Just In: Alex Ferguson returns to United dugout
It has been reported that legendary manager Alex Ferguson will return to Manchester United dugout for the first time since he retired in 2013 for a Charity game to mark the 20th anniversary of the club’s Treble win.
Alex Ferguson is expected to lead a side that consist of United legends to face the Bayern Munich legends that were defeated by the Red Devils in 1999 Champions League.
The game which will take place on May 26, exactly 20 years to the night the Red Devils will be made to raise funds for Manchester United Foundation.
The Legendary manager has expressed delight in having such an opportunity to be at the Old Trafford again as it brings back the good old memories.
He added that he will be catching up with some old and familiar faces which makes it a desirous outing.
Alex Ferguson is no doubt the best manager the Red Devils have ever had and they have not been able to replace the legendary boss with his successors finding it difficult to replicate his success at the club.
The latest is Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho who was shown the way out having leading the team through to one of their worst starts in the club history.