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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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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