Sir Alex Ferguson is a Manchester United legend well known for his great achievements while he was the boss at Old Trafford. But surprisedly he was also known for his fiery anger.
Ferguson’s anger could also be seen in his competitive personality at Old Trafford, where he enjoyed a long spell of success while handling the club. He won a total of 13 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups, and 2 Champions League trophies. The rage of the former coach was always felt in the dressing room, especially if a player or the team was poor on the field. But a press officer has recently made it known that his anger usually goes beyond the players.
It has been revealed now that Sir Alex Ferguson, the Man UTD’s legend mastered the art of man-management in the midst of smashed glasses, angry wives and drunk clients at a rough Glasgow pub, in a fresh biography name Bottled written Benjamin Roberts which is all about long association of football with football. In the biography Robert has written how Fergie master the art of removing the culture of drinking at Man UTD.
Fergie has been one of the best managers in football after winning trophies in compare to others and this includes two Champions Leagues and 13 Premier League titles. Fergie was known for discipline he use to maintain discipline in his team as well as his hair dryer treatment and his ability to put arms round players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Eric Cantona.
Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that his inspiration comes from former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. He said that he is the best manager has ever worked with and that he wants to emulate him in terms of his career.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said that it is very exciting for him to be managing Manchester United and that he wants to build a team that resembles the one that played under the Scottish manager.
Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has his seat on hold at Old Trafford ahead of the club’s game against Leicester City in the season opener. The Red Devils will host the Foxes on August 10 when the season kicks off. The club is hoping Ferguson would be well enough to attend the opener.
The legendary coach suffered a stroke in May but he has recovered. He made his first appearance this week since the potentially fatal incident. He was featured in a video message where he thanked NHS staff for their efforts in saving his life.