London, Oct.6: David Beckham has said that his former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson would be excited to shout at the players when the duo meet in a Unicef charity match at Old Trafford. The 40-year-old, who played under Ferguson for eleven years, revealed that his former manager still misses shouting at the players and referees whenever he sees United playing, the Guardian reported.Also Read - Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Live Streaming English Premier League in India: When and Where to Watch MUN vs CRY Live Stream Football Match Online on Disney+ Hotstar; TV Telecast on Star Sports

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 Great Britain and Ireland team, and Rest of the World side at Old Trafford on November 14. Also Read - Manchester United vs Arsenal Live Streaming English Premier League in India: When and Where to Watch MUN vs ARS Live Stream Football Match Online on Disney+ Hotstar; TV Telecast on Star Sports

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