Sir Alex Ferguson Launches His New Autobiography; UK Press Salivates Over Every Word: Daily Soccer Report

alex ferguson Sir Alex Ferguson Launches His New Autobiography; UK Press Salivates Over Every Word: Daily Soccer Report

The UK media have been practically drooling today over the release of Sir Alex Ferguson’s second autobiography. But based on the “revelations” that have been announced so far this morning, it all sounds rather boring.

We learned that Roy Keane was intimidating, that Ferguson thought Beckham’s problem was when he fell in love with Victoria, Sir Alex Ferguson was approached twice to become England manager, Fergie tried to sign Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres but he didn’t rate Gerrard as a top top player, and that Fergie didn’t think much of Rafa Benitez.

Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:

Premier League

La Liga

UEFA Champions League

South American soccer

International soccer

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3 thoughts on “Sir Alex Ferguson Launches His New Autobiography; UK Press Salivates Over Every Word: Daily Soccer Report”

  1. No need to buy the book. Every interesting part of the book has been tweeted or written about and it has only dropped hours ago.

  2. It will be interesting to read the book, knowing in a lot of cases, the press only picks the interesting quotes without explaining the context

  3. Anything in their about getting away with driving down the shoulder on the motorway during rush hour and telling the cops that he had diarrhea?

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