Alex Ferguson often referred to as “Sir Alex” was banned recently from attending a football match played between Manchester United and Fulham. Doctor recommended him to refrain himself from watching the match as a precaution.
The Scottish manager suffered a brain hemorrhage a few months ago but has made an unbelievable recovery in a very short span of time. But he is yet to recover completely from the mishap. Because of the hemorrhage which he suffered in May, he was told not to see and attend the match in which the Manchester United vanquished Fulham on the evening of Saturday. Read More
Dimitar Berbatov opines that Tottenham Hotspurs badly need a title now, having developed greatly over the years. The player played at White Hart Lane until his Deadline Day switch to Man United in 2008.
“Spurs are a better team that when I was there. But don’t forget we won the [League Cup in 2008] then. Now they have a new training ground, they are building a new stadium, have good players….the only thing missing is a cup,”the player said. Read More
English Premier League side Arsenal are reportedly set to swoop in and seal the deal for Marouane Fellaini as the midfielder refuses a new deal at Old Trafford. The Red Devil star rejected the terms of a new deal United offered.
The 29-year old Belgian is still happy with continuing with the Manchester-based outfit but his deal lapses next summer. United boss Jose Mourinho reportedly doesn’t mind that the deal runs down rather than offering better terms or selling him in January.
On June 3 of 2017, Real Madrid made history as they overcame Juventus in the finals of the UEFA Champions League as the Spanish club became the very 1st club to defend the prestigious European title.
Real Madrid had already previously won the UEFA Champions League title during the season of 2015-16 and did once again in the following season.
Being able to accomplish this historic achievement is something monumental but Sir. Alex Ferguson believes that Real Madrid is far from done as the icon of Manchester United is certain that ZinedineZidane will continue to do record breaking things as the head coach of Real Madrid.
“You have to understand how good Real Madrid is now. They’re a mature team, they’ve been together for three, four, five years all of their players together. It gives them great continuity and understanding of the roles they’ve all got to play. It’s a real team” Read More
Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho wants to emulate the legacy set by former coach Alex Ferguson at the club. The Portuguese manager claims he wants to remain at Old Trafford for the next 15 years.
Mourinho is set to continue his second year of work on the team following the disappointments and subsequent sack of David Moyes and Louis van Gaal. The two-time Chelsea boss lifted the Community Shield, EFL Cup and Europa League in his first year and many more titles are expected as he continues. Read More