Sir Alex Ferguson: 'I will probably become director'

Ferguson: 'I will probably become director'
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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson claims that he will become a director at the club when he retires.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that he will become a director at the club when he retires.

The 71-year-old Scot is currently into his 27th season at Old Trafford having taken charge of the side in 1986.

"There's no getting rid of me. I will probably become a director," The Sun quotes Ferguson as saying.

Ferguson has won a total of 27 major honours, including 12 Premier League titles and two Champions Leagues, during his time with United.

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