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A former Manchester United player and goal scorer in the side's 1968 European Cup final victory, Brian Kidd was brought back to Old Trafford in 1984 to serve as a youth team coach, only four years after retiring as a player.
When Sir Alex Ferguson's then-assistant Archie Knox left the club in 1991, the Scotsman promoted Kidd to the no. 2 role, a position he held for the next seven years.
While playing a key role in the development of the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and David Beckham, Kidd was on hand to oversee a golden period for the club in the mid-90's.
A man born to be an excellent wingman, Kidd now serves as Roberto Mancini's assistant at defending Premier League champions Manchester City.