Legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has reportedly left hospital less than a month after undergoing emergency brain surgery.
Reports from The Sun have claimed that the former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has left hospital following his recent health scare.
Ferguson, 76, is said to now be at home being nursed back to full health by his family and close friends. The world of football came together in a truly unique display of respect after he suffered a brain haemorrhage in early May.
Between the years 1986 and 2013, Fergie managed some of the finest squads ever assembled, taking home thirteen Premier League titles, two Champions Leagues, five FA Cups, and four League Cups.
Widely renowned as one of the greatest – if not the very greatest – coach of all-time, Sir Alex achieved unparalleled success during his time at Old Trafford and is said to be looking forward to reclaiming his seat at the iconic stadium for the start of next season – something that will surely see him receive a hero’s welcome, when he does finally return.
Cillian Cunningham, Pundit Arena
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