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  • My discipline may have cost United: Ferguson

    David Beckham, Roy Keane, Jaap Stam and Ruud van Nistelrooy were among the leading players who left the club after falling foul of Ferguson...

    “I place discipline above all else and it might have cost us several titles, ” Ferguson said in one of the extracts being released on United’s official Facebook page...

  • Giggs could have succeeded me as United manager: Alex Ferguson

    Ryan Giggs would have succeeded Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager if the winger had stopped playing at the age of 35 instead of continuing until he was 40, the Scotsman has said...

    Ferguson, who makes the comments in the documentary 'Sir Alex Ferguson: Secrets of Success', to be screened on BBC One on Oct...

  • Ferguson the ‘John Lennon of football’: Klopp

    Liverpool's Juergen Klopp described former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson as the “John Lennon of football” ahead of Sunday's Premier League meeting between the arch-rivals...

    Klopp's comments on the man who retired having fulfilled his long-standing ambition of knocking Liverpool “off their perch” will raise eyebrows on Merseyside, especially after he compared the Scotsman to the city's most famous son...

  • Klopp will do well at Liverpool: Alex Ferguson

    BERLIN: Borussia Dortmund boss Hans-Joachim Watzke and Sir Alex Ferguson are tipping Jurgen Klopp to bring success back to Liverpool, but legendary goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel says it won't be so easy...

    But legendary United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, who won 13 English titles between 1992 and 2013, predicts Liverpool could become pretenders to the Premier League crown under Klopp...

  • Ferguson reveals pursuit of Guardiola as United successor

    LONDON: Alex Ferguson lined up Pep Guardiola as his potential successor at Manchester United but the Spanish coach didn't call him before taking the Bayern Munich job...

    In his new book “Leading”, Ferguson said the club “established that several very desirable candidates were unavailable” before David Moyes was hired in 2013 for an unsuccessful 11-month spell in charge...

  • Ferguson reveals Rooney wage row, Balotelli interest

    LONDON: Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has revealed that he refused to allow Wayne Rooney to be paid more than him during a contract stand-off with the striker in 2010...

    But Ferguson reveals in his new book, ‘Leading’, which is released on Tuesday, that he engineered a deal of his own ensuring that no player could earn more than him, telling United’s owners the Glazer family and then-chief executive David Gill he ...

  • Time for Giggs to stand on his own feet: Ferguson

    LONDON: Ryan Giggs did the right thing leaving Manchester United, the club he served so loyally for nearly 30 years, his mentor Alex Ferguson said on Monday...

    Ferguson, 74, and who guided Giggs and United to 13 Premier League title successes, two Champions League wins, four FA Cup triumphs and four League Cup crowns before retiring in 2013, added he felt Giggs possessed the qualities to make it as a manager...

  • World of football unites to support Ferguson after emergency brain surgery

    MANCHESTER: The world of football was waiting for an update on the condition of British football’s most successful manager Alex Ferguson on Sunday, a day after the former Manchester United boss underwent emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage...

    Social media continued to be awash with tributes and get-well messages for the 76-year-old Ferguson, who was in intensive care late on Saturday according to a statement from United...

  • Rattled Rashid okay after Ferguson blow

    Afghanistan’s brightest cricket star failed an initial concussion test on Saturday after being hit on the helmet by New Zealand speedster Lockie Ferguson and took no further part in his team’s seven-wicket loss at the World Cup...

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  • New Zealand need Ferguson boost: Vettori

    CHESTER-LE-STREET: New Zealand sorely missed Lockie Ferguson in Wedne­sday’s comprehensive defeat by England and need the right-arm quick back to lift their bowling in the semi-finals of the World Cup, former captain Daniel Vettori has said...

    England got off to a flying start and were 194 for one in 30 overs before a New Zealand attack minus Ferguson, who sat out with a tightness in hamstring, somewhat arrested the run flow to...

  • Ferguson not expecting to make India Test series

    WELLINGTON: Fast bowler Lockie Ferguson is not expecting to be picked in New Zealand’s Test squad on Monday for the series against India as he recovers from a calf injury that ruined his debut against Australia late last year...

    Ferguson broke down after bowling just 11 overs in the first Test in Perth and has been working his way back to fitness for Auckland in domestic cricket...

  • Karachi costliest, Lahore cheapest city: State Bank of Pakistan

    KARACHI: Dispelling the impression that Islamabad is Pakistan’s costliest city, Karachi has emerged as the most expensive metropolis in the country while Lahore is the least expensive...

    According to State Bank’s Inflation Monitor, June 2016, inflation in Karachi – once known as a poor man’s city – has been at its highest level during the year, leaving the capital city of Islamabad way behind...

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