Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson

Fergie admits his wife is the real boss

Sir ALEX FERGUSON hopes to steer Manchester United three points closer to their 19th league title at Newcastle tonight - but does not expect any momento of the historic achievement in his Cheshire home if the Red Devils are eventually crowned champions.

Injuries increase significance of West Ham challenge for Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United's treble quest could hinge on the outcome of this lunchtime's visit to West Ham. Ferguson said earlier this week that emulating the heroes of 1999 would be far harder than completing the initial historic hat-trick was 12 years ago.

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Sir Alex denies conduct charge

MANCHESTER United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has denied a charge of improper conduct.

Sir Alex hails English feats

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson would not be surprised if English clubs dominated the Champions League again this season.

Sir Alex shocked as United are hammered by West Ham

Sir ALEX FERGUSON was shocked by the manner of Manchester United's Carling Cup exit at Upton Park last night.

Interview: Alex Ferguson, Manchester United manager

Rangers vs Man United Wednesday Sky Sports 1, 7:45pm

Ferguson says Busby-type role at Ibrox would be ideal for Smith

MANCHESTER UNITED manager Alex Ferguson believes Walter Smith should become Rangers' version of Sir Matt Busby when his friend brings to an end more than 14 years as manager and assistant at Ibrox.

The Rumour Mill: Tuesday's football news and gossip

In today's Rumour Mill: Celtic hold talks with French winger; McGhee adamant he'll stay in charge; ref-gate rumbles on; plus the rest of the day's football news and idle gossip.

Vote for Vidic

SIR ALEX FERGUSON is certain he got it right by naming Nemanja Vidic as Manchester United's new captain.

£150k per week keeps Rooney but club have been hurt says Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted Manchester United have been hurt by the Wayne Rooney affair, which ended yesterday with the striker signing a five-year contract extension that makes him the highest paid player in the club's history on a salary believed to be around £150,000 per week.

Dramatic u-turn as Wayne Rooney signs five-year deal

Wayne Rooney has agreed a new five-year contract with Manchester United, believed to be worth £150,000 per week, after receiving assurances from the Glazer family that they are committed to keeping Manchester United rolling in silverware.

Fergie rues misfortune

SIR ALEX FERGUSON has cited Edwin van der Sar's uncharacteristic howler against West Brom as the prime example of Manchester United's problems this season.

Ferguson at a loss over Rooney saga

Shell-shocked Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Wayne Rooney of failing to respect Manchester United.

Glenn Gibbons: Brews with Jock Stein were Alex Ferguson's cup of tea

No event could have provided a more appropriate - or poignant - reminder of the revolutionary changes in football in modern times than the recently-marked 25th anniversary of the death of Jock Stein.

Walter Smith could still change his mind about retiring, says old friend Sir Alex Ferguson

For most, the onset of retirement is something to cherish, but Sir Alex Ferguson maintains that his old friend Walter Smith will be wrestling with the same feelings that saw him pull back from the brink.

Aura of Manchester United is a factor for Rangers

NO matter how often you play Manchester United, the novelty doesn't wear off. When Rangers turn up at Old Trafford on Tuesday night for their opening match in Group C of the Champions League, it will be the seventh time in as many years that either half of the Old Firm has enjoyed the privilege.

The Rumour Mill: Wednesday's football news and transfer gossip

Jelavic saga far from settled; Motherwell furious with big-spending Cardiff; Stuttgart join race for Weiss; plus the rest of the day's news and gossip from the transfer market.

Alex Ferguson backs Carlos Queiroz over 'misconduct'

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has thrown his full support behind his former assistant Carlos Queiroz, who is fighting allegations of misconduct that could cost him his job as Portugal coach.

Sir Alex: 'Not England, I'm Scottish'

SIR Alex Ferguson has revealed he turned down the England manager's job because his Scottish origins made it impossible to accept the post.

Wayne felt a great weight

Sir Alex Ferguson claims the weight of expectation on Wayne Rooney was to blame for the striker's poor form at the World Cup.

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