Sir Alex Ferguson Makes Huge Chelsea Prediction Ahead Of Man United Encounter

The former Man United Manager has made a stunning prediction ahead of Sunday game against Manchester United and Chelsea

Just like everyother Manchester United fan, Sir Alex Ferguson is expected to be a big hater of the Blues but shockingly, his hate hasn’t overshadowed his experience.

Chelsea are known to be a side in an impressive form since marking Thomas Tuchel as their head coach.

Indeed it was a bold move that led to the significant change that’s been witnessed currently in the club.

Chelsea defender, Reece James and Manager, Thomas Tuchel hug after Champions League match against Juventus.

Letting go of a club Legend, isn’t something so easily don as United are just doing theirs after such a long poor run of form.

The Red Devils managed to produce a 2-0 win against Villarreal CF on Tuesday night under the commands of Caretaker manager, Michael Carrick.

Carrick was putting in charge of the club following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sack while a search for permanent or interim manager go on.

The English man is hopefully to still be in charge when United take on Blues this Sunday but according to former United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson; the game won’t be an easy test for Micheal Carrick.

Manchester United caretaker manager, Michael Carrick speaking in an interview after their UCL Clash against Villarreal.

Micheal Carrick has the chance of taking the club through to the end of the current season if only he produces a sharp upturn in the next few games.

Speaking to BT, SAF said of the Sunday clash; “It won’t be easy for us at Stamford Bridge. It won’t be easy in any way.

“They are currently in a better form than us and have long began working with plans. Watching them play against Juventus, you will see they have a target.

“They all know what to do in every minute, they know their roles. They are united, and that’s a very dangerous thing in any team.

Former Manchester United Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson speaking in an interview.

“It would be hard to stop them, Carrick can do a good job and I know but judging from the Chelsea match will be unfair.”

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