Meet Michael Carrick! ManU’s New Caretaker Boss Has A Reputation For Staying Cool
Michael Carrick has a reputation for remaining calm, a quality he’ll need when he takes over as caretaker manager of Manchester United for the first time on Tuesday night in a crucial Champions League match away to Villarreal, which is guaranteed to be tense.
His former United teammates, on the other hand, are familiar with a different side of him, as he gained the nickname ‘Havoc’ during intense computer game sessions.
Carrick made 464 appearances for United between 2006 and 2018, before joining the coaching staff alongside now-fired manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. During that period, he enjoyed team-building sessions with teammates Wes Brown, John O’Shea, and Darren Fletcher while playing the military video game SOCOM.
Sir Alex Ferguson had to instruct his stars to keep the noise down since the game had become so popular inside the United group.
Source: Daily Mail