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Sir Alex Ferguson Reveals Secrets of His Success to Harvard Academics: The Daily EPL

Fascinating quotes today from Sir Alex Ferguson hot on the heels of several interviews and classes he did at Harvard University where the football professor shared many secrets of his success of his managerial career — everything from dealing with top stars, what he says to players who are not named in the starting line-up, how his hairdryer treatment strategy has changed over the years, what he says on the training pitch and much more. This is required reading whether you’re a Manchester United fan or not.

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  1. jtm371

    December 19, 2012 at 9:33 am

    how do you pick between Leeds and Chelski.the only reason i would root for Leeds is the chaos that would ensue at Chelski, oh yeah i forgot it would piss off Roman.plus one more nail in the waiter’s coffin.

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