Feeling the Most Important Sir Alex at United

Sir Alex Ferguson reveals one of the secrets behind his success with Manchester United. According to Ferguson, in a club, the manager must be the most important figure.

Ferguson deal with Manchester United since 1986. In the past 25 years, this Scottish man has been offered 12 Premier League titles, five FA Cup trophies, two Champions League titles, and several other trophies.

During menukangi The Red Devils, Ferguson is known as a stern manager. He did not hesitate to kick players who are considered rebellious, even if the player’s star status. The case of Gordon Strachan, Paul Ince, Jaap Stam, Dwight Yorke, David Beckham, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Gabriel Heinze is up to the proof.

Although often lose a star, under the leadership of Ferguson’s Manchester United proved to remain competitive. This is because players are not the most important figure at Old Trafford.

“I say to the directors 15 years ago, maybe more than 15 years ago: You have to remember that the most important man at Manchester United is the manager,” Ferguson said in an interview with the New York Times.

“When a footballer is more important than the manager, then your club will die. The history of this club will be in vain,” he added.

“I am the most important man at Manchester United,” claims the man is 70 years.

Furthermore, Ferguson believes that no one else can follow in his footsteps memanajeri a big club like Manchester United take up to 25 years.

“I think no one will ever do. I am the phenomenon,” he said.

“I certainly weakened. That’s for sure. I am more fragile today than 25 years ago,” said the man who was recently awarded the FIFA Presidential Award.


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