If there is one thing Sir Alex had at Manchester United during his later years, it was the pull-power to drag players of top quality to his Manchester United team. With the quality of legacy, the Scot built at United established an empire that would be envied by any top manager in the world.
The extraordinary pull-power that came with the empire was incredible enough to entice any player and they would of course want to have a taste of the trophy successes that were enjoyed at Manchester United at the time.
Following the sad news that broke on Monday night of the passing of Liverpool legend Gerard Houllier, Sir Alex Ferguson has poured out an emotional tribute.
The cause of the former Liverpool manager’s death remains unknown, but a host of current and former players have all paid tribute to the legend. Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard, Jurgen Klopp, Didi Hamann, Phil Thompson, and even different clubs joined the footballing world to pour out condolences following Houllier’s demise.
Sir Alex Ferguson is a Manchester United legend well known for his great achievements while he was the boss at Old Trafford. But surprisedly he was also known for his fiery anger.
Ferguson’s anger could also be seen in his competitive personality at Old Trafford, where he enjoyed a long spell of success while handling the club. He won a total of 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups, and 2 Champions League trophies. The rage of the former coach was always felt in the dressing room, especially if a player or the team was poor on the field. But a press officer has recently made it known that his anger usually goes beyond the players.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has stated that his old side need to make a decision between Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish.
This is coming out amid transfer interest for Sancho and Grealish of Borussia Dortmund and Aston Villa respectively. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has declared on more than one occasion that the two players are top quality and the club are open to potential deals for the duo.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to Bruno Fernandes combining with Paul Pogba in the centre of the park when the season resumes after the coronavirus shutdown. Fernandes made the mid-season move to the Red Devils from Sporting and he has since made an instant impact with three goals and four assists from nine outings.
In the same period, Pogba has been on the sidelines recovering after an ankle surgery but he is expected to be fit when the season resumes. In a recent interview with Sky Sports, Solskjaer said that he has no doubts why Fernandes and Pogba can’t succeed together on the playing field, he told:
“Good players can always play together, so definitely they can… it’s a big yes. I’ve got Scott (McTominay), Fred, Nemanja (Matic).
The 2019-20 Premier League campaign is getting to the business end of the season, so is the Fantasy Football league. Players are looking forward to the grand finale of another Explosive Fantasy football league season. Liverpool have taken the initiative and despite their setback during the weekend, a 3-0 comprehensive defeat at Watford, they are still on course to win their maiden English premier league title.
They are 22 points ahead of second placed Manchester City having played a game more. It is safe to say that the race for the title is almost over as it is a matter of when and not if for Liverpool. But the race to make Europe next season is where the real fight lies. From Manchester United who occupied the 5th position to Arsenal in 10th, they all have a realistic target of making the top 4 and qualify for the UEFA champions league or at least the top 6 and qualify for the Europa league.
Arsenal are rumoured to have eyes on young talents, Gabriel Magalhaes of Lille and Feyenoord teenager, Orkun Kokcu ahead of a summer strengthening strategy.
The Gunners’ only January signings came in the form of loans for Pablo Mari and the injured Cedric Soares, but new manager Mikel Arteta is expected to put more of a stamp on the club ahead of next season as he looks to transform an underachieving squad.
Most players spend their whole lives around big moments yet manage to miss out. Zlatan Ibrahimovic for example never won the UEFA Champions League but he played for Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Barcelona and Manchester United.
Even the great Steven Gerard left the beautiful game without any Premier League winners’ medal.
Former Vitesse left-back Alexander Buttner spent only two seasons in Manchester yet has that which eluded Gerard throughout his career.
Manchester United gaffer Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has admitted that the club has a problem. Game after game, the fans were left disappointed. With the latest result at Newcastle United, the manager has admitted there are problems.
The Magpies sit second bottom at the log but there were real concerns ahead of the game, and United proved their detractors right by losing the game comfortably. The draw at Den Haag saw OGS claim he was pleased with the result despite no shot on target from the Red Devils. Even with the loss at West Ham, he was yet positive but following the poor run at St James Park, he knows a Top Four spot might prove elusive this term.
It has been revealed now that Sir Alex Ferguson, the Man UTD’s legend mastered the art of man-management in the midst of smashed glasses, angry wives and drunk clients at a rough Glasgow pub, in a fresh biography name Bottled written Benjamin Roberts which is all about long association of football with football. In the biography Robert has written how Fergie master the art of removing the culture of drinking at Man UTD.
Fergie has been one of the best managers in football after winning trophies in compare to others and this includes two Champions Leagues and 13 Premier League titles. Fergie was known for discipline he use to maintain discipline in his team as well as his hair dryer treatment and his ability to put arms round players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Eric Cantona.