Let’s Bend It Like Beckham One More Time
The soccer world, still recovering from the news that the legendary Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, is to retire at the end of the season, is suddenly dealing with another United legend announcing that he too is …
At Everton, Moyes competed with teams that outspent him. Now that he has an open checkbook …
Combining gruffness with the right touch, no one motivated players better than Ferguson
From Scottish soccer pro to knighted manager of the world’s most valuable sports team, Alex Ferguson, who announced his retirement on May 7, enjoyed astounding success.
Those who know soccer will know there’s no greater colossus in the game than him. And those, like me, who loathe Manchester United will know there was no greater bogeyman.
The legendary Scot has finally decided to call it a day
‘Der Klassiker’ does have a nice ring to it
Thirteen proves lucky for Sir Alex Ferguson, whose Manchester United side regain their EPL crown
The English Premier League team fine their star player but maintain he still has a future at the club
It doesn’t get much better than this
It’s not easy being the most famous soccer player on the planet
The 44-year-old has reportedly called Benito Mussolini “a very principled individual” who was “deeply misunderstood”