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Alex Ferguson (IV)

Alex Ferguson played professional football from 1957 to 1974, all for Scottish clubs, before becoming even more famous as a manager. He was the manager of St Mirren from 1974 to 1978 and won the Cup Winners Cup in 1983 with Aberdeen. He was nicknamed "Furious Fergie" while he was managing Aberdeen. He also managed the Scotland team at the 1986 ... See full bio »

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UEFA Champions League Self - Coach Manchester United / Self - Manchester United Coach
World Championship Snooker Self - Celebrity Player


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Alternate Names:

Sir Alex Ferguson CBE | Sir Alex Ferguson


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Gary [Gary Neville] was the best English right-back of his generation. He is an example to any young professional; hard-working, loyal and intelligent. As a United fan born and bred, his fantastic career at Old Trafford has cemented his place in the affection of the club's supporters everywhere. See more »


In 2009, along with other big names from football such as Terry Venables, Paul Gascoigne, Gary Lineker, Bryan Robson, Alan Shearer, Stuart Pearce and David Seaman, he attended the memorial service to fellow football manager Sir Bobby Robson.


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