Alex Ferguson

Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson was born in 1941 in Govan, Scotland. A goal-scoring centre-forward, he was later transferred to Rangers, the club he supported from boyhood, for a Scottish record fee of ?65,000.

Entering management in 1974, he served East Stirlingshire and St Mirren before guiding Aberdeen to victory in the 1982-83 Cup Winners' Cup. Arriving at Manchester United in 1986, he brought them 38 trophies, including the Club World Cup, two Champions Leagues, 13 Premier Leagues and five FA Cups. His overall haul of 49 trophies made him the most successful British manager of all time.

Knighted in 1999, Sir Alex announced his retirement in 2013, when United were again crowned Premier League champions. At the age of 71, he continues to serve United as a director.

Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography was published in 2013 and went on to become the fastest selling Non-Fiction hardback since records began.
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Managing My Life: My Autobiography

Alex Ferguson
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Leading

Alex Ferguson

In this revelatory new book, Sir Alex Ferguson dissects his 38 record-breaking years of management - first in Scotland and then, of course, at Manchester United - to reveal the key tools he used to deliver sustained success on and off the field. From tactics to teamwork, from hiring to firing, from dealing with the boardroom to responding to failure, LEADING investigates the pivotal leadership decisions of an astonishing career.

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ALEX FERGUSON My Autobiography

Alex Ferguson
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Football Heroes (digital download)

Various, Paul Gascoigne, Bobby Robson, Alan Shearer, Alex Ferguson, Brian Moore, Stanley Matthews, Geoff Hurst, Nobby Stiles, Bob Wilson

Relive the highs (and the lows!) from fifty years of English football as recalled by some of the game's all-time great players, managers and commentators.1. Stanley Matthews: The Matthews FA Cup Final, 1953 (Read by Sean Bean) 2. Nobby Stiles: Man Utd win the European Cup, 1968 (Read by Nobby Stiles) 3. Paul Gascoigne: 'Gazza's Tears', World Cup 1990 (Read by Christian Rodska) 4. Bob Wilson: Arsenal win the Double, 1971 (Read by Bob Wilson) 5. Brian Moore: Best, Greavsie and Clough (Read by Brian Moore) 6. Bobby Robson: 'The Hand of God', World Cup 1986 (Read by Bobby Robson) 7. Alan Shearer: England reach the Semi-Finals, Euro '96 (Read by Christian Rodska) 8. Alex Ferguson: Manchester United win the Treble, 1999 (Read by Alex Ferguson) 9. Geoff Hurst: The World Cup Final, 1966 (Read by Geoff Hurst) ?1998 Alan Shearer, ?1999 Alex Ferguson, ?1999 Brian Moore, ?2000 Stanley Matthews, ?2001 Geoff Hurst, ?2003 Nobby Stiles, ?2003 Bob Wilson, ?2004 Paul Gascoigne, ?2005 Bobby Robson, (p) 2006 BarryMour Productions

Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography

Signed Special Edition

We are excited to announce the Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography Special Signed Edition! This limited edition is signed by Alex Ferguson, has a leather binding, gold gilt page edges, and comes in a leather, gold-foiled box. Follow the link for details on how to order.

Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography