Andy Cole: Forget Bruce, it's business as usual

Manchester United legend Andy Cole does not expect the Reds to do his old team-mate Steve Bruce any favours during Sunday’s final match of the season at Hull.Bruce’s team will be relegated if they don't secure three points against United, a feat they haven't achieved since November 1974 when the Tigers triumphed 2-0 in the old Second Division. Furthermore, Hull's survival also depends on rivals Newcastle United losing at home to West Ham.During an exclusive interview to promote this summer’s Legends Are Back event - a charity match between former United and Bayern Munich players at Old Trafford on 14 June - Cole explained why United will not sit back against Bruce and his troubled team.“It will be business as usual because you want to finish the season on a high,” claimed the Treble winner, who scored 121 goals in 275 appearances for the Reds. “Everybody wants to win the last game of the season, so I don’t think anything is going to change there. The United players will be relaxed because they know they are going to finish in the top four but they'll still want to win their last game. "Brucie, on the other hand, is trying to stay in the division so he will try to wind his team up to beat Manchester United. But that is football at the different ends of the spectrum. Of course I would be disappointed to see Brucie go down but it is business. You can’t go there as Manchester United and lie down for Steve Bruce. The players will be focused because it is the last game of the season and they will want to win it. Then they'll go on holiday and enjoy themselves before preparing for another tough season ahead in 2015/16."More: Buy tickets for Legends Are Back | Yorke: Van Gaal is box office


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