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Manager of Manchester United Football Club

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Sir Alexander Chapman "Alex" Ferguson, Kt, CBE, is popularly known as Sir Alex or Fergie. Ferguson is a Scottish football manager and former player, currently managing Manchester United, where he has been in charge since 1986. Ferguson previously managed East Stirlingshire and St. Mirren, before a highly successful period as manager of Aberdeen. Briefly manager of the Scotland national team – in a temporary capacity owing to the death of Jock Stein – he was appointed manager of Manchester United in November 1986.

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 I would totally agree that we would have preferred last night's game to finish in 90 minutes and I have always said teams don't get the proper help when they are in Europe. Having to play Sunday lunchtime after a Thursday game is not fair but it happens time and again when we see repeatedly teams abroad being allowed to bring games forward to suit their programme. That is a fact. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson on Liverpool's match against Chelsea / April 30, 2010
 Wayne [Rooney] did his groin on Thursday. We were doing simple possession exercises and he tweaked his groin. We got him out training on Friday and he tried it, but it wasn’t good enough. We have to look at maybe two or three weeks. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson confirming Wayne Rooney's injury that will keep him out of action for two or three weeks / April 25, 2010
 I must say the finish was absolutely brilliant, To have the audacity to try that at the stage of the game tells you about his courage. Not many players would have tried that, particularly from such a tight angle. It was fantastic – 10 out of 10 for doing it. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson saying Nani's finish was absolutely brilliant / April 24, 2010
 I have no intention of retiring and if I did the people I would tell are (chief executive) David Gill and the Glazer family. As far as I'm concerned this is a load of nonsense 
— Sir Alex Ferguson has no intention to retire as Manchester United Boss at the end of next season / April 23, 2010
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 There is no doubt about it. They were never getting through that tie. With 11 men, we had no problem. The young boy showed a bit of inexperience, but they got him sent off, everyone sprinted towards the referee - typical Germans. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson blaming Bayern Munich players after Manchester United's exit from Champions League / April 07, 2010

 It is hard to digest something like that. It was a top performance. In one way you could say we have thrown it away; in another you could argue we were very unlucky. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson after their match against Bayern Munich / April 07, 2010
 He got a knock which was similar to last week. It is a burst blood vessel below the ankle. He won't be out for too long. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson on Wayne Rooney's availability for Manchester United / April 07, 2010
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 He had a training session yesterday and did everything we could have asked of him. The medical people thought there was no danger, other than he might feel it in the second-half, so we felt it was worth the risk. Unfortunately he went over on the ankle again. There were a couple of challenges on him and I don't think he got any protection from the referee but it is not too serious. I don't think he will be ready for Sunday but he should be available for next week. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson saying Wayne Rooney will be available for Manchester United next week / April 07, 2010
 I didn't expect anything to happen to Steven Gerrard. It (the disciplinary panel) is a dysfunctional unit. I don't know what they are doing. 
— Sir Alex Ferguson / March 19, 2010
 I don't think he should have played [on Wednesday]. It is his own enthusiasm that has caused it. His problem is that he can't say no, 
— Sir Alex Ferguson saying Wayne Rooney is to be blamed for his injury / March 06, 2010

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