On 11th of June 2009, Manchester United accepted a bid from Real Madrid that saw Christiano Ronaldo head for Spain. After developing under legendary manager Alex Ferguson, the Portuguese decided that it was time to move on and the Reds had no choice but to let him go.
Since the resignation of the great Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager back in 2013, the story of Manchester United has been laced with more downs than ups with the club struggling in its fight to claim silverwares. Since Ferguson's retirement, 2016/2017 remains United's best season as the club amassed three silverwares (the Community Shield, the Carabao cup and the Europa League title).
I came across these four records in the football history and it got me to wonder who amongst these current players and coaches can break these records. Records are created everyday by different players and coaches in football world but yet these four records have not be broken after it was set by the individuals.
The success and ability of a manager of a football club is measured upon the amount of trophies he/she has won over the course of their career. This is why many people regard Sir Alex Ferguson as the greatest manager of all time because of the success of the Scott at Manchester United.
Former Arsenal Manager, Arsene Wenger has praised fellow countryman N'golo Kante after his laudable performance in the UCL Final match between Chelsea and Manchester City in Porto. Arsene Wenger who has been off the managerial role for about five seasons now, had a couple of things to say while he was making comments in the match during a podcast.The highly respected manager, is one of the greatest Premier League managers after Sir Alex Ferguson and his words of encouragement surely would mean a lot to N'golo Kante.
Nemanja Vidic is a former Manchester United defender who is a legend of the club and the Premier League as well. Alongside Rio Ferdinand, he was one half of one of the most formidable center back pairing in Premier League history. In total, Nemanja Vidic won five Premier League titles with Manchester United.
Sir Ferguson left the game in a very different state than he found it. Here's our pick of Sir Alex Ferguson's ten greatest ever quotes. (1) "Football is bloody hell" ( After United's dramatic champions league victory over Bayern Munich in 1999).
A number of veteran players have captained Manchester United in the past. Sir Alex Ferguson made Robson the first Manchester United captain in the Premier League era. Robson scored 41 goals and provided three assists in 183 appearances for Manchester United. Robson handed the captain's armband to Steve Bruce in 1994.
Manchester United was founded in 1878 and have so far employed 22 full-time managers. in this article, I am going to show you the top 5 best managers in Manchester United. (1) Sir Alex Ferguson Ferguson is the longest-serving and most successful person to manage Manchester United.
Before Ferguson There Was Busby, The Man Who Reformed Man United And Gave Them Their First UCL Title
Records are always there to speak for themselves, and no matter how readily people forget things, Record will one day bring back the memories. When people are asked who is the greatest Manchester United coach, the answer is usually Alex Ferguson, who won so many titles at the club that he won the hearts of many Manchester United fans.
Here is a review of each of the 8 finals Manchester United has played in since Alex Ferguson left the club
Ever since Manchester United's greatest ever manager, Sir Alex Ferguson left the club, the club has not been the same. Since the departure of their most successful manager in 2013, the red devils have appeared in 8 finals in 8 years. We take a look at how the club performed in each of these finals.
The dream of every club Manager in Europe and beyond is to win the Champions League. Champions League is the most competitive league in the history of football because it allows different league champions to challenge themselves. In today's article, we'll be looking at managers who won the Champions League from 1993 to 2021.
In only his 5th season in English football, Pep Guardiola has clearly shown his dominance with 3 Premier League titles coupled with numerous other domestic trophies. Taking over a team that finished 4th in 2015/16, Guardiola led Man City to a third place finish in 2017 before setting an English record the next season by becoming the only coach to have guided a club to 100 points in the Premier League.
“David de Gea could save the Titanic.” These words from dumbfounded Arsenal fans after Man United’s 1-3 win at the Emirates in 2017 will forever be immortalised. That was the game that cemented de Gea’s position as the best goalkeeper in the world if there was any doubt before.
Today, the finals of the UEFA Champions League UCL between two English teams, Manchester City and Chelsea will be played and new record would be set. Pep Guardiola could be the first manger in history to win a treble twice and second manager in England to have won a treble should his team Manchester City win.
The game of football is a great game that always makes history repeat itself all the time. Below are five out of the many footballers whose parents were also great footballers. 1. Alex Ferguson and Darren Ferguson Sir Alex Ferguson is a popular football figure in the history of football all over the world.
English premier league Champion, Manchester City manager Josep Pep Guardiola has today been announced as the Premier League Manager of the season for the third time. The Spaniard manager has been exceptional for the Cityzen since his arrival at the club some years back, having been breaking series of record both in their domestic top-flight league and European competition.
1. Happy Birthday to Sergio Kun Aguero. His historical moment at Manchester City can never be forgotten. Sir Alex Ferguson will find it hard to forgive him for his late goal that denied United the EPL title in 2012. 2. 3. 4. 5.
The English Premier league today announced its winner for the 2020/2021 manager of the season and it was Manchester City's coach Pep Guardiola. The manager who won the premier league title last season was nominated alongside Manchester United Coach Ole Gunner Solskjaer, Leeds Coach Marcelo Biesla, Breden Rodgers of Leicester, and WestHam United coach David Moyes for the award but he came out top.
The table above, shows The mangers that has coached the Manchester United team after Sir Alex Ferguson retired as their head coach. These managers are great European managers and they have in one way or the other managed the team. Sir Alex Ferguson is the best European coach who won the most trophy when he was a coach.