Exclusive Information about Sir Alex Ferguson’s 26 years at Manchester United

Exclusive Information about Sir Alex Ferguson’s 26 years at Manchester United

6th November 1986 is the special day in the history of Manchester United Football Club. Sir Alex Ferguson took charge of Manchester United Football Club on 6th November 1986.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s Timeline at Manchester United

Sir Alex Ferguson’s 1st match as a Manchester United manager was against Oxford United

37 Major trophies (12 Premier League titles, 2 Champions League wins, 5 FA Cups, 4 League Cups)

3 Trophies in the 1998-99 treble

Sir Alex Ferguson’s 1st training session with Manchester United Football Club

45 Manchester United’s longest unbeaten run in all competitions under Ferguson

9-0 Manchester United’s biggest win underFerguson, against Ipswich Town at Old Trafford in 1995

6-1 Ferguson’s heaviest defeat, last season at home to Manchester City

26 Years Manchester United were waiting for a league title beforeFerguson’s first in 1993

Sir Alex Ferguson won 37 trophies with Manchester United

3 “Years of excuses and it’s still crap … TA RA FERGIE”, a banner seen at Old Trafford in December 1989

£30.75m Paid to Tottenham Hotspur for the services of Dimitar Berbatov in 2008, a club record fee

£80m Received from Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo, a world record.

£625,000 Spent on Denis Irwin, regarded byFerguson as his greatest signing ‘pound for pound’

£60,000 Ferguson’s estimated annual salary when he joined in 1986

£5m His current annual salary

Sir Alex Ferguson celebrateing 26 years as Manchester United manager

7 Years without giving interviews to the BBC after a controversial Panorama investigation into his son Jason

14 The number of managers to have occupied the Manchester City dugout whileFerguson has been at United

17 Games missed byFerguson due to touchline bans

More Information : Daily Mail

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