Sir Alex Ferguson- Former Football Coach (In a Nutshell)
- Sir Alex Ferguson was born in Scotland on December 31st, 1941.
- He Coached Manchester United from 1986-2013.
- Ferguson is still universally thought of as perhaps the best coach in any team sport, even today!
- “I’ve never played for a draw in my life.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
- “One of the things I always thought about as a young coach was finding solutions to things that happened, but the most important thing I always referred to was never giving in.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson- Former Football Coach (Nitty Gritty)
- “Well, football is a hard game; there’s no denying it. It’s a game that can bring out the worst in you, at times.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
- “Football management is such a pressurised thing – horseracing is a release. I’m learning to play the piano – I’m quite determined – it’s another release from the pressure of my job.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
- “The culmination of three trophies was the pinnacle of my career and it has been rewarded with a knighthood.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson- Former Football Coach (A Lateral Thinker)
- “Myths grow all the time. If I was to listen to the number of times I’ve thrown teacups then we’ve gone through some crockery in this place. It’s completely exaggerated, but I don’t like people arguing back with me.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
- “I do believe in fate.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
- “Human beings of today are more fragile, whereas people born in wartime, during the Second World War, eventually became the great players like Pele. They were fantastic players.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson- Former Football Coach (Final Thoughts)
- “I feel sympathy for the working class lad. I’ve always championed about ticket prices and try to equate that to people’s salaries.”- Sir Alex Ferguson
- “The work of a team should always embrace a great player but the great player must always work.”- Sir Alex Ferguson