Man Utd legend looks like a new man with bushy beard and grey hair – but can you guess who it is?

ONE Manchester United legend looks like a new man as he embraces a bushy beard with long grey hair.

The 90s Red Devils star, who played alongside the likes of Roy Keane, David Beckham and Gary Neville has ditched the clean shaven look.


The unrecognisable look gained mixed reactions from fans who remembered him during his heydays.

Brian McCair enjoyed 11 trophy-laden years at Man Utd between 1987-98.

The former Scotland international won three FA Cups, four Premier League titles, a Uefa European Cup Winners Cup and a Super Cup.

In his first year at the club, McCair was named Scottish PFA Player's Player of the Year.

McCair also enjoyed a spell at Aston Villa, where he started his career.

The 58-year-old also played for Motherwell and Celtic, winning a league title and the Scottish Cup.

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McClair speaks highly of former boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Scot describes Ferguson as 'hard, but fair'.

Speaking to World Football Index, he said: "I wasn’t the most expensive signing in England but I was the most expensive for a player moving from a Scottish club to an English one which was a big thing at the time!


“It has always been humbling that Alex Ferguson and Archie Knox wanted me to be one of their first signings for Manchester United.

“Ferguson and Knox made me a much better player. Sir Alex was always hard, but fair with me, both as a player and a coach.

“I have nothing but great memories of Manchester United and working with him. Those were great days.”

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