Alex Ferguson

Manchester United's 'Loyal' Fans Ought to Be Ashamed of Themselves

Jamie Spencer | Posted 10.06.2015 | UK Sport
Jamie Spencer

It took some time for van Gaal to figure things out and to imprint his own style on the squad, but it's now starting to pay off and further improvement will continue to follow. What would have happened in the unlikely event that the club hierarchy had listened to the ridiculous calls to swing the axe?

Alex Ferguson - The Tywin Lannister of Old Trafford

Neil Gibb | Posted 25.06.2014 | UK Sport
Neil Gibb

This was not an episode from HBOs much anticipated Season 4 of Game of Thrones though, but the real live drama unfolding at Manchester United as David Moyes was sacked and the battle for his successor starts to take place.

David Moyes (P)out

Nicolas Berg | Posted 26.05.2014 | UK Sport
Nicolas Berg

Apart from his first couple of games, which included a Community Shield victory and a perfect start of the season away at Swansea, David Moyes has struggled ever since in his reign at United. And in hindsight of the two embarrassing losses against City and Liverpool, both by a 3-0 scoreline, a decision is, for me, inevitable. He must depart and here are nine reasons why.

Six Infamous Manager Meltdowns

Chris Deeley | Posted 21.05.2014 | UK Sport
Chris Deeley

Yes, this year's been controversy-rich already, but Pellegrini and even Mourinho have a way to go to catch up with those on this list...

Keane v Vieira

Iddo Goldfarb | Posted 15.03.2014 | UK Sport
Iddo Goldfarb

Anyone catch that Keane v Vieira documentary the other week? If you've watched any football on ITV recently, you'll have seen national village idiot Adrian Chiles repeatedly flatulating over it like some sort of gammon whoopee cushion, each time turning to simper at sweet-tempered Roy with the distinct air of a man doing everything in his meagre powers to avoid having his intestines used to hoist the boom.

Manchester United Should Have Turned to Mourinho Not Moyes

Tim Bradley | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Sport
Tim Bradley

Currently suffering their poorest start to a Premier League season on record, it's fair to say that even those who criticised the managerial appointment of David Moyes (and there were plenty of them) wouldn't have predicted United would be languishing in ninth position with more than a third of the season gone.

REVIEW: Beckham And The Boys Remember 'The Class Of 92'

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 01.02.2014 | UK Entertainment

All eyes were on Victoria Beckham at the weekend's premiere of 'Class of '92' - testifying to her unrivalled position as the original, and still the f...

Tory Complains Bercow Giving Miliband Fergie Time At PMQs

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.11.2013 | UK Politics

The deputy Conservative chief Whip has accused the Commons Speaker of letting prime minister's questions run long to give Labour MPs an unfair chance ...

Fergie - Great Football Manager, Terribly Flawed Man.

Kanmi Iyanda | Posted 26.12.2013 | UK Sport
Kanmi Iyanda

On the Beckham issue, one just has to laugh. What was the point of digging all that up in such a negative way? Why do a hatchet job in the book and then try to make amends in the book launch, by stating the obvious? Why bring his wife, Victoria, into it?

LOOK: A Sneak Peek Inside Sir Alex Ferguson's Autobiography

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.10.2013 | UK Comedy

(Created for HuffPost UK Comedy by Stephen Grant, David Schneider and David Beresford)...

What Can We Learn From Football Managers?

Dr Steve McCabe | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Sport
Dr Steve McCabe

There can be little argument that Alex Ferguson's tenure at Manchester united will be remembered as one in which he took a club that was still trading on past glories ("all fur coat and no knickers") and fashioned it a brand that was dominant on and off the pitch.

On the Merry-Go-Round That Is Football Management

Chris Mayhew | Posted 28.07.2013 | UK Sport
Chris Mayhew

If there was one club that summed up how farcical the situation has become in recent years then it would be Blackburn Rovers.

The Week That Was: A Harsh Dose of Reality

Carla Buzasi | Posted 18.07.2013 | UK
Carla Buzasi

Political apathy is at unheard of levels and a solution is desperately needed. As we commence the stop-start road to the next election, the leading parties are lurching towards their particular ends of the political spectrum. This is a desperate attempt to appease their core voters, which will probably end up losing everyone else along the way. Ukip might be flavour of the month, or at least in England, but at least they're getting the population fired up about politics again.

The Week In Photos - Vote On Your Favourite Pictures

Elliot Wagland, Tahira Mirza, Matthew Tucker | Posted 17.05.2013 | UK

The best pictures of the week are chosen by YOU voting on our interactive slideshow. The King of the football pitch, his royal sportiness David Bec...

Celebrating Alex Ferguson: Is It Championing Success Over Decency?

Michael MacLennan | Posted 14.07.2013 | UK Sport
Michael MacLennan

If this was a political leader being talked about then the current appraisal of Sir Alex's achievements would be nothing less than a whitewash, with dissenters seemingly shoved off to the side of any major media outlets.

The Wit And Wisdom Of Sir Alex Ferguson: 28 Funny Quotes

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.05.2013 | UK Comedy

The Manchester United legend is retiring at the age of 71 - and during his years as manager he entertained us not only with his team's performance, bu...

PICTURES: Which Actor Should Play Fergie On Film?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.07.2013 | UK Entertainment

The ink is not yet dry on Sir Alex Ferguson's leaving card, but talk has already turned to who should play the Manchester United legend when his life ...

Alex Ferguson Is an Alpha-Male Primate and This Is Why He Was a Great Manager

Professor Ian Robertson | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK Sport
Professor Ian Robertson

The power and prestige which Ferguson accumulated over his years at Manchester United built all these capacities in him, leading to his team's huge success. But the more successful he became, the bigger the egos he had to deal with among his millionaire players. Success, like power, is a strong drug which inflates egos and can distort judgment and personality.

Why Ferguson's Retirement Could be Great for The Premier League

Luke Hurst | Posted 08.07.2013 | UK Sport
Luke Hurst

It is going to be fascinating to see who replaces Ferguson, but this is not a story that will go away quickly. The unknown trajectory of the future of Manchester United will keep us entertained for years.

What Fergie Could Do Next

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.05.2013 | UK Comedy

As Fergie announces his retirement, we consider the future career paths now open to the Manchester United manager... (Created for HuffPost UK Comed...

Latest Odds On Fergie's Successor

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 08.05.2013 | UK Comedy

So Fergie is leaving Manchester United - but who will replace him as manager? We've got the latest odds: (Odds obtained for HuffPost UK Comedy by...

Ed Miliband Tweets Fergie's Obituary

The Huffington Post UK | Tom Moseley | Posted 08.05.2013 | UK Politics

Ed Miliband has paid an emotional tribute to Alex Ferguson, saying he "will never be forgotten." The Labour leader was the first political lead...

The Softer Side Of Fergie (PICTURES)

Tahira Mirza | Posted 08.05.2013 | UK Sport

As Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement after a mammoth 26-and-a-half-years in charge of Manchester United, many will remember him as the heart ...

Sir Alex Ferguson Retires: Fergie's Manchester United Career In Pictures

Elliot Wagland | Posted 08.05.2013 | UK Sport

Sir Alex Ferguson has announced he will retire as Manchester United manager at the end of the season. “The decision to retire is one that I have ...

Luis Suarez: Dealing With a Cannibal

Jim Smallman | Posted 22.06.2013 | UK Comedy
Jim Smallman

Thing is, when Luis Suarez decided to bite Branislav Ivanovic, he wasn't exactly on my list of favourite footballers. Even before his impression of a petulant toddler that hasn't been allowed a biscuit, he was already a deplorable human being.