There is vacancy at the Old Trafford as Manchester United are on the lookout for a new manager for their under 23s team after the exit of former manager, Ricky Sbragia last month by mutual consent.
A former Manchester United player, Quinton Fortune is on the 3-man shortlist for the vacant under 23s manager’s job.
Ricky Sbragia left the club by mutual consent after overseeing a disappointing campaign with United’s second string team, hence the club’s search for a new under 23s manager.
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United’s under 23 got relegated to the second tier of under 23 football in 2018 and also failed to bounce back immediately with the former manager guiding the set to a sixth place finish.
The exit of the Scot brought to an end a 2-year tenure at the club in his second spell as the reserves team manager.
According to a recent report published by MENsport, the youngsters grew frustrated by the gaffers lack of individual coaching abilities, there was also a questioning of his communication skill. ‘Uninspiring’ was used to label Sbragia’s tactics.
42-year old Fortune made 126 appearances for United across six and a half years at Old Trafford. He finished his playing career at Doncaster Rovers in 2010.