Manchester United fans are still in dreamland, as their side has gone from falling down the table to suddenly returning in contention for a top 4 spot, in the span of 2 matches.
After Mourinho’s sacking and Ole’s arrival, the entire vibe around the club has taken the most positive route, and it is quickly spreading around everyone involved.
The players are happier, the coach is all smiles, and the media has no option but to write about the good spirit and optimism at the Theatre of Dreams.
United have won two games back-to-back under their caretaker manager, and Old Trafford has suddenly become a stadium awaiting the next game to be played in front of 75000+ happy faces.
The best sight that the faithful supporters might have seen this season is that of Sir Alex Ferguson enjoying the football being played by the club.
After the departure of the legendary manager 5 years ago, this is probably the first time that United are entering matches with nothing but an intention to win and simply attack, attack, attack.
During such good times, reports have emerged which could very well make the occasion even more joyous, as they mention that the next training session could include Sir Alex Ferguson being a part of it.
The Daily Mail have reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has invited his former boss and mentor to attend the team’s training session for Bournemouth.
Sir Alex is expected to arrive at the club’s training ground on Saturday, and if incentives are anything to go by, they don’t come any bigger than this one.