Former Manchester United gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson today stormed Manchester United training ground with his wife ahead of Manchester United Premier League game against Everton.

Sir Alex Ferguson who must have been impressed with the recent Manchester United form most predominantly his former club resounding victory during the second leg of the Europa League against match against Club Brugge at Old Trafford.

The Old Trafford legend, 78 – who won 13 league titles for the club – drove his Mercedes-Benz to Carrington just hours after they had beaten Club Brugge in the Europa League.

Last year, Everton battered United 4-0 at Goodison Park – with Solskjaer calling it the “lowest” he’s ever been. Fergie may well have been roped in to rally the troops to ensure that sort of utterly woeful performance is never seen again.

Goals from Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne, and Theo Walcott humiliated Manchester United in April last year as Solskjaer’s red-hot start to life at the club quickly fizzled out.

Looking back at last season’s thumping defeat, Solskjaer recalled his pain after being ripped to shreds for 90 minutes.
The United Boss said: “That was the lowest I’ve been. I think you all know that and remember that.


“That was a capitulation. We had absolutely nothing about us, even though their goals were more or fewer counter-attacks from set plays and long throw-ins.
“Everything you didn’t want to see you saw in that game. Against Everton at home, they’re hard to play against with two upfront.
“They put players in the box and we knew what we were up against.”
But Solskjaer was in defiant mood, claiming there is no way his side will give up like that this time around.
The Norwegian roared: “I’m 100 percent sure we’ll put in a better performance.”