The Times They Are A-Changing

If you decide to take a jaunt to Manchester then you simply have to get your soccer fix by visiting the National Football Museum. Packed with historical memoirs, interesting snippets of info and interactive games for the little ‘uns to enjoy-this amazing experience will take you back to when you were a kid and first entered a packed stadium full of eager supporters ready for 90 minutes of adrenaline-packed action. It still gives you a little thrill when you take your seat in the Gladwys at Goodison, the Kop at Anfield or the recently renamed Sir Alex Ferguson stand at Old Trafford. Remember how emotional this normally cool, calm and collected Scot was a couple of seasons ago when the stand was unveiled on the weekend of his 25th anniversary? The man is a living legend and fully deserves all his awards and accolades. Arguably the greatest manager there has ever been; Fergie’s memory lives on in the guise of a bronze statue erected in his honour by his wife, Lady Cathy. He may have retired at the grand old age of 71, but there is life in the old dog yet!

He has since handed over the reins to his younger Glaswegian protégée, David Moyes, who is widely recognised as being a wise and savvy choice to fill Sir Alex’s rather large boots. In fact, United fans are being quite kind an accepting of their new commander-in-chief as he is level-headed and remains calm in a crisis. I mean, the guy has had to deal with the temperamental Marouane Fellaini for five years, so he knows how to control unpredictable players. He may want to give the ground a bit of a refurb before all the pep talks and team tactics start, and one major issue that needs addressing is access to and from the stadium. Maybe lift refurbishment is the way forward, as the creaky old elevator has been on its last legs for quite a while and has not been given some much needed TLC for ages.

At Sheridan Lifts, we specialise in top drawer lift refurbishment, installation, replacement and maintenance. Lift installation services are carried out in a methodical and organised manner, much like selecting the crème de la crème of players for the first European fixture. It is essential that regular lift maintenance checks are undertaken as you cannot leave things purely to chance. Just imagine if Man U were playing Barca and Evra was taken off injured in the dying seconds of this crucial clash and there was no-one to replace him. It would be an unmitigated disaster, which is why you have to have backup plans at your disposal in the guise of hotly tipped targets such as little Leighton Baines or the Portuguese whizzkid that is Fabio Coentrao.

The same applies to elevators. Here at Sheridan Lifts, we have countless lift replacement parts which suit any kind of model. For the finest lift installation solutions at affordable prices just drop us a line on 0161 203 6299 and we will sort things out.