Ferguson�s retirement benefits

Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson

After the inevitable boot landed on the backside of the colourless Manchester United coach, David Moyes this week, it is safe to say that the retirement of his legendary predecessor, Sir Alex Ferguson has been good for football. Even for the bloodied, hopeless and trophy-less Manchester United.

The departure of Sir Alex has debunked the notion that the Manchester United side he built into a winning outfit in his 26 years in charge was great. Instead it has unveiled what has always been a public secret. That Ferguson was a great manager in-charge of a middleweight team that was likely to unravel once he departs. 

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