Alex Ferguson "back in business" at Man United

Reuters  Russell Cheyne

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has no doubt he will feel the wrath of Gary Neville and other former Manchester United players during his time in charge of the club.

That's the view of former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince.

"I watched Solskjaer's first press conference and it was refreshing".

"He still looks like a "Silent Assassin" and he's saying all the right things, the things you want to hear".

"It's about getting the players back on board - not that you should have to get players back on board as they should have pride in themselves". He's only been there two seconds so you hope to see a different Man United.

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"I said the same to these lads as I do back in Molde: Work harder than them, enjoy yourselves, pass it forward, run forward, if you lose it, I don't mind as long as you work to win it back and they did". If they do well then great.

"Yes in the fact that we were looking for someone that loves the club and knows the club". I really believe that. I don't think any team would like to have [Jesse] Lingard, [Marcus] Rashford, [Anthony] Martial and [Paul] Pogba running at them, so why should we stop?

Legendary Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, was called in by the club's executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, to help with a replacement after Jose Mourinho was sacked last Tuesday.

It's a big job, but a dream job.

Both managers are available having not managed since their time at Southampton and Aston Villa came to an end and Ince feels the latter would have been the ideal replacement for Mourinho. "You never feel sorry for them", he said.

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