Sir Alex Ferguson not happy after he was frozen out by Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson wanted Mauricio Pochettino to receive the work of Manchester United before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - and the icon of Old Trafford is "hurt" because
 club bosses no longer trust him.

The former Red Devils manager achieved unprecedented success at Old Trafford and won 38 trophies during his 27 silver years before retiring in 2013.

Since the Scotsman scored his time in his memorable career, United has gone through three unsuccessful permanent managers, and current boss Solskjaer has faced a
 difficult start to his career.

Ferguson is undoubtedly taken into account by the club even having a stand named in his name in The Theater of Dreams but it is said that he feels isolated by the
way he is being treated by Executive Vice President Ed Woodward .

The Daily Mail says Ferguson made it clear that the club should choose Tottenham's boss, Pochettino, after Jose Mourinho's serve in December.

Solskjaer was initially hired on a provisional basis and impressed from the outset, winning 14 of his 19 games in charge, and the club chose to give him a permanent
contract.

However, their form soon failed, the Red Devils lost a place in the top four in the Premier League, while also fell in the quarterfinals of the Champions League with
 Barcelona.

Ferguson always fought for Pochettino to be hired, but Woodward and his colleagues in power Richard Arnold and Matt Judge were not interested in taking any advice on
 board.

It is also alleged that Ferguson's relationship with Solskjaer is not as close as his public image suggests, with the Norwegian choosing not to receive advice from
 his former manager.

Instead, the legendary Scotsman relies on his former right-hand man Mike Phelan, now assistant manager of Solskjaer, for any information behind the scenes.

"Sir Alex is in conflict. He can see the irony that he still spends time thinking about United when he is retired," a source from the League Leaders' Association
told the Daily Mail.

"But he loves the club and feels a bit hurt by his opinion never being sought."

"He knows he's no longer in charge, but it would still be good for him to be asked."

While Ferguson made clear his frustrations, he would never publicly criticize the club that helped him become one of the top managers of British football.

Ferguson is remembered fondly for including the youngsters David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Phil and Gary Neville - who became known as the
class of 92.

He drew the timing of his career at the end of the 2013 campaign after winning his 13th and final Premier League title with United.

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