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Sir Alex Ferguson retires as manager of Manchester United


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Sir Alex Ferguson will step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the season after 26 years in charge.


The Scot, 71, has won 38 trophies for the club and will now become a director and ambassador.

His haul includes 13 league titles, two Champions League crowns, five FA Cups and four League Cups.



Ferguson will stay at Manchester United as director of the club.

Rumors are that the successor is already known but only will be announced after the last match under Ferguson, which is against West Bromwich on May 19th.

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What a great carreer, so many titles, a great manager!


Mourinho to Old Trafford?

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C. Ancelloti will probably leave Paris S.G him too at the end of the french championship.. So, that could be a possibility for Man Utd!!

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Carlo Ancelotti = PSG to Real Madrid ( Been Manager at most of the best teams in europe )


Pepe Guardiola = Bayern Munich ( Coming back from his break)


David Moyes= Everton to Man Utd (Fergie a big fan off his he will get final say who they get)


Jose Mourinho = Real Madrid to Chelsea ( looks like he might be back at chelsea )


Roberto Martinez = Wigan to Everton ( Would be perfect for Everton if moyes goes) 

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