Sir Alex Ferguson retires

With United apparently going backwards, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Spurs and Liverpool are all making inroads. Looking at United and those clubs' transfer dealings in the summer, there is more evidence of shifting tides.
With the dust only just settling on the most illustrious managerial career in football, it's been hard to find a bad word written about Sir Alex Ferguson. However, now he's officially retired, the time has come to examine some of his lesser moments.
There are many great Britons who in the eyes of Winston Churchill, 'made the weather,' on route to their success. There is only one great Briton though who has been able to make time, specifically 'Fergie time'.
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David Moyes arrived with Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United's Carrington training complex, with kitman Albert Morgan
Sir Alex Ferguson's watch has finally stopped, the Fergie time is up and the legendary Manchester United manager has now
Sir Alex Ferguson's 1,500th and final match in charge as Manchester United manager ended in enthralling fashion as West Bromwich
It's the story of a man... of obsession... of Manchester United. Forget The Great Gatsby: this is The Great Fergie. (Video
Sir Alex Ferguson received a hairdryer cake from long suffering daily newspaper reporters on Friday after his last press
A year ago I was extremely fortunate to commentate on the dramatic and historic moment when Manchester City grabbed the Barclays Premier League crown with virtually the last kick of the season. I was very proud to play a smaller role in the exceptional Sky Sports coverage of Sir Alex Ferguson's last home game as Manchester United's manager.