Former manager of Manchester United and Leicester City, Frank O’Farrell, has died at the age of 94, and football fans around the world are mourning the former Irish professional footballer.
Frank O’Farrell was reported to have died on March 6th, but the cause of his death was not revealed in the reports that were monitored about his death.
Between July 1971 and December 1972, he was the manager of Manchester United, succeeding Sir Matt Busby, who had returned to management after his initial successor, Wilf McGuiness, was sacked.
Frank O’Farrell was the manager of Leicester City from 1968 to 1971, and it was from there that the Irishman moved to Manchester United.
Manchester United also confirmed Frank O’Farrell’s death and prayed for his family, according to a story on UK Sun and Sky Sports.