Ex-Aberdeen and Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has opted for Arbroath manager Dick Campbell ahead of Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou for the manager of the year award. Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Campbell should have won the manager of the year ahead of Postecoglou who led Celtic to the Scottish Premiership title in his first season at the club following his appointment last summer.
The feat of wining the league title with Celtic in his debut season was enough for Postecoglou to win the PFA award and the Scottish Football Writers’ award. However, Sir Alex Ferguson thinks the promotion push orchestrated by Campbell at part-time Arbroath is a better achievement. Continue reading “FERGUSON REVEALS HIS SCOTTISH AWARD RECIPIENT”
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been rewarded for a spectacular season with the Manager of the Year award from the LMA (League Manager’s Association). Klopp was presented with the LMA manager award at a ceremony organised by the body earlier this week. The German was presented the award by both Sir Alex Ferguson and England manager Gareth Southgate.
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson while speaking at the LMA event said it has been tough seeing arch rivals Liverpool do well, but it’s a well deserved one for Klopp who has previously managed Mainz 05 and Borussia Dortmund. Continue reading “KLOPP WINS LMA MANAGER AWARD”
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson managed a lot of world-class talents during his time in the Old Trafford. Sir Alex Ferguson spent 27 years as the Manchester United boss before he retired at the end of the 2012/13 season. He was appointed into the role in 1986.
Sir Alex Ferguson had afew special players in the Manchester United goal during his time in the Old Trafford dugout from Peter Schmeichel to Edwin Van Der Sar. However, he also had goalkeepers who made high-profile errors in the Manchester United goal. Northern Ireland shot stopper Roy Carroll, French World Cup winning goalkeeper Fabian Barthez andDavid De Gea all made high-profile errors at Old Trafford while Sir Alex Ferguson was the Manchester United manager. One of the most calamitous moments at Old Trafford in the Premier League era was when Manchester United goalkeeper Massimo Taibiallowed a weak shot from Matt Le Tissier of Southampton to squirm through his legs and into the back of the net. Continue reading “HOW FERGUSON BEGGED TAIBI REVEALED”
Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel has revealed that legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson was terrified of one player during his time in the Red Devils dugout. Sir Alex Ferguson is widely regarded as one of the best managers after he won 38 trophies in his 26-year spell as the Manchester United manager.
Sir Alex Ferguson was renowned for his hairdryer treatment which he gave to his players as he was fearless, but he was afraid of one player and that’s Steve McManaman whenever he faced Liverpool. Ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Schmeichel said this in an interview monitored by the Daily Mirror. Continue reading “FERGUSON WAS TERRIFIED OF ONE PLAYER”
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was a delighted figure at full-time following the comprehensive win over Newcastle United in the latest Premier League game for the Red Devils. The biv win over the Magpies was thanks in part to the two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo.
Five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo scored a brace to mark his second debut for Manchester United. His first Manchester United debut was in 2003 while Sir Alex Ferguson was the manager.Sir Alex Ferguson was reluctant to let him leave the club for Spanish giants Real Madrid in 2009. Ronaldo left Manchester United to sign for Real Madrid in a world-record deal worth £80m. The Portuguese national team captain spent six years in his first spell at Manchester United on the back of his transfer from Sporting Lisbon in his native Portugal. Continue reading “FERGUSON DELIGHTED WITH FANTASTIC UNITED PERFORMANCE”
The Manchester United players came close to pressing the self-destruct button some hours before their all-important 2008 Champions League final clash with Premier League rivals Chelsea and had manager Sir Alex Ferguson for putting the situation under control. England international Owen Hargreaves was in that Manchester United squad and he recently told BeIN Sports what happened a day before the game against Chelsea at the LuzhnikiStadium in Moscow.
Hargreaves revealed that a fight almost broke out amongst the Manchester United players during a training game at the match venue. According to him, the training game was so intense that the two set of players involved almost had a fight. The ex-Bayern Munich player said one team lost and everyone was moaning at each other before Sir Alex Ferguson had to step in to calm the situation. Continue reading “FERGUSON IN KEY CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS TITLE”
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is undoubtedly the greatest Premier League manager in the history of the competition. The veteran Scotsman led the Red Devils to several titles during his time at the club.
Sir Alex Ferguson was at Manchester United as a manager for almost three decades. He spent 27 years in the Old Trafford dugout between 1986 and 2013 when he called it quit shortly after leading the Red Devils to their last league title till date. His greatest achievement at Manchester United came at the end of the 1998/99 campaign when he led the club to an unprecedented treble. Continue reading “FERGUSON: GREATEST PREMIER LEAGUE MANAGER”
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired from football management almost a decade ago after spending around three decades in the dugout at Old Trafford. During his time at Manchester United, he made a lot of signings. Some of his biggest signings include Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra and NemanjaVidic.
Sir Alex Ferguson also made some poor signings during his time at Manchester United from Bebe to David Bellion to Gabriel Obertan and many more. The retired Scots manager recently stunned many with choice of the worst signing of his managerial reign. He spent 27 years at the Old Trafford outfit. Continue reading “HARGREAVES, MY WORST SIGNING – FERGUSON”
Manchester United boss Olé Gunnar Solksjær has made a sensational comparison between four of his senior stars to a certain quarter of players that used to play for former manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Although United are yet to enjoy success close to what the legendary Scot enjoyed during his reign as the manager of the Red Devils, there is a growing belief that the hunt for a first Premier League title since Sir Alex retired could finally come to an end following the team’s current form.
United are currently on a 14-game unbeaten run which has seen them maintain their spot as the Premier League table-toppers as the charge for the title continues. Although many still believe United don’t have enough firepower to lead them to title glory, there is still the belief within the dressing room that it is very much possible, especially if they can continue to maintain the blistering form that they are currently in. Continue reading ” Solksjær Compares His Quartet Of Players To Sir Alex’s Stars”
Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has pledged to the Food Poverty Campaign as he praised Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford for the initiative to feed school children. The former Manchester United manager has pledged £2m to the campaign. Sir Alex Ferguson is delighted to collaborate with Marcus Rashford on the Food Poverty Campaign aimed at providing school meals.
The aim is for food poverty to end according to Sir Alex Ferguson and has pledged the aforementioned sum to the cause alongside friend and philanthropist Sir Michael Mont.In an interview with The Times, Sir Alex Ferguson appealed for people to support the campaign as he revealed that Marcus Rashford has opened the eyes of the whole of England on the number of people in need of food as he praised the Manchester United Academy graduate for his work in this regard. Continue reading “FERGUSON PLEDGES £2m TO CAMPAIGN”