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Alex Ferguson: What he said, really meant and definitely didn't

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Alex Ferguson updates his Manchester United legacy.

What he said:

“It is an insult to say that I left an ageing squad.Chelsea have seven players over 30 but nobody talks about them being an old team.”

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Sports

Everyone needs a coach

So says Bill Gates.  Organisations need a coaching culture. Managers need to be able to coach. The best teams have effective coaches.

All sensible advice. 555 more words

Learning

Nobody wins when sports stars attack those they acheive success with

Each year brings yet another revealing-must-have-warts and all autobiography from a sporting icon either retired, soon to pack it all in or in the cases of Messers Beckham and Owen, still safely in mid-career (cashing in whilst their celebrity stock is high).  284 more words

Unnecessary Book Update Does Ferguson’s Legacy No Favours

This week sees the updated release of Sir Alex Ferguson’s second autobiography, featuring a new chapter detailing his thoughts on the past fifteen or so months at Manchester United. 945 more words

Premier League

Ferguson: New Man Utd Boss Is Right For The Job

Legendary Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has declared that Louis van Gaal is the right man for the club going forward, as he stated in his updated autobiography, set to be released over the coming days. 177 more words

News

Fergie Playing Blame Game ?

So Alex Ferguson biography is out today named Alex Ferguson my auto biography one year on and in media outlets it is reported that Ferguson has said it is not all his fault for appointing David Moyes and the squad he left was not an antique squad with an average age of 24 but is this true of the manager who had 26 years of success with one of the biggest clubs in England. 644 more words

Manchester United

Fergie: West Ham were always lucky

Sir Alex Ferguson has stated in his autobiography that West Ham were always ‘lucky as hell’ against Manchester United in the past, and that the West Ham way is a ‘myth’. 169 more words