Sir Alex Ferguson is a legend in the pantheon of the greatest managers in the history of world soccer. He has won five FA Cups, four League Cups, 10 Community Shields, two Champions League titles, and a whopping 12 Premier League titles. Today, however, in what was one of the biggest Premier League games of his career, he killed his team's chance of taking a 13th. His squad selection for the Manchester Derby at the Etihad Stadium was, in a word, baffling.
Sir Alex Ferguson will retire at the end of the season with his status as a legend of the modern game already secured. The 71-year-old Scot has won 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups and two UEFA Champions League crowns in a gli... Read Post
Over the past 25 years, Sir Alex Ferguson has led Manchester United to an almost unimaginable number of trophies. Twelve Premier Leagues, five FA Cups, two Champions Leagues, four League Cups, 10 Community Shields, a UEFA Cup Winner... Read Post
Eric Cantona was only a Manchester United player for a relatively short time. But it was long enough to earn his place in the club's history. In five years, he won four Premier League titles and two league and club doubles—despite s... Read Post