Sir Alex Ferguson:
1 Piece of Chewing Gum
2 European Cups
4 League Cups
5 FA Cups
10 Community Shields
13 Premier League Titles
Sir Alex Ferguson will step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the season after 26 years in charge. The Scot, 71, has won 38 trophies since taking over from Ron Atkinson on 6 November 1986, including this season's Premier League title.
Sir Alex Ferguson's future as Manchester United manager was shrouded in doubt on Tuesday evening, with sources claiming there would be a statement about his position and that the squad had been told to expect an announcement. Some of the United ...
Source: Ian Kington / AFP. Fergie set to retire? Sir Alex Ferguson. Sir Alex Ferguson's future as Manchester United manager has become the subject of speculation in England, with reports suggesting players have been warned an announcement is imminent.
After winning a 13th EPL crown, immediately seizing top spot back from Manchester City, it seems there is no more fitting moment for Ferguson to bow out, while on top, healthy and on his own terms. But how do you replace a manager so synonymous with ...
"All farewells should be sudden, when forever." It is the sentiment behind that Lord Byron quote that Sir Alex Ferguson has always maintained would guide his decision over when to quit as manager of a club that he has triumphantly, righteously moulded ...
According to several British newspapers, Sir Alex Ferguson is seriously considering retiring from Manchester United. The Daily Telegraph first quoted unnamed sources when reporting that a team outing had been "overshadowed" by suggestions that the ...
Sir Alex Ferguson is considering retiring as Manchester United manager before the end of the week, reports the Daily Telegraph's Mark Ogden. As rumours of the 71-year-old's imminent retirement swept Manchester, senior figures at the club failed to ...
Sir Alex Ferguson is reportedly considering stepping down after 26 years as manager of Manchester United. A number of stories in Wednesday's national newspapers claim the 71-year-old - Britain's most successful manager - is thinking about retirement.
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