Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Michael Carrick joins Manchester United coaching staff

Michael Carrick's career switch from Manchester United player to coach will get going at Wembley on Saturday for the FA Cup final.
The veteran midfielder retired on Sunday after playing 85 minutes of United's final Premier League game of the season against Watford.

The following day he began his new job as a member of manager Jose Mourinho's coaching staff, with the small matter of this weekend's clash with Chelsea to prepare for.

He said "It changes overnight, I am not training this week. I am going to jump on the staff. A couple of years ago I thought maybe it would be a good thing to spend time with the family, but then it's about timing and opportunities.  You never know what is going to be around the corner. As soon as this came up I didn't think twice. He is one of the best, he's been around for many years and it all fits in. I've been at this club, and it is such a great club, so I obviously know the club and the manager. So learning from him and the backroom staff, and trying to bring the kids through and have an influence on that just fits. Hopefully it still fits in a couple of years."

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