Alex Ferguson returns to Old Trafford post brain surgery

London: Former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson, who remained out of public eye due to an emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage, is all set to return to Old Trafford to watch the club playing for the first time since his operation.

The 76-year-old has arrived at the ground ahead of the Premier League clash between Manchester United and Wolves, reported.

Reflecting on his comeback, Ferguson said that it is good to be back while also expressing hope to see his team winning the match.

“It’s great to be back and I just hope we get a win today!” Manchester United official Twitter page quoted Ferguson, as saying.

The former coach made his last public appearance on April 29 when he presented former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger with a commemorative trophy.

The Scottish manager, who took charge of Manchester United in 1986, led the Red Devils to over 30 trophies during his 20-year-old tenure.

Ferguson also guided Manchester United to five FA Cup victories. He was also voted “Manager of the Season” 11 times.

Before being a manager, Ferguson played for various Scottish clubs such as –Queen’s Park, St. Johnstone, Dunfermline Athletic, Rangers, Falkirk and Ayr United.