Fenerbahce hit-man Robin van Persie: 'I'd be playing for Manchester United if Alex Ferguson was still boss'
Robin van Persie admits he could have been lining up against Fenerbahce in Thursday night's Europa League clash had Sir Alex Ferguson still been in charge of Manchester United.
The Dutch striker was voted United's Player of the Year in his first season at Old Trafford in 2012-13 as the Red Devils romped to the Premier League title by 11 points.
Ferguson announced his retirement at the end of that season and Van Persie struggled under the guidance of new boss David Moyes and then fellow Dutchman Louis van Gaal.
He left for Turkey in July 2015 and has scored 17 goals in 35 appearances for the... read more
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