In what may put a smile on the faces of many Red Devils fans, it is revealed that the former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson was spotted at Old Trafford for the first time since recovering from his brain surgery.
Earlier in May, the football world was stunned when it was revealed that legendary Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson had undergone a surgery for brain hemorrhage. This news had created a sense a fear amongst his fans.
But within a month, it was confirmed that the Scottish manager had successfully recovered, and had left the hospital, and was been looked after by his loved ones. After almost a month after his recovery, Ferguson thanked his well-wishers and all the hospital staff for saving his life.
It was a moment of delight for the Old Trafford faithful, as the Scott was a picture of happiness upon making his first public appearance since the surgery. To make it even more sweeter, the former Manchester United manager will be in attendance for their Premier League fixture against Wolverhampton.
Sir Alex is one of the stalwarts of English football, having won the title on 13 occasions between 1993 and 2013. The 76-year-old Scottish manager, who took charge of Manchester United in 1986, led the Red Devils to over 30 trophies during his 20-year-old tenure. He also led Manchester United to five FA Cup victories. He was also voted "Manager of the Season" 11 times.
Fergie called time on his managerial career at the end of 2012/13 season, after guiding United to their 20th league title. Since then, he has been a regular visitor during their matches, both at home and away.
Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho's men have endured a patchy start to the season. Manchester United are on an unbeaten streak of three games, before which, they were handed two losses against Brighton and Tottenham Hotspur in their opening three fixtures.
After convincing wins against Burnley, Watford and Young Boys, the Red Devils will be hoping to extend their winning streak to the four games when they face the Wolverhampton Wanderers later today.