Ferguson Jnr claims Sir Alex could retire after one more year at Manchester United

27 March 2009 07:56
Speculation about when Ferguson will end his long reign at Old Trafford has been ongoing since he changed his mind about quitting when he turned 60 seven years ago. [LNB]Now Darren Ferguson, manager of League One side Peterborough, has hinted it could be the summer of 2010 when his father finally walks away from the game. [LNB] Related ArticlesUnited tarnished by link with disgraced AIGChampions League guideUnited face loss of AIG £14mUnited will retain 'disgraced' logoManchester United manager Sir Alex Fergusons possible successorsPatrice Evra agrees new Man United deal"His health is fine and he's building a new team," said Darren. "If they win (the Premier League) this year then they catch Liverpool in terms of titles won. [LNB]"I can see him doing this year and next - and then that might be it for him."[LNB]Meanwhile, left-back Patrice Evra has played down United's back-to-back defeats against Liverpool and Fulham.[LNB]The France international told the Sun: "I've been here for three years and this is the first time I have lost two straight matches.[LNB]"I am sure it is just a little accident."[LNB][LNB] 

Source: Telegraph