Thursday, 22 April 2010
All good things must come to an end, even in football, and next summer it looks like one of the greatest managerial reigns the game has seen will finally come to an end.
It hasn’t been confirmed and remains in the realms of tabloid tittle tattle, but if the rumours are true then Sir Alex Ferguson will be hanging hang up the hairdryer for good and will vacate the Man United hot seat that has been his own since 1986.
The timing would certainly make sense, at nearly 70 Fergie is already a veteran and has called off his retirement once already. With his team one win title away from becoming the most successful English domestic side – something the betting odds suggest could happen this season – it would be a fitting way to bow out.
Read the rest of this entry.