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Ferguson hangs his boots

Legendary Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson will retire at the end of the 2012/2013 season.
11 months 2 days ago
English football witnessed the end of an era as Alex Ferguson signed off as Manchester United manager with an extraordinary 5-5 draw at West Bromwich Albion in his 1,500th game. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Alex Ferguson was given a rapturous reception as he took to the dug-out on Sunday for his final home game as Manchester United manager, amid scenes of high emotion at Old Trafford. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Rio Ferdinand insists David Moyes is the right man to succeed Alex Ferguson at Manchester United because he will respect the club's traditions. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Manchester United on Thursday confirmed that David Moyes will succeed Alex Ferguson as manager of the club. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Former Manchester United players Bryan Robson and Denis Law say they were still surprised by Ferguson's retirement announcement despite his age. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Take a look at some of Sir Alex Ferguson's finest achievements in his stellar 26-year reign as Manchester United's manager. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Alex Ferguson has come out with plenty of snappy remarks during his time as manager of Manchester United. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Alex Ferguson's successor as Manchester United manager will be reminded of the gargantuan size of the task facing him every time he looks across the Old Trafford pitch. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Under Ferguson, United have grown into a global brand that claims to have 650 million followers around the world. Read Full Article
11 months 1 week ago
Sir Alex Ferguson, manager of Manchester United, will step down at the end of the season after 26 years in charge. Read Full Article

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