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Merapat ke MU, Tangan Kanan Ferguson Ogah Tinggalkan Pekerjaan Lama


Liputan6.com, Jakarta Mike Phelan bakal menemani Ole Gunnar Solskjaer menangani Manchester United (MU) hingga akhir musim ini. Namun mantan tangan kanan Sir Alex Ferguson itu mengaku tidak akan meninggalkan pekerjaan lamanya sebagai direktur olahraga Central Coast Mariners.

Phelan mengaku sulit menolak tawaran kembali ke MU. Nama besar Setan Merah dan masa lalu indah yang pernah dilaluinya di Old Trafford bersama Ferguson masih menggodanya. Hanya saja, Phelan berjanji akan segera kembali setelah menuntaskan tugas tersebut.

"Menjadi pelatih sementara di Manchester United (MU) benar-benari menarik," kata Phelan kepada situs resmi klub seperti dilansri Dailymail.co.uk, Kamis (20/12/2018).

"Saya sudah meletakkan sesuatu di tempat yang ingin saya lihat. Ini hanya gangguan kecil, tapi dengan klub terbesar di dunia saya benar-benar sulit menolaknya," beber Phelan.

MU akhirnya memecat pelatih utama, Jose Mourinho, Selasa (18/12/2018). Pria asal Portugal itu didepak menyusul hasil buruk yang diraih Setan Merah sepanjang musim ini. Pemecatan Ronaldo disampaikan beberapa hari setelah MU kalah 1-3 di markas Liverpool, Anfield.

Sebagai gantinya, MU kemudian meminjam Solskjaer dari Molde. Pria asal Norwegia itu dipercaya menangani skuat Setan Merah hingga akhir musim. Meski karier kepelatihannya di Premier League belum teruji, Solksjaer dianggap memahami tradisi skuat Setan Merah.

Dan untuk memperlancar era transisi ini, manajemen memanggil Phelan. Phelan juga mantan pemain MU, tapi tidak setenar Solskjaer. Namanya baru melambung saat menemani sir Alex Ferguson sebagai asisten pelatih MU selama lebih dari satu dekade lamanya.

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Saat Fergie pensiun 2013 lalu, Phelan juga angkat kaki dari Old Trafford. Dia mencoba peruntungan sebagai pelatih kepala Norwich, 2014-15 sebelum kemudian menangani Hull City sejak 2016 hingga Januari 2017. Selanjutnya dia bertualang ke Liga Australia.

"Bagian dari keputusan dengan MU adalah saya masih tetap tersedia untuk Mariners, semacan peran ganda. Saya tidak akan ke mana-mana. Saya siap menerima panggilan telepon dari siapapun yang ada di Mariners," beber pria berusia 56 tahun tersebut.

Mengenai tugasnya di MU, Phelan tidak berbicara secara spesifik. Namun menurutnya ada beberapa masalah yang penyelesaiannya butuh waktu. Dia akan bekerja bersama Michael Carrick yang juga ditunjuk bersamaan dengan pengangkatan Solskjaer, Rabu kemarin.
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Semoga keduanya (Ole dan Phelan) bisa membawa United finish 4 besar musim ini dan syukur-syukur jika bisa merebut minimal 1 trofi
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PHELAN IS CONFIDENT UNITED WILL CLIMB THE LEAGUE TABLE

Manchester United first-team coach Mike Phelan is unfazed by the task of climbing the Premier League table and finishing in the top four, based on the club’s history and culture of fighting until the end.

The Reds have won eight consecutive matches, including six in the top flight, since Old Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed caretaker manager last month - when Phelan also returned as part of his staff.

We are currently sixth in the Premier League table and only three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, with 15 matches still to play this season. Phelan says he is confident of making further progress, in an interview that appears in Tuesday night’s edition of United Review.

“We’re chasing a pack but I have known Manchester United claw back points before,” says Phelan. “We can only do our own job, keep doing what we’ve been doing, keep pressing all of the right buttons. We’re going to lose a few games, which happens in football, but at this moment in time we’re winning a few as well. Our aim is to try and do even better, to try and push the players further.

”I have experienced a lot of things at Manchester United and I want this next generation of players to do the same. They have won some things, but they haven’t won everything, and I want them to win everything. Why shouldn’t we? You’ve got to be greedy and to keep pushing. What they’re here for is to be better players, better individuals and to win something for this club and themselves.“

Speaking of experience, Phelan worked with some of the finest and most successful squads in United history during his time as part of Sir Alex Ferguson’s staff. When asked how the current crop compares, he is clear in his message that anything can be achieved with the right approach and mentality.

“Players are talented here because they’re here for a reason,” says Phelan. “It’s up to them to embrace Manchester United, the ethos, and everything around it. That’s the reason why they’re here. Ability shouldn’t be an issue; they shouldn’t get through the door if they haven’t got the ability, so what is important is that we make sure we only bring in that quality and personality, that charismatic sort that can enhance what is already here. That is a major responsibility.

”They all enjoy the moment and take away great memories of the opportunities they get for being a Manchester United player. Winning is there, it’s got to be – the size of the football club demands that. We’re trying to build something. Ole is temporarily in charge and I am temporarily here; until anybody changes that, we will do everything we possibly can to make this environment pleasurable and reflect that on the pitch.“

Back at the club and enjoying every minute, Phelan is relishing his new relationship with Solskjaer after previously working with the Norwegian as a player. In his interview, Mike delivers a modest assessment of their results together so far, and shines a light on the wider coaching staff.

