The ex-United manager punched the air and took the applause as he enjoyed his first match at Old Trafford since his emergency brain surgery.Read the full story ›
The former Manchester United manager was speaking publicly for the first time since undergoing surgery for a brain haemorrhage.Read the full story ›
The 76-year-old former United manager is to continue his rehabilitation in hospital in Salford.Read the full story ›
Sir Alex, who is in intensive care after having brain surgery, is believed to have written the letter just days before brain haemorrage.Read the full story ›
The procedure has apparently gone "very well" but he needs a period of intensive care to optimise his recovery.Read the full story ›
Sir Alex Ferguson has described Arsene Wenger as "one of the greatest Premier League managers."Read the full story ›
Pep Guardiola is revelling in Man City's mastery of 'Fergie time' as his side once again struck late to continue their winning record.Read the full story ›
Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson says winning the Europa League should be the priority this season.
United are the favourites to win the one major European title they have never got their hands on.
In an interview with ESPN, Sir Alex said: "The thing is, we've never won the Europa League. We've never won (the) UEFA Cup, what it used to be. And we've got a great draw. I'm not saying it's a certainty, but they've got a great chance.
"If you win a trophy, it's important. It doesn't matter that it's not the Champions League - it's still a European trophy. And if you win it, you get into the Champions League. The incentive is greater to do that.
"And your CV gets bigger. If we won the Europa League? Fantastic. Add it to the European Cup, the Cup Winners' Cup, the Champions League - it's bigger and bigger. We also want to be the most successful club in England."
United take on Anderlecht in the quarter-finals of the competition next month.
Sir Alex Ferguson will make a cameo return to the Old Trafford dugout this summer after four years of retirement.
The long-time Manchester United boss will manage a United XI in Michael Carrick's testimonial against an All-Star XI led by another of the midfielder's former managers Harry Redknapp.
Sir Alex's side will see Edwin van der Sar, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs take the field as part of the 2008 Premier League and Champions League-winning squad.
Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Michael Owen will feature in the opposition.
Carrick said he was "honoured" to recruit Sir Alex for the day, adding: "He's the man who probably taught me to win."
Sir Alex Ferguson thinks Manchester United could win the title now that David de Gea has committed his future to the club.Read the full story ›