Patrice Evra returned to Manchester United as a junior coach as he handed over his UEFA coaching badges.
The former French international has spent eight years at 2006's Old Trafford at 2014, where he has won the Premier League three times. as well as the Champions League and is now back to share his experience and knowledge with the young players of the United Academy.
– ESPN Premier League Fantasy: Sign Up Now!  19659002] Evra, 38 years old, helps 18 under-age coach Neil Ryan train with a very talented team of two French players - new recruit, Hannibal Mejbri and striker Noam Emeran.
his first day on the club's training ground in Carrington on Tuesday
Evra had to face controversy towards the end of his career. He saw his contract with Marseille terminated after he kicked out one of his own fans before a Europa League match in Guimaraes in november 2017.
He then spent six months in West Ham before announce your retirement . Since then, he has been a leading figure on social media.
However, his ambition was always to return to United, a city he calls home, and get involved in the academy while performing his training badges.
Evra is the subject of an additional controversy in March as he celebrates United's spectacular win over Paris Saint-Germain. It is then recorded using anti spoken language in connection with the 1 League.
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