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    A Leeds Rugby League player remembers going to spend a day with MUFC, along with his team-mates ... and they loved it ...


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    Matt Adamson

    “I penned a letter to Sir Alex Ferguson saying how I really wanted to establish a strong culture at the Rhinos,”

    “I wanted to spend a day where we could listen, look and learn how people behave in that professional environment down at Carrington where Manchester United train.

    “I went to Gary Hetherington and asked if I could try organise it and see if I could take the guys down there as a bit of a surprise. He said yeah and to just check with Daryl, who was fine with it, so I wrote the letter to Sir Alex.

    “I’ll never forget because it was only about two days later when I came home and the wife asked me ‘Who’s Alex?’ She said that there was a message on the family email from Alex and I said ‘I don’t have a clue who Alex is, you tell me.’

    “So I went on the computer and there is this letter from Alex Ferguson saying we would love to have another professional sporting team come down. He put me in touch with their operations manager Clive Snell and said he will take charge of everything.

    “Sir Alex said you can’t obviously train with us but you can listen, learn and tour the stadium, so I went to Daryl and Gary and said ‘I’ve got everything going but can we tell the boys we are going go-karting?’ We wanted to make it a bit of a surprise.”

    “I’ll never forget it, big Barrie McDermott said ‘bloody hell Adamson what we going to Manchester for, there is go-karting in Pontefract!’ Some of the lads were really excited for go-carting but as the trip wore on down the M62, you could feel the tension on the bus and some of the lads were questioning what the hell what was happening.

    “I said to Daryl that when we get close I will get up and make the announcement because as soon as we turned in towards Carrington they were going to smell a rat. So we are about 20 minutes away, I got up and said ‘sorry boys I have told you a bit of a furphy, I just want to let you know we are not going go-karting today, we’re off to spend the day with Manchester United.’

    “Well the boys went berserk, I’ll never forget Danny McGuire and Robbie Burrow were big Leeds United fans and the whole bus just starts going nuts. Then we turn up at the training ground and of course the first thing you see is all their cars, the boys weren’t even worried about going to look at the training centre, they just wanted to look at the cars.”

    “There was all the introductions and we went in the cafeteria and Sir Alex was in there. He welcomed me in and took me into his office. He said ‘I really take my hat off to you for taking the initiative and trying to improve your club.’ He just made me feel like a million dollars and you could see why people love playing for him because that’s how he made you feel.

    “We went out into the training area where the boys were and out they all came, and they were all great. The likes of Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, they all stopped and had a yarn with us and David Beckham was there at the time too. It was just an incredible experience and the players were just like us, they were just blokes who had a craft and did their job. We hung out afterwards as well, it was a great day for the club.”

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    Berbatov thinks MUFC should be allowed to loan another player if they lose Ighalo


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    "If a team is losing a loan player because of the situation, the federation should allow a team to get someone else because of the situation. If Ighalo goes, United should be allowed to get a replacement.

    "They are in a great place going into this final part of the season and they have a great chance of getting top four, but it will be very difficult as no one wants to join for nine games.

    "The best scenario is for them to come to an agreement to keep Ighalo for the few games, otherwise they will lose out on a player that can score goals in the race for the top four."

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    Denis Irwin remembers that Champions League treble win


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    “That night we were missing our two best players in Keano and Scholesy. That was a huge handicap for us. You’re missing your driving force, your cleaner-upper in midfield, in Roy, and Scholesy was the perfect team-mate, who could create and score.

    "So the manager had to re-jig the whole team, and we didn’t know what the side would be. Teddy played really well when he came on in the FA Cup final, and had a chance of playing. David May played in that final too and had a chance of starting, with Ronny Johnsen going into midfield.

    “So the manager had a dilemma, but it worked out in the end, moving Becks into the middle, bringing Nicky Butt in, putting Jesper Blomqvist on the left and Giggsy on the right.

    “But it was pure desire and drive that got us there – and we knew we could score. It was a great night with a great group of lads, and a huge squad effort the whole season. You don’t just need a fantastic side, you need a really good back-up as well, which is what got us over the line.”

    “When we won it, I think it was a relief, because we’d been trying for four or five years, in 1999 we’d gone through a tough group stage and really tough quarter-finals and semi-finals against Inter Milan and Juventus. In the final we came up against a great Bayern side. We didn’t play well but battled away and got the luck we deserved.

    “It was an incredible 10 days, winning the Premier League, the FA Cup and then finishing off with the Champions League.

    “Will it ever be done again? Every now and again someone comes close, and I think that shows how hard it is to win them all in one season. I’m just glad we’ve still got that honour.”

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    Ole thinks players will need time to practice playing in a team again


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    “I think when we start training in full groups, of course we need a bit of time to gel again, but they’re mentally ready and physically they look okay too.”

