Alex Ferguson Could Carry On Until 2015

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he expects to remain in charge at Old Trafford for another three or four years. Ferguson, who was appointed United boss in 1986, has grown used to speculation over his retirement date after changing his plan to bow out of football in 2002. But the 69-year-old, who led United to a record 19th English title last season, has no intention of quitting…

October 8, 2011
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Wayne Rooney Can Be The Best

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is confident that in-form striker Wayne Rooney can become the club’s all-time record scorer. The record is held by 1966 World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton, who managed 247 goals in his 17 years with the club. Rooney is ninth, having amassed 156 goals in just over seven years at Old Trafford. With time on his side, Sir Alex believes the England man is…

October 5, 2011
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Sir Alex Ferguson Backs Mancini

Sir Alex Ferguson has defended the way in which Roberto Mancini has dealt with the current issues surrounding Manchester City and Carlos Tevez. The Argentine appeared to refuse to come on as a substitute in City’s Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich, with the club subsequently suspending the striker for two weeks while the manager told reporters after the game that he was ‘finished’ with the Argentine. Ferguson, who managed…

September 30, 2011
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Ferguson: United Need To Be More Defensive

Sir Alex Ferguson hinted that he may need to rein in Manchester United’s rampaging attacking play after watching his side scramble a 3-3 UEFA Champions League draw with FC Basel at Old Trafford on Tuesday. United have produced some scintillating football in the Premier League this season, plundering a whopping 22 goals in only six matches, an average of more than three goals a game. And after 17 minutes of…

September 28, 2011
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Arsene Wenger Says Alex Ferguson Is Wrong

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger disagrees with Manchester United counterpart Sir Alex Ferguson and insists the TV deal for clubs is fair. The Gunners boss understands his rivals annoyances with the current system, but believes it is a “sacrifice” all clubs now have to make. United boss Ferguson launched an attack on television’s power over football, saying clubs are paying the price for ”shaking hands with the devil” and deserved more…

September 27, 2011
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David De Gea Undergo Special Training Sessions

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed goalkeeper David de Gea has undergone special training sessions in order to prepare for the away clash with Stoke. The 21-year-old made an uncertain start to life at Old Trafford, making several high-profile errors in his first month at the club, despite the team winning all but one of their eight games this season. Saturday’s opponents Stoke are renowned for their aerial…

September 24, 2011
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