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Chicharito recommends Manchester United to move on from Sir Alex Ferguson

By Harry Smith

Chicharito recommends Manchester United to move on from Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson brought Chicharito from Chivas to Manchester United back in 2010

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Former Manchester United striker, Javier Hernandez gave out an interview to Daily Mirror while he is preparing for the MLS All-Stars game against Liga MX. The Mexican is still scoring lots of goals with LA Galaxy just like he did during his time at Old Trafford. As he was the first ever Mexican to play for the Red Devils, he is always related to the club.

Chicharito was asked about his former manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, to which he answered: “It’s not easy to do that for 26 years, but Sir Alex was very good on the personal side to see how he could take the best out of you and how you can help the club. To substitute that man like that is not easy. It is like winning the lottery”.

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He also thinks the fans should stop comparing every single manager that comes to the club with the legendary gaffer: “Do you think anyone you hire afterward is going to be able to do 80% of what Ferguson did? My point of view is that after Ferguson brings so much pressure that it just isn’t going to work”.

The 34-year-old also said that the club should let Erik ten Hag work: “United need to now get over the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson has gone. Would we like to have someone similar? Yes, yes, yes. But Sir Alex has gone and it is never going to be the same. So United have to adapt and allow the next manager to do it in his own way”.

The legend of Fergie

Sir Alex Ferguson is by far Manchester United’s greatest manager of all time and he is in the discussion of the best manager ever in all world football. He won everything throughout his 27 years in charge of the team from 1986 until 2013 when he finally retired after winning United’s 19th Premier League title. Sadly, ever since he left, the club has been in free fall.

 


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