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    Ole points out that footballers want to play football


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    “That’s what you do when you’re a footballer, you just want to play football. Of course, the first step now has been coming together, obviously in small groups, but they’ve enjoyed that.

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    Ole likes that the MUFC players have kept themselves fit in lockdown, with support from the MUFC coaches


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    “The players have been looking after themselves. They’ve done well. Charlie [Owen] the fitness coach, Kieran [McKenna], Michael [Carrick] and Martyn [Pert] have been on to them all the time. They’ve not had many days off!

    “There have been video calls and of course the last couple of weeks they’ve been stepping it up.”

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    A Nigerian team-mate of Ighalo thinks the player deserves to stay at MUFC


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    Moses Simon

    "If the Manchester United deal can be sealed permanently, not just a loan deal, I think it will be good for for his football, his family and for Nigeria football,"

    "Odion Ighalo has proved to be a good striker in Man Utd in the few games he played.

    "It will be good for Nigeria football to see Ighalo succeed at Old Trafford. He has shown good qualities of succeeding already."

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    Wan-Bissaka's old coach is impressed by how well MUFC have developed the player


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    Colin Omogbehin

    "You would have put your house on him progressing as an attacking player and having a career in the game,"

    "But instead he's ended up being a fantastic right-back and with his one versus one defending. In terms of that, I've not seen a player like this for many years."

    "I think MUFC have been doing a fantastic job in getting that out of him.

    "Before the virus you started to see him get a lot more in the final third, getting crosses in, going past people - something he can bring to the table.

    "But ultimately he's a defender and he'll defend first. And he's fantastic at that, he's world class at one v one defending.

    "I think he can be the complete full-back. The expectation from MUFC full backs from the past is always to go and join in the final third when they're attacking, so he will suit the style that Manchester United want and expect from their full-backs.

    "So yes over the next few years I think he can develop into the complete full-back."

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    Luke Shaw feels safe being back at training


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    "Now obviously we’re waiting for the clubs to have their meeting and hopefully bring us good news about a return to full training. That’s what we’re all looking forward to. We’re all very excited and hoping that the meeting goes smoothly. I think everyone feels really safe at our training ground because the club has gone to huge lengths to make it that way, and everything has been followed to the letter. We’re even more excited because we feel ready and confident for the season to restart"

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    "I like what Ole is doing. He has a nice feel at the club and I think he has steadied the ship and things are going in the right direction, but they are still a long, long way off challenging for the championship."

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    The ref from that Champions League final treble win, remembers the game


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    Pierluigi Collina

    “I can’t believe 21 years have passed since that game,”

    “It was a definitely a memorable night… mainly for the last three minutes!

    “Otherwise the match was not that great, it was a normal match, if you can say the Champions League final is a normal match.

    “But with the three minutes of stoppage time and the two goals scored, and the trophy going from one side to another side, it made that final the ultimate final in the history of the Champions League.

    “Until 90 minutes I thought Bayern Munich were going to win, they were better and Man United were trying to do everything, and Schmeichel even went up for a corner, they were desperate, but definitely it was a surprise for everybody.

    “After the first goal for Man United everybody was waiting for the extra-time and 30 more minutes of a show, I think there was only one minute and something remaining of the match, but then Solskjaer scored!”

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    Teddy Sheringham says Paul Pogba needs to go

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    "They need to recruit in the right manner and get the right people out. The big one for me is Pogba. There is a lot of talk about him. People mention top players and captains. When things weren't going right in our time, Roy Keane put things right. He would drive our team on, he would dig deep and make sure we had a say in every game we played in because of his desire. When you look at Pogba, yes, he may be a talented boy, but does he have the same mentality? Does he really dig deep and get Manchester United out of the mire when the going gets tough? For me the answer is no. He gives off the wrong vibe as a Manchester United player. Yes, it's good to be cocky and arrogant at the right times, Dwight Yorke had that as well, a big smile on his face when he played. But Yorke had a desire to do the right things at the right times. You've got to have that, and I don't think Paul Pogba gives you that. He would be one that would need to go so that you can get someone in with the right mentality and desire to drive Manchester United out of the position they are in."

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    "We're back in training which has been great. The boys have been fantastic, the weather's been good and they've enjoyed it. Hopefully now we've proved we can do this safely and we can move to the next step. It's been really enjoyable being on the training ground again. Everyone's looking sharp, everyone's been in with a good mood and we've been splitting up in groups so fours and fives together and they've really done well. Hopefully, they can as I said, step up and go to bigger training groups but so far it's been good."

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    Ole on a now fit pair of Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford

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    "They're looking good, they've joined training now and they've done everything the other boys have been doing. No reaction so far, touch wood. When we get started, it looks like we can have a full squad to choose from."

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