Former Germany goalkeeper Oliver Kahn thinks Sir Alex Ferguson has never forgiven him for snubbing the chance to join Manchester United.
Kahn told German fans' website Fanbookz that he had a "serious offer" from the Red Devils in 1994, but he instead opted to join Bayern Munich, with whom he played 14 seasons before retiring in 2008.
"Alex Ferguson has never forgotten that," Kahn said. "He still holds that against me to this day."
According to former United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, Kahn committed a cardinal sin.
"You never say no to Sir Alex," the Dane said on the same programme. "It would have been a good experience for Kahn (at United)."
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Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson recalled Alfredo Di Stefano's "wonderful balance and poise" as he paid tribute to the Real Madrid legend following his death.
Sir Alex told BBC Radio 5 live that Di Stefano "was without question in that group of great, great players".
"I had the pleasure as a young man of being influenced by the great Real Madrid and Di Stefano. His head was up all the time - he was a fantastic footballer", he said.
"For Real Madrid it is a terrible loss because his presence was always there."
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Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has returned to hometown of Glasgow to visit Southern General Hospital in his role as Unicef ambassador.
The retired Manchester United manager met new mother Rebecca Young and her twin boys Elliot and Sandy, along with nurses at the hospital to see how Unicef supports new families.
"As a father and grandfather, I value strong family relationships. Seeing this level of expertise at this hospital emphasises to me how important it is for mothers to have the vital support they need to help nurture their children and give them the best start in life," Sir Alex said.
The 72-year-old also met Kimberley Black, who has spent the last week in the hospital's neonatal unit with her 12-day-old son Jason.
The charity is working with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to promote its baby-friendly initiative 'Put Children First', which aims to improve health and reduce disease, poverty and exploitation among children.
Part of Sir Alex Ferguson's wine collection is expected to fetch around £3 million when it goes under the hammer next month, auction house Christie's says.
The collection features many fine and rare wines including Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Burgundies and many Finest First Growth Bordeaux, ranging in vintages from 1986 (the year he was appointed manager at Manchester United) to 2011.
The former Manchester United manager was known to invite opposition managers to share a bottle with him after games.
The wines will be offered at sales in Hong Kong on 24 May, London on 5 June and online only from 9 June to 23 June, they said.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is to take on a teaching role at Harvard Business School.
As the most successful manager in British footballing history, Sir Alex will be teaching US students taking a university course in 'The Business of Entertainment Media and Sport'.
He said: "I’m delighted to have the opportunity and privilege to contribute to such a respected centre of excellence.
"The time I have already spent at Harvard has been a stimulating experience and I look forward to developing my relationship and activities with the students, faculty and friends of the Harvard Business School community.”