Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson’s nickname was ‘Hair Dryer’. When he started to get angry, it is said that he yelled so much that the victim’s hair fluttered.

Many star players such as David Beckham, Van Nistelrooy, and Jaap Stam left the team after being hit with a ‘hair dryer’. However, Ryan Giggs revealed that there were four players who never got hit by the hair dryer.

The British media ‘Mirror’ reported on the 28th (Korean time) that ‘Sir Ferguson ruled English football with an iron fist, but not all players were treated with a hair dryer’.

Giggs, who spent most of his career with Ferguson, said: “There are three or four players who have never been beaten. Eric Cantona, Brian Robson, Roy Keane, Cristiano Ronaldo.”

Ferguson managed Manchester United from 1986 to 2013. In 27 years, he won 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups and 2 Champions League titles. Giggs played as a Manchester United one-club man from 1990 to 2014. 카지노사이트

“They did their job on the pitch,” Giggs said. “I did, but Ferguson didn’t.”

“I knew Cantona would do well again sooner or later,” Giggs said. “He’s going to score the winning goal or create a magical moment next week anyway. Ferguson was a master of psychology. Whether to get angry or leave it alone, make the most of the individual.” He was a master at doing it. He made the player react positively.”

He asserted that a hair dryer can never become dull.

Giggs said, “I used to get into fights, too. There were times when I didn’t play well. I’ve been fined six or seven weeks’ worth of two weeks’ pay. In fact, that meant Ferguson was paying attention. As long as it didn’t cross the line, I actually liked him quite a bit. I liked it,” he recalled.

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