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Sir Alex Ferguson gives his verdict on Jadon Sancho

Former Manchester United manager and legend of the game Sir Alex Ferguson has given a seal of approval to the possible signing of Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho. Having been relentlessly linked with a switch to Old Trafford for the best part of two years, despite missing out on a late approach last year, this summer finally appears to be the time that the Red Devils will get their man.
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VIDEO: Rashford on playing Scotland and 'upsetting' Sir Alex Ferguson

Marcus Rashford has been speaking about facing Scotland at Euro 2020 at Wembley on Friday. England face Scotland in a Euro 2020 match on Friday. Kick off is at 21:00 CEST. Ahead of the game at Wembley, England's Marcus Rashford spoke about the game and how he would feel if he upset Sir Alex Ferguson and beat Scotland. The United player also defended Harry Kane after the Spurs man had a quiet game versus Croatia. Have a listen to Rashford's comments in the video above!

Glasgow Caledonian University awarded for scheme backed by Sir Alex Ferguson

A UNIVERSITY scheme backed by Sir Alex Ferguson to help graduates get a foot on the career ladder in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic has won a global award. Recognising that the pandemic created the hardest environment for new graduates for more than a generation, Glasgow Caledonian University last year launched MINT (Mentoring, Internships, Networking and Talks).
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Alex Ferguson documentary Never Give In: Glory, but at what cost

It's a long way from the dirty, noisy shipyards of Glasgow to the world's grandest sporting arenas. According to Alex Ferguson in the new documentary Never Give In, it was the working-class grit and values he learned there that helped him become one of the most successful managers in footballing history -- but this film is revealed to be part of a complicated relationship with his own family.
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Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In review – less hairdryer treatment than crowning glory

The life story of football manager Alex Ferguson is just so rousing that any movie about him more or less has to be a success. And so it proves in this heartfelt documentary: something like an authorised film biography directed by his son Jason. Here was the dynamic young Glasgow socialist, who led a shipyard apprentices’ strike on Clydeside in 1961, then went into football, scored an unprecedented hat-trick for St Johnstone against Rangers at Ibrox, wound up playing for Rangers, then managing Aberdeen, then in 1986 was appointed manager of Manchester United and after a tricky start led them to all-conquering glory.