Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag recently paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson after the legendary football manager was included in the Premier League Hall of Fame. Speaking about Ferguson’s impact on the club, ten Hag remarked, “Manchester United is Sir Alex Ferguson. He set the highest standards and brought the winning attitude.”
Ferguson is widely regarded as one of the greatest football managers of all time, having led Manchester United to numerous domestic and international titles during his 26-year tenure at the club. Under his guidance, the Red Devils won 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, and two UEFA Champions League titles, among other honours.
But Ferguson’s legacy at Manchester United extends beyond his impressive trophy haul. He was known for his ability to build successful teams and cultivate a winning mentality, instilling a sense of pride and determination in his players that helped them overcome even the toughest opponents. He was also a master at adapting his tactics to suit the strengths and weaknesses of his squad, ensuring that they remained competitive year after year.