There are certain Champions League finals, which you remember better than others.
It can among other things be Liverpool's heroic comeback against Milan, where you turned around 0-3 to 3-3 and won on penalties. Another is the Manchester United cup in 1999 against Bayern Munich. the
at that Time the germans were ahead with 1-0, as regular time ran out, but when the referee blew his whistle had United won with 2-1 on a winner of the current manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær. the
It is 20 years ago this year, and it will be marked with a reunion-fight, where even Sir Alex Ferguson returning as manager of the team for a while. His 'Sir' was awarded after the victory over Bayern. the
For Ferguson, there is talk of a fight, as he looks very much forward to be a part of, and it is still a struggle, as he remembers very clearly. He tells this to Sky Sports. the
- Final against Bayern Munich is a night that has etched itself firmly in the memory of all of our fans, and when there are so many of the names that are now returning to Old Trafford to celebrate the anniversary, is a major achievement, says Sir Alex Ferguson. the
The scottish manager was in charge of Manchester United from 1986 to 2013, where it managed to win the Premier League 13 times as well as five FA Cup trophies and two Champions League triumphs.
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