Manchester United season has been one of two tales, with the squad which seemed incapable of winning games before November looking rejuvenated. The Arrival of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has played largely to this but one major key has been the return of the team to the Manchester United way.
This style of football was cultivated during Sir Alex Ferguson tenure at United and lasted 26 years filed with all trophies imaginable. However United made mistakes post-Ferguson, firstly appointing David Moyes who looked below par.
Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has his seat on hold at Old Trafford ahead of the club’s game against Leicester City in the season opener. The Red Devils will host the Foxes on August 10 when the season kicks off. The club is hoping Ferguson would be well enough to attend the opener.
The legendary coach suffered a stroke in May but he has recovered. He made his first appearance this week since the potentially fatal incident. He was featured in a video message where he thanked NHS staff for their efforts in saving his life.