Since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013, Manchester United has had a roller-coaster ride. We are going to share with you the managers who have succeeded the iconic Scotsman. Some have done well, and others have done their average bit to make sure that they keep the pride of Manchester, “Manchester Is Red” mantra.
Sir Alex Ferguson, who retired in 2013 after winning his 13th Premier League title, has been gone for seven years. If you count Ryan Giggs’ brief stint as Caretaker Manager after David Moyes’ sacking in 2014, those seven years have seen four managers leave and a club hero attempt to fix the mess his predecessors left behind.
Without further ado, let’s highlight the manager that has been part of the Red Devils since Fergie left.
According to a sports blog by www.australianonlinecasinosites.com, when he was appointed in 2013, the former Everton manager was dubbed “The Chosen One” after inheriting a team that had just won the Premier League by a massive 11 points. Moyes attempted to assert his authority at the club almost immediately, showing the backroom staff the exit door, which may have been the first nail in his coffin.
A 4-0 victory over Swansea City on the opening day proved to be a false dawn, as he became the first Manchester United manager to lose both at home and away to Liverpool, Manchester City, and Everton in a single league season. Before the end of his first season, he was fired.
At the end of the 2013/14 season, he was only in charge for four games on an interim basis. After a 4-0 victory over Norwich City at Old Trafford, it seemed as if the club legend had instilled some of the ‘Fergie spirit,’ but United lost a week later at home to Sunderland. This was a major turnaround for Giggs and the club at large and we’ve also seen him being featured in many slot machines by popular casino sites around the world.