Saturday, May 21, 2011

Fergie Glad Beckham Back

Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, expressing his joy after David Beckham will reportedly play in a testimonial match for Gary Neville.

Former United winger, David Beckham, will return to compete with his colleagues at Old Trafford, like Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes when the club held a celebration to honor their former right-back Gary Neville.

The players originally incorporated in the 'force 92' of United's squad through a system of coaching young players at the same time and then successfully dominated the Premier League before finally winning the treble in 1999.

Ferguson also sees a big opportunity when the English giants celebrated honoring the career of their former right-back, Gary Neville, who retired this season by playing achievements as much as 602 times for United.

"Together with David Beckham that come along with Nicky Butt, Phil Neville, Scholes, and Giggs, this would be a fantastic opportunity," said Ferguson as reported by "Incredible could reunite these players. No doubt they create tremendous spirit in this place when they first came to the team," continued the Scot.

Ferguson confirmed that it would be testimonial match a great respect for Neville, and the arrival of former colleagues that his contemporaries will help prepare the best club for former defender was right.

"It helps us because Gary's services for the club deserves a good tribute to Manchester United," Fergie said "He has been a loyal player was fantastic and I hope he gets a decent end," he added.


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