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Therein lies the secret to his phenomenal managerial success at Manchester United which came to a close in retirement after more than 26 years following a remarkable 5-5 draw against West Brom in his 1,500th game in charge yesterday.
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David Beckham feared he would never make the grade at Manchester United until a pep talk from one of England's greatest legends gave him the confidence to go on and enjoy a glittering career.
Arsenal qualified for the Champions League for the 16th straight season, edging Tottenham for fourth place in the Premier League on Sunday, while Alex Ferguson bowed out as Manchester United manager with a 5-5 draw against West Bromwich Albion.
Today marked the end of an era for English football as Alex Ferguson took charge of Manchester United for the 1500th and final time.
Sir Alex Ferguson was given a barnstorming end to his glittering managerial career as Manchester United conceded three goals in the last 10 minutes to draw 5-5 with West Brom.
With Manchester United winning the Premier League title, it is perhaps unsurprising that four players from Old Trafford are included in my team of the season.
PLUS Sir Alex Ferguson's funniest quote and all the best football gaffes of the week in Steve Anglesey's cheeky look at the beautiful game The highlight of Manchester United's victory parade last week? Undoubtedly when the shy and retiring Rio Ferdinand seized the mic in Albert Square and began to sing chants in honour of his team-mates. Paul ... (more)
There have been many memorable moments in my presenting career at Sky Sports but I don't think anything will beat the experience of presenting at Old Trafford last Sunday when we said farewell to this country's greatest ever manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Premier League will bid farewell to a host of high-profile characters when the 2012-13 season concludes on Sunday, with legendary Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson and Liverpool stalwart Jamie Carragher among the figures taking their leave of the sport.
Visibility has always been optimum at sportswear retail stores, and of course Manchester United cafes across India.
Paul Scholes says his former Manchester United and England team-mate David Beckham's decision to retire is a "sad day". Scholes and Beckham, both 38, came through the youth ranks at United together in the early 1990s and enjoyed huge success as midfield partners before Beckham left for Real Madrid in 2003.
FRANK McPARLAND: The future is bright at Liverpool with players like Jerome Sinclair... but it's also important for them to hear about the history of this great club .
David Beckham has retired from football at the age of 38, bringing the curtain down on a glittering career, Sportsmail exclusively revealed today.