A HOST of Manchester United legends turned out in the city tonight for the ‘Robbo: The Bryan Robson Story’ premiere.
And that led to legendary ex manager Sir Alex Ferguson coming face to face with current interim boss Michael Carrick.
Harry Maguire (L), Michael Carrick, Bryan Robson (himself, Sir Alex Ferguson (2R) and Wayne Rooney were at the World Premiere of ROBBO: The Bryan Robson Story[/caption]
The movie will celebrate the epic impact Captain Marvel had at Old Trafford[/caption]
Wayne Rooney and Coleen pose outside HOME cinema in Manchester[/caption]
England legend Paul Gascoigne was also in the house for the movie[/caption]
Ralf Rangnick is set to take charge of the Red Devils until the end of the season following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking.
But Carrick has already led United to a vital victory over Villareal in the Champions League and he was still in a jovial mood at the HOME Cinema in Manchester on Thursday.
The legion of stars were out to catch their first glimpse of the upcoming documentary about United and England icon Robson.
Their former captain, now aged 64, spent 13 years at Old Trafford during his epic playing career and won a host of honours before departing to take charge of Middlesbrough in 1994.
Now Captain Marvel’s stunning contribution to the success of Fergie will be shown on screen when the documentary hits Netflix, Amazon Prime and Rakuten on November 29.
As well as his former manager, his old England midfield partner Paul Gascoigne was also in attendance.
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So was United’s all-time top goalscorer Wayne Rooney as well as current skipper Harry Maguire.
And the man who actually brought him to the Theatre of Dreams for £1.5m back in 1981 was also there.
Ron Atkinson, accompanied by his wife Maggie, could not keep the smile from his face as the 82-year-old looked in great shape suited and booted at the bash.
Ron Atkinson, the man who signed Robbo for United, was there with his wife Maggie[/caption]
Michael Carrick, fresh from the win over Villarreal 48 hours earlier, was in attendance[/caption]
Current United captain Harry Maguire and his partner smile outside the cinema for the cameras[/caption]
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