Tuesday, 5th October 2010

Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov may well be preparing for a coaching career after he stops playing after admitting he watches all Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson does very closely. The former Spurs striker recently scooped the PFA Player of the Month award and explained that he is keeping a close eye on his club boss,

"I write down things about the way we train and how he treats people. It is like a school", said Berbatov. "You work with the best manager and play with the best players. I try to learn. I am at the biggest club in the world, if I can learn anywhere, it’s here."

The Bulgarian has finally found his form this season after cutting an isolated figure in the last campaign. For Man Utd, Berbatov’s stepping up to the plate could not have come at a better time as hotshot Wayne Rooney, suffering from allegations about his private life, has seen his form dip considerably.


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