Sir Alex Ferguson

  Al94 09:23 AM 08 May 13

It has just been announced that he is to retire at the end of this season.

  Woolwell 09:25 AM 08 May 13

You'll need a link to confirm that.

  Al94 09:31 AM 08 May 13

Will this do? Man United

  Quickbeam 09:36 AM 08 May 13

No, they don't say much about it on that site without looking hard.

BBC site

  Al94 09:40 AM 08 May 13

Or here as you need to sign up to the official site enter link description here

  Woolwell 09:42 AM 08 May 13

It's now on Sky Sports News. Expect the news stories to be dominated by this for the next 24 hours.

  mart7 09:42 AM 08 May 13

hes definitely retired short statement given out on radio

  Quickbeam 09:44 AM 08 May 13

"Expect the news stories to be dominated by this for the next 24 hours."


  Bing.alau 10:47 AM 08 May 13

It now looks as if my team will be losing their manager too. If only he had got the financial support at Goodison that he will be getting at Old Trafford. We could have been tops for years now. He would have eclipsed Fergie even.

I'm taking it for granted that we will be losing David Moyes as he's been the number one candidate to replace Fergie for a few years now.

  michaelw 11:04 AM 08 May 13

Why wasn't he offered the England manager's job?

  Aitchbee 11:06 AM 08 May 13

It'll be the 'end of an era' ... in the promotional chewing-gum, bubble-blowin' industry, sadly; but, Sir Alex's mouth will be 'all the better for it', I reckon ;o]


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