HARD TO FERGET
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed his best and worst moments from his 26 years in charge of Manchester United.
The greatest manager of all time had a few lows but mainly highs during his historic spell as boss of the Red Devils.
Ferguson told the club website: “There are always going to be regrets, but the thing is always to look forward.
“Tomorrow’s another day. I always did when we lost a game. The next day was better, without question.
“But in terms of the regrets, the 1994 team I had, the back four all seemed to grow old together, and that’s a terrible thing to happen to the manager because these guys were fantastic for me.”
Reflecting on his best moment, Ferguson said: “Oh, the day we won the league for the first time. God almighty! I couldn’t get out the car park.
“There were thousands of them. I went there in the afternoon because they wanted a photograph taken with the trophy and I went there at about 3pm.
“There were thousands there and I couldn’t get out of my car, they were engulfing me. It was unbelievable.”