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Man Utd news: Sir Alex Ferguson unveils his statue in Aberdeen after winning 11 trophies

Sir Alex Ferguson won 11 trophies at Aberdeen – including three Scottish Premier League titles and the UEFA Champions League Cup – before joining Manchester United in 1986.

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s career honored as a player and coach

Sir Alex Ferguson revealed his long awaited Aberdeen Friday afternoon.

Legendary Manchester United The boss is undoubtedly the greatest manager in the history of the Dons, winning 11 titles during his eight years at Pittodrie.

Ferguson’s titles include three Scottish Premier League titles, knocking out the Glasgow giants Rangers and Celtic out of their perch.

His best moment at Aberdeen came in May 1983, when his team beat Real Madrid 2-1 in the Cup Winners’ Cup final – one of the biggest European tournaments at the time.

Ferguson’s side went on to beat European champions Hamburg 2-0 on aggregate to win the UEFA Super Cup later that year.

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Hundreds of supporters attended Pittodrie on Friday afternoon to watch Ferguson unveil his bronze statue, which will stand outside the stadium.

Several former Scotland players attended, including Neil Simpson, Gordan Strachan and Willie Miller.

“It’s an honor to be asked to pay tribute to the boss,” Simpson tweeted Friday night.

“As Sir Alex said, ‘In life, some people want to go to the moon on holiday, others go to the local park… my players want to go to the moon.”

Speaking ahead of Friday’s launch, Miller revealed what it was like to play and work with Ferguson, as he became the coach’s iconic assistant after retiring.

“Having played under and then worked with Sir Alex as his assistant manager, I’ve seen how he operates as a manager,” Miller said. Aberdeen’s website.

“As a player, you are well aware of his drive, his enthusiasm and his incredible desire to succeed.

“He can be unorthodox in his management style at times, and without a doubt, he is capable of coaching.

“He’s on the field at every training session, running it or providing details when asked. As a manager, he’s extremely focused and he knows what he wants.

“He also knows how to get the best out of the players. His legendary ‘hair dryer’ has certainly worked for many.







Ferguson won 11 titles at Aberdeen between 1978 and 1986
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“But he also knows who needs something other than that to get them performing, and he finally knows what that other thing is.

“He has a great knowledge of the opposition and has gone to great lengths to ensure his team is always as prepared as possible for any challenge.

“The combination of all of this has created very successful teams.”

When he became Ferguson’s assistant, Miller said: “Being his assistant was completely different. He was a workaholic and he expected his staff to be like that, which I developed.

“As a player, you arrive at a certain time, you train at a particular place that is always set for that day’s training session, you train, shower and go home.

“As a member of his coaching staff you arrived much earlier than the players, you wrote down every day what the session was going to be like and what you wanted to achieve, you will pass Sir Alex, and he will not fail. edit it.”

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