Fergie takes time to settle old scores

My Autobiography by Alex Ferguson. Hodder & Stoughton, €25. Reviewed by Jonathan O'Brien.

3rd November, 2013
Alex Ferguson salutes Manchester United's fans after his last ever game managing them, away to West Brom last May -- but, for all his managerial success, his new autobiography feels like a rush job. Photo: Getty

My Autobiography


Laugh of the year so far: the sight of Roy Keane, author of one of the most personalised and vitriolic memoirs in football history, on ITV eleven nights ago, sorrowfully lamenting the fact that certain people in the game somehow feel the need to write snipey, sneery autobiographies. Even in managerial death, Alex Ferguson still gets under his enemies' skins like hardly anyone else in sport.

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