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Manchester United: Sir Alex Ferguson returns to training ground



New Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played at Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford

Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has been to the club's training center for the first time since suffering from a brain injury.

Ferguson, 77, third former fight and actuary police manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Carrington on Saturday.

The Scot did not visit training sessions with David Moyes and Louis van Gaal's director, but was recorded by Jose Mourinho.

"He enjoyed his time at the training zone," said Solskjaer.

"He had some beautiful chats with the staff and he encouraged us."

The United States won all three Premier League games since Solskjaer, 45, was named the end of the season to Mourinho's again on December 18.

Mike Phelan, Ferguson's former assistant, is back to the backroom team, while Michael Carrick, a Ferguson player in 2006, signed up for the coaching staff.

Ferguson signed Solskjaer from Molde in 1996 and made the Norwegian reserve team boss after playing in 2007.

Solskjaer, who won the Champions League, six Premier League titles and two FA Cups at United, said: "I had him 15 years and he affected me more in that 15 years if he did last week, but I keep him informed.

"He knows that Manchester United's staff is through and through. He knows we're doing what we can, until the last second is" & # 39; we're here for the club. "

The most successful director in the history of British football, Ferguson won 38 trophies in & # 39; e 26 years old at United prior to 2013.

He had 5 May surgery and spent a few days in intensive care. In July he has been open for the first time since the operation.

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United have 12 goals in Solskjaer & # 39; s three games at & # 39; made a height.

They are trying Newcastle on Wednesday, after a month with Alexis Sanchez to cope with a dog injury.

The international Chile was disappointed in Arsenal's Arsenal and Solskjaer in January 2018 defeating his request to play in a 4-1 home game against Bournemouth.

He said: "Alexis was in cold trouble and wanted to visit Bournemouth, but it was too early for him.

"He'll be involved with Newcastle, though, and he watches that he had a few silver sessions in the last few days and scores a few nice goals, that's stimulating."


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