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Here it is 5 Alex Ferguson's men who still survive at Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson It's been almost six years Sir Alex Ferguson left Manchester United. But until now, there are still five players from the Alex Ferguson era who are still strengthening red demons this season. They are the only ones left after Michael Carrick's retirement in June 2018. Sir Alex Ferguson is a successful coach who dominated the championship as long as he coached Manchester United. He won 13 league champions. In 1999, he became the first England coach to win the treble from the premier league, UEFA cup and FA cup. Until being the only coach who won the FA cup 5 times. Not only that, Sir Alex Ferguson also became a coach who had won the Premier League trophy three times in a row with the same team, in the 1998-1999 season, 1999-2000, and 2000-2001. But in 2013, the legend of the Manchester United coach ended his career with Manchester United. But until now, the trail left behind is still there. There are at least five players who still survive today with the red devil. 1. David De Gea David De Gea David De Gea is a Spanish goalkeeper who was carried off by Alex Ferguson in 2011 from Atletico Madrid. Alex Ferguson brought in David De Gea as a substitute for the previous goalkeeper, Edwin Van Der Dari, who retired in 2011. Although in the first season De Gea went less smoothly, but in the 2013-2014 season he became the choice as Manchester United's main keeper to date. Real Madrid almost got a signature with Gea in 2015-2016, but the player remained at MU, arguing that the documents received had crossed the limits of the transfer market. 2. Phil Jones Phil jones Phil Jones was also brought in in 2011 from Blackburn Rovers for 16 million pounds. He was immediately trusted as a starter in his first season with the red devil. By playing 41 matches in all competitions. But what is very fatal is that Jones suffers a lot of injuries in the long run, so he is rarely reduced. Since the 2018-2019 season he has been a substitute for Chris Smalling, Eric Bailly, and Victor Lindelof. 3. Chris Smalling Chris Smalling Chris Smalling was brought in by Alex Ferguson from Fulham in 2010, as a duet for Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic who were not young anymore. But he was considered to appear inconsistent for nine seasons with Manchester United. He is considered to have failed to replace the role left by the central defender. 4. Ashley Young Ashley Young Ashley Young, a British player officially strengthen Manchester United in 2011, with a transfer fee of 15-20 million pounds. He is a type of player who can play for all positions, both wing defenders and winger. When Ferguson still trains Manchester United, Young often goes down as the left winger. But now, he is more often a wing-back. Even in the last few games he was also believed to be the team captain, previously held by Paul Pogba. 5. Antonio Valencia Antonio Valencia From Ecuador, Antonio Valencia was carried off by Alex Ferguson. He was brought in as a substitute for the captain's position after Michael Carrick retired 2017-2018. The 33-year-old man was brought in by Alex Ferguson from Wigan Athletic to replace the right-wing position left by Ronaldo since going to Real Madrid in 2009.