I’ll give you the money, so please get out Ferguson kicked out the player in his prime after the transfer
Manager Alex Ferguson kicked it out. However, the heyday has come after the transfer.
British media Telegraph introduced an interview with Irish soccer player Paul McGrath on the 21st (Korea Standard Time).
Mcgrath played for Manchester United from 1982 to 1989. Ferguson was a member when he first took charge of Manchester United.
McGrath’s most memorable match was the 1994 World Cup match against Italy. But McGrath was nearly taken off his football boots by Ferguson before that.
“I watched that game about 150 times,” McGrath recalled. At that time, Italy was a favorite led by Roberto Bazio. Ireland won 1-0. McGrath recalled, “I scored in the 8th minute of the first half and I thought I had to endure 82 minutes.”
Telegraph said, ‘McGrath’s career could actually have ended five years before the U.S. World Cup. Ferguson offered McGrath retirement because of drinking problems,’ he said.
“Director Ferguson called me into the room,” McGrath said. He wants me to stop playing soccer. He said he would give 100,000 pounds (about 160 million won) if he quit soccer and returned to Ireland. It was quite a lot of money. “I thought a lot about it,” he recalled.
But McGrath did not want to retire.
McGrath said, “I spoke to Brian Robson (Manchester United captain). I thought I could still do something more in football. Actually, I think I acted a little too much. So Ferguson tried to get me out. I just got a call from Aston Villa. I didn’t miss that opportunity.”
Mcgrath moved to Aston Villa in 1989 and played until 1996. Aston Villa has been in the mid-range since the 2000s, but has won second place twice during McGrath’s time. McGrath also won the Player of the Year award selected by players in the 1992-1993 season.
McGrath said, “I didn’t get along well with the other players. There was a lot of shy. It took a while to get to know each other people. So it was really special to receive an award chosen by the players,” he said 사설토토사이트