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Ferguson

(ˈfɜːɡəsən)
n
(Biography) Sir Alex(ander) Chapman. born 1941, Scottish footballer and manager: manager of Aberdeen (1978–86) with whom he won the European Cup Winners' Cup (1983); manager of Manchester United (1986–2013) with whom he won thirteen English league titles, five FA Cups, and the Champions League twice (1999, 2008)
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SIR Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho both encouraged Scott McTominay to play for Scotland rather than England, according to the player's grandfather.
SOCCER legend Sir Alex Ferguson and golf star Rory McIlroy will take to the stage next week for a charity fundraiser.
Leading By Sir Alex Ferguson with Sir Michael Moritz (sportsbookofthemonth.
Those who answer Sir Alex Ferguson would be right - the Richard Hannon-trained colt was indeed named by the ex-Manchester United boss, for whom the nickname Hairdryer was coined by former player Mark Hughes to denote the ferocity of his blast.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON raked in SIR ALEX FERGUSON raked in more than PS2million last year from his role as a global ambassador for Manchester United.
Neville, the former United full-back, was on the Red Devils' coaching staff last term as they struggled under Moyes before finishing the campaign seventh in the Premier League -a year after being crowned champions in Sir Alex Ferguson.
Moyes, who took over from Sir Alex Ferguson, was sacked in April when he was just 10 months into a six-year contract.
FORMER Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has attended a ceremony marking the renaming of a street in his honour near Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson unveils the street sign during a ceremony to mark the changing of the road name to Sir Alex > Ferguson Way, Trafford
Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has had a road named after him in honour of his achievements at the Old Trafford club.
YOU will not get many football fans agreeing with Pat Allen's description of Sir Alex Ferguson as a loud-mouthed bully boy football manager whose team cheated their way to the top (Letters, August 3).
DAVID BECKHAM and Sir Alex Ferguson are among the cast of celebrities making an appearance in the 75th anniversary issue of comic book The Beano, it has been revealed.