London: David Beckham has said that his former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will be exciting to shout at the players when the duo will meet in a Unicef charity match at Old Trafford.
The 40-year-old, who played under Ferguson for eleven years, reveals that his former manager still misses shouting at the players and referees whenever he sees United playing, the Guardian reported.
Meanwhile, reacting on the charity match that will reunite the duo, Beckham said that it is for a great cause, adding that the Unicef have a great relationship with United.
The charity match will be held between a Great Britain and Ireland team and a Rest of the World side at Old Trafford on November 14.
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