SHOWS: MANCHESTER UNITED STATEMENTS AND FILE FOOTAGE OF MANCHESTER UNITED TEAM TRAINING RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SHOTLIST AND SCRIPT SHOWS: MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (FILE - FEBRUARY 11, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER WALKING ON TO TRAINING PITCH 2.
MARCUS RASHFORD TRAINING 3.
PAUL POGBA WALKING TO TRAINING SESSION 4.
ANTHONY MARTIAL TRAINING 5.
TRAINING SESSION IN PROGRESS 6.
SOLSKJAER WATCHING ON MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (FILE - MARCH 28, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 7.
MANCHESTER UNITED SIGN ON OLD TRAFFORD STADIUM 8.
EXTERIOR OF OLD TRAFFORD STADIUM 9.
MANCHESTER UNITED SIGN ON EXTERIOR OF STADIUM UNKNOWN LOCATION (RECENT) (MANCHESTER UNITED HANDOUT - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 10.
GRAPHIC FEATURING MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER, OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER, AND A QUOTE READING, "THE NHS STAFF AND THE VOLUNTEERS FIGHTING THE VIRUS ARE DOING A TRULY AMAZING JOB.
THEY DESERVE THANKS AND PRAISE FROM EVERYBODY FOR THEIR WORK AND THEIR EFFORTS EVERY SINGLE DAY." 11.
GRAPHIC FEATURING MANCHESTER UNITED CAPTAIN, HARRY MAGUIRE, WITH QUOTE READING, "BY WORKING TOGETHER WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS." 12.
GRAPHIC FEATURING FORMER MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER, SIR ALEX FERGUSON, WITH QUOTE READING, "I'M DELIGHTED WE ARE NOW RECOGNISING THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR NHS - AS I EXPERIENCED TWO YEARS AGO AFTER THEY SAVED MY LIFE - THE RESPONSE TO THIS PANDEMIC HAS BEEN MAGNIFICENT AND HAS MADE ME PROUD OF THE WAY THE CLUB AND THE BRITISH PEOPLE HAVE RALLIED ROUND TO HELP.
WELL DONE." 13.
GRAPHIC WITH NHS AND MANCHESTER UNITED LOGOS THAT SAYS, "THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEDICATION, COMMITMENT AND FOR LOOKING AFTER US ALL.
YOU ARE OUR HEROES.
WITH LOVE FROM EVERYONE AT MANCHESTER UNITED." 14.
GRAPHIC WITH THE MANCHESTER UNITED AND NHS LOGOS NEXT TO EACH OTHER STORY: Manchester United have donated medical equipment and provided vehicles for courier operations to support the National Health Service (NHS) in their battle against the coronavirus pandemic, the Premier League club said on Thursday (April 9).
The club said it would also accommodate further requests from the NHS for use of the facilities at their stadium Old Trafford, which has been placed on a reserve list as a temporary blood donation centre.
United players had previously agreed to donate 30% of their wages to local hospitals and health services and also collaborated with players from other teams to set up a fund to raise money for NHS charities.
Alex Ferguson, the most successful manager in the club's history, said he was "delighted" that the NHS was being recognised, having been under their care in 2018 when he underwent emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.
"I'm delighted we are now recognising the importance of our NHS - as I experienced two years ago after they saved my life," Ferguson said.
"The response to this pandemic has been magnificent and has made me proud of the way the club and the British people have rallied round to help.
Well done." (Production: Kurt Michael Hall)