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Middlesbrough and Darren Moore get some love, while Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham United are slated in the inaugural F365 Championship Spotlight column…
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Former Man Utd striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has tipped Middlesbrough boss Michael Carrick as a future Red Devils manager.
The international break is over so it’s time to focus on *proper* football again and much is to be decided during the Football League run-in.
Michael Carrick to mastermind a play-off final win for Middlesbrough, Norwich to slip out of the top six and Nigel Pearson to exit Bristol City?
Carrick explains why he ‘needed’ to exit Man Utd; he’s ‘ready’ for ‘different’ challenge with Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough head coach Michael Carrick has explained why he thinks he “needed” to depart Manchester United to progress his managerial career.
Ex-Premier League defender Patrice Evra thinks Lisandro Martinez passes the ball like former Man Utd midfielder Michael Carrick.
Michael Carrick has been appointed as Middlesbrough’s new head coach, the Sky Bet Championship club has announced.
“Ralf [steadied the ship]. I honestly think if another manager had come in, they could have finished 10th…”
“He needed games. He obviously didn’t have enough, he will be saying, over the last year or so.”
“He might not have agreed with what Ole was doing but he had to back him up… He’s set the team up perfectly.”
Carrick announced on Thursday that he would be stepping down from his role as first-team coach.
On a strange and dramatic night, Man United beat Arsenal, but the big news came after the final whistle.
Carrick made 464 appearances for United, winning five Premier League titles and a Champions League.
The former RB Leipzig boss was announced earlier this week as United’s new interim manager.
“That mentality is infectious, I think he’s improved an awful lot.”
“While the club follows the regulatory process around a work visa [for Rangnick], Carrick will continue at the helm.”
Carrick was in charge of his second match as caretaker boss at Stamford Bridge…
David de Gea “was feeling danger for nearly the whole game”. Which doesn’t sound great.
“If they wanted Mauricio Pochettino, as we were led to believe, then there were ways and means to make it happen now.”
Manchester United “still has a certain DNA running right through it” and Rangnick won’t change that…
“Fred twisted his ankle, played a big part, we will have to see how that settles down. One or two others.”
“I have embraced the challenge. Testing time but once you get over that business takes over.”
“I am focused on the next few days and whatever goes on after that will go on after that.”
Caretaker boss Carrick guided United into the knockout stages of the Champions League last night.
This is how it starts, folks… Wheels and that…
Carrick (sort of, not really) responded to Scholes’ claim that he should be “embarrassed” to still be at Man United.
Michael’s at the wheel lol. But some Manchester United supporters fear history repeating itself.