LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 08: Denis Law talks to the media during the Football Association's Royal Mail Stamp Launch at Wembley Stadium on May 8, 2013 in London, England.
When he first came, he might have been given the sack ... but they didn’t do so and the new guy will benefit on the people upstairs recognising that success doesn’t always come straight away. So they will be reluctant unless the man does extremely badly to sack him.
For Matt and Bobby Charlton, for Bill Foulkes, for Denis Law... they'd done it. And then they sat back, and you could almost hear the energy and ambition sighing out of the club. It was like being in at the winding up of a great company.
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