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Alex Ferguson undergoes successful emergency brain surgery

Alex Ferguson undergoes
successful emergency brain
surgery

- Alex Ferguson in critical condition after
going under the knife
- The ex-Man United is undergoing
treatment for a brain haemorrhage
- The 76-year-old is British most successful
manager in history
Former Manchester United coach Sir
Alex Ferguson has had emergency
surgery on Saturday May, 5, for a brain
haemorrhage.
A statement by United said the procedure
"had gone very well" but Ferguson
"needs a period of intensive care to
optimise his recovery".
The 76-year-old retired as the Red Devils
manager in May 2013 after winning 38
trophies during 26 years reign at Old
Trafford.
Manchester United
@ManUtd
Sir Alex Ferguson has undergone surgery today
for a brain haemorrhage. The procedure has gon
very well but he needs a period of intensive care
to aid his recovery. His family request privacy in
this matter.
Everyone at Manchester United sends our very
best wishes.
8:21 PM - May 5, 2018
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The Scotsman was at the Theatre of
Dreams last Sunday when he presented
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger with a
commemorative trophy.
The Fergusons' have requested privacy as
he recovers in Salford Royal Hospital.
Fergie's trophy haul at United included
13 Premier League titles, two Champions
League crowns, five FA Cups and four
League Cups.

Ferguson famously won the Treble
including the English Premier League, FA
Cup and Champions League in 1999.
The likes of David Beckham, Paul
Scholes, Gary Neville, Nickky But.t and
others were all part Fergie's golden
generation as they went on to become
regular in the England national team.
Since his retirement from the Manchester
club, United have employed David
Moyes, Louis Van Gaal and Jose
Mourinho as the team is yet to win the
Premier League in the new era.
United are currently second on the table
under Mourinho's tutelage as they are
aiming for their best finish in a Premier
League season in five years.

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