Sir Alex Ferguson bans young players from driving Chevrolet Corvettes?

Ferguson bans young players from driving Corvettes?
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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly bans all players under the age of 23 from driving Chevrolet sports cars.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has reportedly banned the club's younger players from driving Chevrolet sports cars.

The Red Devils recently agreed a multi-million-pound deal which will see the American car giant become their shirt sponsors at the start of the 2014-15 season.

Chevrolet are believed to have offered United's first-team stars a choice of luxury cars as a promotional gesture and many players are expected to favour the iconic Corvette.

However, according to the Daily Mail, Ferguson has told his squad that no player under the age of 23 will be be allowed to order a sporty model.

A seven-litre Chevrolet Corvette costs in the region of £32,000 and can reach a top speed of 196mph.

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