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    Sir Alex Ferguson: This has always been the foundation of Manchester United

    “I think Ole was always very communicative,” Sir Alex told the BBC. “Even when he was on the bench – and he spent a lot of time on the bench!

    “He would take notes of training sessions and he had a will and way forward that he wanted to be a manager.

    “For a club like Manchester United, it’s a results industry. Without question. If you don’t get results, questions are going to be asked. He is getting results and has really done very well and, which is really important for this club, is to introduce young people.

    “He has given young players a chance. I think that will always be the foundation of Manchester United. From Matt Busby, from Alex Ferguson to what Ole is doing – the young guys, if they’re good enough, play them. It’s never a problem at this club.”

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