1999 really was a special year with the Red Devils treble success and SIr Alex’s favourite vintage: Romanee-Conti ’99
Sir Alex Ferguson is auctioning his £3million collection of vintage wine which he amassed as a way to take his mind off the pressures of being a football manager, it emerged today.
Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson feels his side are beginning to build some momentum after a 1-0 home win against Coventry.
The Bluebirds are six points adrift of safety with five games left – their Norwegian manager has found it hard to rest ahead of Saturday’s trip to Southampton
Former chairman Freddy Shepherd reveals there were talks with the Old Trafford manager’s advisors during the 1996-97 season
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has backed stand-in boss Barry Ferguson to keep the club in the Championship.
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has offered words of empathy to United counterpart David Moyes ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg in Munich.
Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson reckons the best is yet to come from 30-goal hot-shot Britt Assombalonga.
Blackpool caretaker boss Barry Ferguson remains confident his side are good enough to avoid relegation despite their miserable form continuing with a 3-1 defeat to Derby.
Alex Ferguson is gone and his golden era has been replaced by defeat and a mounting sense of crisis. Many blame David Moyes, others the club’s billionaire owners. …
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Luke Gale scored a hat-trick as Bradford temporarily put aside their Super League troubles to ease into the fifth round of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup with a 60-6 success over Oldham.
FOOTBALL fans vied for the best joke on Twitter at the expense of Sir Alex Ferguson after the former Manchester United boss took up a teaching position at Harvard.
Sir Alex Ferguson has a new job – as lecturer at Harvard University. Ferguson will lecture to senior executives from around the world as part of ‘The Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports’ programme.
Yes, they chased shadows; okay, they defended at home like an away team clinging to a lead, but they also restored some pride, writes Oliver Holt
It is an outcome that his predecessor would have spat at but it was one that David Moyes would always have taken, because the consequences of something more serious really did not bear contemplation.
Sky Sports News understands Blackpool will not appoint a permanent manager until the end of the season, unless they become embroiled in a relegation battle.
The recent Clasico — soon to be replayed as a Copa del Rey final — was so exciting that, with due respect to Chelsea and Manchester United, the ideal Champions League summit would probably involve either Barcelona or Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Bayern coach doesn’t understand criticism of Ferguson Guardiola: ‘I’m happy Liverpool are coming back’ …