Sir Alex Ferguson returns to Manchester United as a consultant

Ruben Holloway
December 25, 2018

Manchester United put in their best display in a long long time during Solskjaer's first game in charge, a 5-1 away win against Cardiff City, and England global Shaw reckons if his side can maintain that type of form they have a great chance of qualifying for next seasons Champions League.

But ahead of what is sure to be a hero's welcome when he leads United for the first time on home turf against Huddersfield Town on Boxing Day, Solskjaer insists he expects the same treatment.

"He still looks like a "Silent Assassin" and he's saying all the right things, the things you want to hear".

"If you lose the ball, win it back, and play the United way - attacking football, entertaining football". He's only been there two seconds so you hope to see a different Man United.

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"I'm thinking about putting my name in there", the former goalkeeper said.

"Yes in the fact that we were looking for someone that loves the club and knows the club. I'll have a good think about this over Christmas and New Year and make a decision".

"Don't worry, Gary will be really hard on me".

"But I don't play for them".

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Solskjaer's arrival appeared to have a liberating effect on the squad as United hit five past Cardiff in south Wales - the first time they had reached that tally in the Premier League since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.

Both managers are available having not managed since their time at Southampton and Aston Villa came to an end and Ince feels the latter would have been the ideal replacement for Mourinho.

"They've got the dream job".

"It's not going to happen every game that you create chances like we did today, you've got to go and grind it out".

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