Manchester United is a club with a tremendous history.
As one of the most popular and most successful clubs on the planet, the Red Devils have won the Premier League 20 times, while also adding plenty of European and Domestic Cup silverware to their cabinet as well.
Andy Cole played a huge part in their historical success and is regarded as a legend at the club.
The 47-year-old ex-centre-forward played a total of 271 games for Manchester United, scoring 121 goals and assisting 13 in the process.
Cole recently took to Instagram to pay tribute to one of the times he won the Premier League with the club.
During his stay at the club, Cole managed to lift the trophy five times, so he’s certainly familiar with the winning feeling.
The glory days that Cole was firmly a part of seem like a distant memory now. These are dark times for the legendary club and they haven’t managed to lift the Premier League trophy since Sir Alex Ferguson retired at the end of the 2012/13 season.
Maybe Cole’s snap was a slight dig at that, too, and a wake-up call for the club’s hierarchy.