Football World Reacts As Sir Alex Ferguson Has Emergency Surgery For Brain Haemorrhage

Alan Duffy

5th, May 2018

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Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has had emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.

The 76-year-old Scot, one of the true greats of the game, had the procedure on Saturday in Salford and, according to a statement from United, all went well.

Ferguson, who won all there was to win as a manager with Manchester United, after a highly successful stint in Scotland with Aberdeen, was present at Old Trafford last Sunday to present Arsene Wenger with a commemorative trophy.

Not surprisingly, the world of football was shocked by the new of the surgery, with a number of clubs and both former and current players expressing their support for the great man and his family.

We at Pies add our own thoughts and best wishes to Sir Alex and his family at this difficult time.

Always a fighter, let’s hope he makes a full recovery and that there’s plenty more Fergie-time to enjoy.

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