Sir Alex Ferguson to retire from management at Manchester United?

Sir Alex Ferguson is considering retirement, could be officially announced as soon as this weekend after 26 years in charge at Manchester United.

The Telegraph are first to report that the 71-year-old could announce plans to step down by the end of the week with an announcement due at Manchester United’s final game at Old Trafford this coming Sunday against Swansea City.

The club is yet to comment on the speculation, but rumours that the players and staff found out today on a golfing day in Manchester.

Sir Alex Ferguson lead Manchester United to their 20th league title, and their 13th during his reign at Old Trafford.

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  1. I’ve been saying to my son who is a , like me, a proud 4th generation red , the only person I’ve ever said to my son that I would love to see succeed SAF whenever he retires Is David Moyles. , Moyles Is a perfect age, he’s living nearby, he knows the premiership inside out and is working wonders with Everton on a shoe string budget, Moyles , like the kegendry SAF is a manager who would stay at UTD , like SAF for a decade or two , hes at Everton for 12 years nearly and his new contract talks have stopped, I think that it’s no coincidence that this ‘all of a sudden news’ that SAF will retire this or next week , comes at a time that Moyles could become available . He could walk straight in to UTD , as a fellow Scot, he’s proven his loyalty to a club by staying at Everton so long despite difficult financial constraints , along with him coming , no doubt he would want fellani and baines to come join him at UTD , these players have been on utd’s radar for a long time and would fit straight into utd’s style of okay just like RVP did, bringing in a foreign manager to me would be a bad move as is proven time and time again, as they don’t know the hard style of the premiership , that’s my point and show me yours

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