Patrice Evra Shares Superb Instagram Post To Celebrate The Anniversary Of His Signing
Patrice Evra has brilliantly taken to social media to mark the anniversary of his transfer to Manchester United.
He's posted an image of himself alongside then-United manager Sir Alex Ferguson accompanied with a hilarious caption.
"Sir Alex: "WTF are you wearing son ? You better start running or I will send you back to senegal and put your hand down little French...." He posted on Instagram.
"The rest is history!!" Complete with a bunch of hashtags including #ilovethisgame.
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Sir Alex: "WTF are you wearing son ? You better start running or I will send you back to senegal :flag_sn:" and put your hand down little French.... :scream::sweat_smile::joy: The rest is history!! :trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy:#ilovethisgame #positive4evra @manchesterunited #manchesterunited #history #proud #forevrared
On this day in 2006, United snapped up Evra in a deal worth £5.5 million and it proved to be a very, very shrewd piece of business.
The left-back enjoyed a prolific spell at Old Trafford, spending nine illustrious seasons at the club.
On this day in 2006, Patrice Evra signed for Manchester United.- Goal (@goal) January 10, 2019
:trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy::trophy: Premier League
:trophy::trophy::trophy: League Cup
:trophy: Champions League
:trophy: Club World Cup
He cost just £5.5 million! :scream: pic.twitter.com/62WoS0SzEL
:calendar: 13 Years Ago Today:- Adebowale Ayomide (@AyAdebowale) January 10, 2019
:flag_fr: Patrice Evra signed with Man Utd for £8m.
:white_check_mark: Trophy every 30 matches.
:clap: One of the PremierLeague's greatest bargains.
Man U bought Evra from which club? pic.twitter.com/zqv26j6Mn6
Patrice Evra signed for Manchester United on this day in 2006.- ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) January 10, 2019
He went on to make 379 appearances for the club :red_circle: pic.twitter.com/6pSYtpjfDH
The Frenchman played over 300 games for United, scoring 10 goals whilst winning the lot as he also donned the captain's armband.
He won the Premier League title an impressive five times, the League Cup on three occasions not to mention the prestigious Champions League in the 2007/08 season.
What a player.