Burnley. Maybe that’s what he wants. I think it should be embraced for as long as it can.” Continue reading “Joey Barton: Sean Dyche can become Burnley’s Sir Alex”
There are sensational reports in England that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is willing to overhaul his squad come this summer. His well-documented row with France international Paul Pogba could see the pair split this summer even as one of his former stars Zlatan Ibrahimovic exits now.
The Portuguese coach is under serious pressure to perform. He won the Europa League last term but he used to see it as a second tier title in the past. He won the league with Chelsea in 2015 but he is under more pressure to win big with United, considering how huge his expenses have been. Continue reading “Mourinho To Overhaul Squad Again”
Ji Sung Park had an incredible footballing career becoming the first Korean player to play for Manchester United and appearing at three World Cups.
However, the one-time Champions League winner believes, despite all the hard work he put as a pro, that he is about to start his biggest challenge yet and that is to try to help guide South Korea to the very top of football.
What Park hung up his boots in 2014 it was expected that he would make the transition into management having played under big-name bosses such as Guus Hiddink and Sir Alex Ferguson but he says working under them took him on a different journey.
Instead of taking the head coaching position with South Korea he decided to take the reins of the country’s youth development. The Koreans are historically the best performing Asian side at the World Cups and its premier clubs have won the most continental club trophies but there are big concerns regarding the future of football there.
“The reason that Korea has been a strong nation in Asia was because we produced strong young players,” Park said.
“These days people can’t see this, and so there is a feeling of crisis.”
This feeling has led to much debate within the game in Korea as to how to better the system of developing youth talent.
Cha Bum Keun, South Korea’s former head coach and the player who successfully negotiated the European leagues before Park has a view that the country should follow the German way of developing talent.
“South Koreans don’t give up easily and have the strength to fight until the end,” he said.
“They are also similar to Germans fighting spirit, and that’s why I believe German football is suitable for us.”
For now, the Korean focus is all about the World Cup next year in Russia but it will be interesting to see how they develop in years to come.