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Sir Alex Ferguson to retire in summer

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Fergie to retire

 

Now the speculation as to his successor can really get going.

 

Moyes favourite apparently.

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very sad day for football indeed

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the best football manager we are ever likely to see

 

 

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I was listening to some so called football "experts" on R5 last night stating that there was no way he was going to be retiring. :roll:

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I'm not a football fan, but I recognise his achievements and what a great manager he's been. He seems to be so well respected and in spite of the irritable manner he sometimes displays there is something very likeable about him.

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Love him or hate him hes a legend, and English football will be very different without him.

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Like him or not you cannot argue with his record.

 

He should start doing adverts for Wrigleys though there is a money spinner he hasn't tapped into.

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Massive boots to fill for somebody now.I like moyes but i think the jobs too big for him,mouriniho only bloke for me.[unless he takes the blades job first]

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Fergie to retire

 

Now the speculation as to his successor can really get going.

 

Moyes favourite apparently.

 

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!! :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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very sad day for football indeed

 

He's retiring not died, I mean come on he's 71 time the old sod retired, he's got now't else left to prove.

 

He has been a great manager, but perhaps now football will get back to near enough 90 mins, at OT instead of the normal play till they score again.

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He's retiring not died, I mean come on he's 71 time the old sod retired, he's got now't else left to prove.

 

He has been a great manager, but perhaps now football will get back to near enough 90 mins, at OT instead of the normal play till they score again.

 

whatever :loopy::loopy:

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