Former Man United Coach and Player Lands Middlesbrough Job
A former Manchester United manager and player has landed a job at Championship side Middlesbrough.
Michael Carrick, who played at Old Trafford between 2006 and 2018, has been appointed Boro boss after the sacking of Chris Wilder earlier in October.
This marks the first permanent managerial role for the 41-year-old despite taking charge of Man United for 3 games following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking.
The Englishmen is unbeaten as a manager after beating both Villarreal and Arsenal and drawing with Chelsea during his brief stint as United boss.
Michael began his coaching career when he retired in 2018, being appointed alongside now Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna as Jose Mourinho’s backroom staff.
As a player, Michael was regard as an underrated player that was pivit0l to the way Man United played.
Middlesbrough currently sit one place outside the relegation places with 17 points from 16 games.
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