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Manchester United’s former coach Sir Alex Ferguson can talk now

May 9, 2018
Sir Alex Ferguson can talk now

Manchester United’s former coach Sir Alex Ferguson has undergone urgent surgery due to brain hemorrhage. On Saturday night, the surgery was successfully done.

England’s media say, on Tuesday it came back to the knowledge of his. In the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), the coach spoke to relatives and friends, the legendary Coach. Mirror says, after returning to knowledge, he wanted to know the result of Doncaster and Wigan Athletic FC Club match.

Family members want to know, ‘What is Doncaster’s match?’ Not only did it joke, I would go to the Champions League final on May 23 to see the final. Real Madrid and Liverpool. Players say they will be kept under observation for the next few days and it will take many more days to recover completely.

76-year-old Ferguson arrived in Old Trafford on Saturday in Manchester United and Arsenal. Before the start of the match, he handed Arsenal’s departure coach Arsen Wenger to a trophy. Ferguson retired from Manchester United’s job in May 2013.
The Scottish coach won 38 trophies in the 26-year coaching career at Old Trafford.

The most successful coach of British football is called Ferguson. He won 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League, five FA Cups and four League Cup titles for Manchester United. Ferguson’s treble victory in 1999, in the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League, is famous. That year he got the knighthood.