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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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"That led to me joining Barnsley, where I was alongside my former Partick Thistle team-mate, Martin Ferguson, Sir Alex's brother.
But rumours began to circulate about the 76-year-old's health after Doncaster manager Darren Ferguson, Sir Alex's son, did not attend his side's final match of the League One season against Wigan because of what was reported as a "severe family issue".
Ex-x-Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Alex Ferguson, Rangers manager Ally manager Ally McCoist and former Scotland coach Craig former Scotland coach Craig Brown attended a service in Brown attended a service in his honour at Wellington his honour at Wellington Parish Church in Glasgow.