Manchester United superfan Mark Goldbridge has teased he could be set for an official management role – despite holding a 0-2 record at Sidemen charity matches.
Goldbridge has been in the dugout for the YouTube All-Stars for the past two years, and both times he has been defeated by Sidemen FC.
However, on Monday, he teased a potential move into management when responding to a post from Bury. The non-league side are "looking for an ambitious manager, with a track record of success in the National League System to take on the role of manager."
READ MORE: Bury's two football clubs to merge as fans vote to end 'four years of hell'
READ MORE: Mark Goldbridge's life away from YouTube – loyal wife, seeing dead bodies and real name
Sky Sports is bringing you 500 live football games to watch, as well access to Cricket, Golf, F1, Boxing, NFL, NBA and more across eight dedicated channels. Sky Sports is the only way to watch all the action this year.
£22 a month
Goldbridge responded to the advert with the shifty eyes emoji, before adding: "Imagine the attendances lol!"
"You’ve 'managed the game' in front of bigger crowds, walk in the park," one fan joked. While a second shared: "If I see Mark Goldbridge managing my hometown club I ain’t ever missing another game!"
Would you like to see Mark Goldbridge take charge of a club? Let us know in the comments section
"Goldbridge football is something we need," a third said. And another added: "From a marketing point of view, it’ll be genius from Bury to do it…"
The 44-year-old shot to fame online for his rants about The Red Devils, which have seen him rack up roughly three million subscribers across his four YouTube channels – most notably The United Stand.
And in recent years Goldbridge has landed his own show on talkSPORT – where he discusses all things football.
Source: Read Full Article