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Incredible Thread Of Sir Alex Ferguson Absolutely Losing It With Everyone Is Peak Entertainment

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Incredible Thread Of Sir Alex Ferguson Absolutely Losing It With Everyone Is Peak Entertainment

Sir Alex Ferguson's greatest rants and speeches have been compiled into one thread and it makes for remarkable viewing.

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Ferguson managed Manchester United for 26 years and helped turn them into a dominant force in world football.

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What came with that desire to win was a fiery temper and United Rewind on Twitter have hunted down the Scotsman's most legendary words.


1999 saw United win their legendary treble and en route to that was a late FA Cup semi-final victory over Arsenal.

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ITV's Gary Newbon asked Ferguson about the impact of playing extra time in an already packed season.

Ever the king of the post-match presser, he replied: "Look, who's to know what's going to happen in football, Gary. It could all blow up in my face at the end of the day.

"But, can you forget moments like this? Those supporters will be talking about that for years. The players will be talking about that for years."

A less light-hearted exchange came in 2011 after a 2-2 draw with Benfica in the Champions League.

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United had struggled in Europe that season and were in danger of dropping down to the Europa League.

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When quizzed about that, Ferguson offered a chuckle before getting up and walking out on a room full of media.

It wasn't just the media who had to beware of his temper.

A young Jonny Evans found himself on the end of a 'hairdryer' on the San Siro turf during a showdown with AC Milan in 2010.

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Some moments you'd expect Ferguson to flip his lid at, he didn't though.

After losing out on the Premier League title to Blackburn Rovers on the final day of the 1994/1995 season, he managed to be a beacon of positivity and did nothing but praise his players.

The following season saw United reclaim the title four points clear of closest challengers Newcastle United.


'Fergie' could quickly change his tune however and swear with the best of them.

Another casual interview saw Ferguson break the world record for a number of 'f**ks' in one exchange. Well, maybe break the world record.



Simply one of the best ever.

Ferguson retired in 2013 after leading United to their 20th Premier League title and they haven't won it since.

Featured Image Credit: United Rewind/Twitter

Topics: Football, Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson, Legends

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