- Patrice Evra has now completed his Uefa coaching badges and the Frenchman is billed to take to football management
- The 40-year-old has disclosed that he has bagged both B and A licences as he thanked Manchester United and BDU Fodboldskole
- He also used the opportunity to thank players who he managed during the process, admitting they endured many hours of his yelling
The former France defender disclosed that he has acquired both B and A licences after undergoing management courses at United’s Carrington training ground.
The 40-year-old used the opportunity to thank the Premier League club as well as DBU Fodboldskole for the achievement so far.
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“B Licence. A Licence. I would like to say a massive thanks to the clubs Man United and DBU Fodboldskole for letting me take over.
“And to all the players who’ve had to endure many hours of my yelling on the pitch…”
Patrice Evra joined the Red Devils back in January 2006 from French Ligue 1 side Monaco for about £5.5million.
He featured in a staggering 379 games before leaving for Juventus in 2014.
And he recently spilled the beans that former United manager Alex Ferguson wanted to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo before his retirement in 2013.
Evra said via Swiftheadline:
"I remember there was a lot of media saying Ferguson will maybe retire next year, and he said, 'Patrice, I will never retire. I will be here another 10 years’.
“And to be fair, when I speak with Cristiano, I ask him and he said yes to the boss, and was coming to join United. He told me this.”
Ronaldo tipped to become Man Utd manager within 18 months
Meanwhile, a former England star Tim Sherwood has disclosed that Cristiano Ronaldo will become a manager at Manchester United about 18 months from now.
The former Blackburn Rovers and Tottenham midfielder believes the Portuguese sensation is prepared to take the hot seat at the Old Trafford club.
According to Sherwood, CR7 is prepared to walk into management as soon as he retires, and a glimpse of that transpired during United’s 2-1 win over West Ham United in the Premier League on Sunday.
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman opens lid on Messi’s attitude in training
The Argentine legend was forced out of the club following financial problems between the club and the La Liga board during the summer.
According to Koeman, Messi’s attitude in training spurred his teammates to become better players, helping to raise the standard of their game as a unit.