Risheek Mukherjee, New Delhi :
Sir Alex Ferguson Spotted for his 80th birthday in Old Trafford : The new year has already started with a bang. Sir Alex Ferguson got to celebrate his 80th birthday in Old Trafford stadium. Sir Alex Ferguson who has had a commendable career as a manger and has able to hook a nail in wall as one of the mightiest legacies football has ever seen.
The legend himself was spotted for his 80th birthday in Old Trafford Stadium as an attendee. The victory for Manchester United was a cherry on the cake for his birthday.
As the fans had unveiled a huge banner to wish the Sir Alex Ferguson a happy birthday. The defeat of Burnley against the Red Devils had been mot only gift for his birthday but also a New Year Eve gift to him.
Ferguson Was Borm in Glasgow in the 1941 (Sir Alex Ferguson Spotted for his 80th birthday in Old Trafford)
Born in Glasgow in the 1941, Ferguson had had a respectable and distinguished career as a player. But even we know the boost and the appraisals began after his management style for Manchester United.
But before managing United he started his managing career for East Stirlingshire in the year 1974. Sooner in 1978 he took over at Aberdeen where he created the most successful period ever.
Seeing his spectacular performance Manchester United gave him a call, and hence his legacy began.
Little did he know that his period in Manchester United would give him a worldwide recognition and will earn him the international renown as one of the greatest managers of all time. After a few tweaks Ferguson turned United into an utterly dominant force in English football.
Under his guidance Manchester United won 22 domestic trophies (Sir Alex Ferguson Spotted for his 80th birthday in Old Trafford)
The time period in United that almost lasted three decades, he made it possible to establish a dynasty that the world of football had rarely seen, and perhaps will ever see again.
Under his guidance Manchester United won 22 domestic trophies, along with two Champions League, one European Super Cup, one European Cup winners’ Cup, one International Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup.
The impact he had on British football can’t be underestimated. His class of and his status was unmatched with any other. The Scot is regarded as one of the greatest managers of all time following a 27- year stint at Old Trafford.
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