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The Fergie Era Is Coming To An End

Darren Ferguson claims his father might retire at the end of next season, particularly if he manages to overhaul Liverpool's record of 18 league titles. United have 17 and are still on course for the 18th despite two consecutive defeats.

'His health is fine and he's building a new team,' said Darren.

'If they win this year then they catch Liverpool in terms of titles won.

'I can see him doing this year and next - and then that might be it for him.'


Well, Fergie always insisted he wouldn't stay beyond his 70th birthday so it's nothing new really.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 27 2009

Time: 12:36PM

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one fine day,he will step down,it would be sad but we would have to replace him with a person who would command respect in the dressing room,keep united's attacking football in mind,cope with the media and mind games of his rivals plus having some experience at the highest level.These all things make fergie so special and at the same time its these all qualities that would make it hard to replace him.I know my fellow utd friends won't be happy with my choice but for me jose mourinho is the name.
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one fine day,he will step down,it would be sad but we would have to replace him with a person who would command respect in the dressing room,keep united's attacking football in mind,cope with the media and mind games of his rivals plus having some experience at the highest level.These all things make fergie so special and at the same time its these all qualities that would make it hard to replace him.I know my fellow utd friends won't be happy with my choice but for me jose mourinho is the name.
abmutd
 

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