Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson launched his autobiography today, which lifts the lid on his relationship with the club and some of its famous players.
He told ITV News' Mark Austin that the cult of celebrity prevented David Beckham from becoming a footballing legend.
He also spoke about influence of massive player salaries on the game and said "somewhere along the line, the game will get a rude awakening".
On his successor, David Moyes, Sir Alex said that the "hard-working" manager "would be given time" to get things right at United.
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