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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
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Please, basketball gods, let these two guys keep playing out of their minds.