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Ferguson 'I'm Staying'

Ferguson 'I'm Staying'

Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed speculation about his future and insists he is as 'committed as ever' to achieving success at Old Trafford.

Fergie: 'One thing you can be certain of is that, despite some people suggesting my time is up as manager of United, I'm determined to carry on and will stay until I am happy this club is back on track.

'It won't be easy because the standard in the Premiership is higher than it has ever been, not just at the top with Chelsea but all the way down to the teams fighting to stay up.

'I am unbowed, though - as fit and committed as ever - and I look forward to taking Manchester United forward again in 2006.

'I'm happy to say the players are working hard and are in the mood to turn things around.

'We are in a rebuilding phase and it takes time - but I think that we are getting there.

'We have more senior men back now so the young ones don't have to carry the banner alone.

'I'm looking forward to 2006 more than ever because I feel we're at the point of turning things round after a difficult year.'

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Writer:Cantona
Date:Monday December 26 2005
Time: 12:58PM

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Sir Alex has undoubtedly been the best manager in Manchester United's history, he has transformed the club into a worldwide club with an excellent worldwide repuation, winning 8 Premiership titles in under 12 seasons, along with a famous treble in 1999. I think Sir Alex should be the manager of Manchester United for life. Manchester United should offer him a lifelong contract with the club until he decides that his health comes first or when he passes away.
stewartlee
27/12/2005 22:14:00
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