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David Beckham is making a come back to Old Trafford. He'll captain Great Britain and Ireland against the Rest of the World at his old club in aid of charity. It's not just Beckham making a comeback at Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson will manage the home team.
The Rest of the World team will be led by Zinedine Zidane and managed by Carlo Ancelotti. The game which will raise money for UNICEF will take place next month.
David Beckham has been talking about his return to Old Trafford and a reunion with his former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Beckham will lace up his boots once again in November for a charity match to raise funds for UNICEF. He'll captain a Great Britain and Ireland XI which will be managed by Sir Alex.
In a telephone interview, Beckham, who has been a UNICEF ambassador for 10 years, said he was looking forward to a special day.
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Louis van Gaal has revealed Manchester United defender Luke Shaw could return to England on Saturday to continue his recovery from a broken leg.
Shaw broke his right leg in two places during United's 2-1 defeat to PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old had an operation on the night of the game and has stayed in Holland since to continue his recovery.
But Van Gaal said he could return to Manchester on Saturday.
The United manager said:
"His family is there, we have sent people with him and he will come back when he is prepared. Maybe tomorrow."
"I called him last night. He sounds very strong, which was amazing for me - a big surprise."
"It is a good signal, but he knows he has long way to go and it is not easy... He will have a long period of rehabilitation (when he is back) and he has a long way to go."