The tension reached the box

United drew (3-3) against Sheffield this Sunday. The cameras captured a heated discussion of Ferguson with the club's vice president.


Manchester United is not well, that is a reality. This Sunday tied (3-3) at the home of Sheffield United and again made clear the bad time that the team is going through. But it was not there, the cameras caught a moment of tension that was lived in the box of the Bramall Lane stadium.

Alex Ferguson had a heated discussion with Ed Woodward, vice president of the English club. According to the English press, the former Red Devils coach had an upturned conversation with the manager in which he reproached the poor management of the team.

The images were captured on television during the broadcast of the game and United supporters positioned themselves in favor of Ferguson. Also the rest of the world. Thousands of comments about the event flooded social networks. "Woodward out!", "Rule number 1 of the football club: do not disappoint Sir Alex Ferguson."

United is going through one of the worst moments in its history. He is currently ninth in the Premier League standings, 20 points behind Liverpool. At the moment, your options to enter Champions positions are far away ...



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