Sir Alex Ferguson gave in to temptation last night and returned to the Manchester Untied dressing room for the first time since retiring.
However, instead of the return to management many fans are hoping for, it was simply to congratulate the players on their impressive 5-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen.
One person hoping Ferguson does come out of retirement is Lord Sugar, who says he would like to see the United legend take over from struggling Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas.
AVB would be in the boardroom if Apprentice star Sugar had his way, who said he was struggling to understand the manager's tactics.
Arsene Wenger has backed Wojciech Szczesny to become the best goalkeeper Arsenal have ever had.
At just 23 years of age, Szczesny has already kept 50 clean sheets for the Gunners and Wenger believes the early start to his career has given him a chance to reach the top.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will be faced with a big decision at the end of the season after it was revealed that Liverpool will look to sign Victor Moses.
Moses is currently enjoying a season long loan spell at Anfield and Brendan Rodgers is planning to offer Chelsea £7m to make the deal permanent.
While the world seems to be siding with Cristiano Ronaldo in the world's best player debate, Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has bucked the trend and is sticking with Lionel Messi.
Aguero, who has been on fire for the Citizens this season, insists Messi is still the greatest player on the planet and has backed himself to be second best in the near future.