“It is working okay,” he says. “It’s not just myself and Ole – there’s Kieran McKenna involved, Michael Carrick learning his trade, so the balance is good, the feedback is good and we get on. It’s a nice split age range, so we’ve all got different ideas, we communicate a lot and it is quite refreshing. It takes me back a little bit into the processes we had before, which was a little bit of youth, a bit of experience, a little bit of knowledge. There’s an extra dynamic, that is all part of a football club.”

Phelan reflects on an emotional return to the club during his in-depth interview for United Review, while also providing his thoughts on facing his boyhood club Burnley – who still mean a lot to him.

“The club means everything to me,” he says. “I was a schoolboy and I supported the club. I lived not far from the area, so I grew up the Burnley way really, supporting my local team. I always wanted to be on that turf.

”My father and my uncles took me to the games, and life revolved around Burnley Football Club, and to join them was brilliant for me as a schoolboy. Burnley had really good coaches and a great scouting network. It was progressive. Everything was about learning the game, learning to be a good professional. If you were good enough, you were old enough, so you got the opportunity.“

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PHELAN: OUR COACHING STAFF HAVE SERIOUS TALENT

Manchester United's history of cultivating young talent among players is now extending to the club's coaching setup, according to first-team coach Mike Phelan.

The 55-year-old was part of Sir Alex Ferguson's backroom team when the Reds' playing staff included Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Michael Carrick, now caretaker manager and first-team coach respectively.

The latter is in his first season since retiring as a player, while fellow first-team coach Kieran McKenna is also in his maiden campaign with the senior side, and Phelan sees great promise when he looks down the United bench.

Asked about the potential shown by Carrick and McKenna, Phelan told us: “They have got some serious talent. I think Michael now is progressing really well. He’s finding his feet in the organisational side of it, and he’s got a great opinion on the game and has been an exceptional player.

”Kieran has been a player outside of this football club, then he has come in and coached in the Academy, so he knows the youth side of things. He’s been here a while now, he’s progressed on, and bringing all those methods he’s got to the fore now with the first team. It’s exciting and enthusiastic.“

Though the current iteration of United's coaching set-up has been in place for less than six weeks, during which time nine games have yielded eight wins and a draw, Phelan feels the group's dynamic is already highly functional.

“It is working,” he said. “The balance is good, the feedback is good, we get on. It’s a nice, split age range, so we’ve all got different ideas, we communicate a lot and it is quite refreshing. Ole sits there at the top of the tree, and I hover in between making sure everything happens the way I feel the way Manchester United should work.

”It takes me back a little bit into the processes we had before [under Sir Alex], which was a little bit of youth, a bit of experience, a little bit of knowledge. There’s an extra dynamic in there, that is all part of a football club.“

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'Think tank in full flow as we prep for the weekend': Mike Phelan hard at work ahead of huge Liverpool clash as Man United fans praise 'legend' for his influence since return to Old Trafford

* Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan has been key to strong form
* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's deputy is helping side prepare for huge Liverpool clash
* He posted picture on Twitter at morning 'think tank' at Carrington training base
* United fans have heaped praise on Phelan since he returned to the club


Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan is plotting Liverpool's demise ahead of the huge Premier League showdown this Sunday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's deputy posted a picture on Twitter of himself leaning studiously over some notes at the club's Carrington base.

The 56-year-old wrote: 'Morning all, think tank in full flow as we prep for the weekend.'


Mike Phelan posted this picture of the 'think tank' on Twitter to Manchester United fans


Phelan has helped revive fortunes alongside Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (right) at Old Trafford

With the game against their fierce rivals looming large, Phelan will know the tactics will have to be spot on against Jurgen Klopp's side.

Solskjaer and Phelan have revived the form and mood at Old Trafford with only one defeat in 13 games.

PSG beat United 2-0 in the Champions League but the Reds should pose the most severe Premier League test for the interim management team so far.

Phelan appears to be relishing the chance to steer United towards success again having spent 19 years at the club as both player and manager.

He was an accomplished midfielder and right-back, making more than 100 appearances for the club and one England cap.

After hanging up his boots, Phelan took the plunge into coaching, working as an assistant at Norwich, Blackpool and Stockport before re-joining United as reserves assistant.

Between 2001-08 Sir Alex Ferguson made Phelan first team coach and he was promoted again to assistant manager in 2008 helping the club to three Premier League titles. He departed when Ferguson retired in 2013.

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19951996 Norwich (assistant)

19961997 Blackpool (assistant)

19971999 Stockport County (assistant)

19992001 Manchester United Reserves (assistant)

20012008 Manchester United (first-team coach)

2002 Manchester United Reserves

20082013 Manchester United (assistant)

20142015 Norwich City (first-team coach)

2015 Norwich (caretaker)

20152016 Hull City (assistant)

20162017 Hull City

2018 Manchester United (first-team coach)
Phelan then worked at Norwich and took charge of Hull before Marco Silva replaced him in 2017, but United came calling once more when the club wanted an experienced hand at the tiller to help guide Solskjaer.

Phelan's passion for United appears to be reflected by fans' adoration of the long-serving coach.

He engages with supporters on Twitter after games and is frequently labelled a club legend by those on social media.

That status will only be underlined if he helps mastermind a victory over Liverpool and the clamour for Solskjaer and Co to take over on a permanent basis will grow louder.

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