Sir Alex Ferguson

Allardyce hopeful of positive news on close friend Ferguson
The Everton boss and former Manchester United player Mark Hughes extended well wishes to Sir Alex [Read More]
Overturning Collocini’s red card highlights football’s refereeing problems
In football, we like to talk a lot about culture. Clubs, fanbases and even cities all seem to have a particular way of being, or an identity when it comes to the beautiful game. Many of these identiti... [Read More]
Better Than Sex: Confessions of a Glory Hunter
Ferguson was gone. The allure of easy success had made Manchester United the team to start following in the late nineties. My best mate Fitzo was a Leeds fan; a family affair. Fifteen years on and Fer... [Read More]
Rooney rejected Man Utd TWICE before £25.6m move, reveals Ferguson
The England captain was first spotted playing for Everton Under-14s but rejected the advances of United on two occasions before joining from Everton in 2004... [Read More]
Sorry Rio, but John Stones would be daft to dismiss Chelsea’s advances | Paul Wilson
Rio Ferdinand has had his say on the Everton centre-half’s summer destination but why would somebody choose Manchester United over Stamford Bridge at present?It was quite sweet of Rio Ferdinand to put... [Read More]
Overhead kicks and U-turns: Wayne Rooneys rise to England captaincy
From 16-year-old prodigy with Everton to captain of England but it hasnt all been plain sailing for Manchester United striker Roy Hodgson names Wayne Rooney as England captainWayne Rooney makes his bo... [Read More]
Return to familiar arrogance in Van Gaal will boost Van Persie and Manchester United
With potential for a second successive summer of managerial concern looming, Manchester United have sought solace in a figure with familiar methods. The abrasively arrogant persona that shrouds Louis ... [Read More]
What it takes to be a manager – Coping In The Dugout – Part Three
And so we head in to extra time. Following on from part one and part two, we now turn our attention towards development, recruitment and a vital skill that all great managers possess. The 90-Minute Ma... [Read More]
What it takes to be a manager – Coping In The Dugout – Part Two
Welcome back, and welcome to part two. In part one we looked at the culture of a club, the treatment of its staff and the ambition and hunger of the manager. As was the case in part one, any quotes, u... [Read More]
‘To err is human’ – Barcelona attempt to rediscover the divine
It was far from a scattering of football fans who cheerily greeted the ruthlessness of Bayern Munich as they clinically closed off their semi-final tie with Barcelona last April. Many had found themse... [Read More]

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