Fergie keeps winning. Year after year - the titles, the cups, regenerating the side - he achieves success by discovering new blood and demanding they play with Manchester United flair and ambition.
I argued on Sky on Sunday that this current Manchester United team do compare with Fergie's best of the past and so Sportsmail set me a challenge: name your all-star composite XI from Sir Alex's two-and-a-half decades at Old Trafford. So here it is.
Take a bow, son: Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson just keeps on winning
There were a few wobbles along the way and a handful of high profile absentees. David Beckham, Mark Hughes and Ruud van Nistelrooy don't get into my team, nor do any of the four Treble-winning strikers of 1999.
I've also gone for Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic ahead of Steve Bruce and Gary Pallister. Jaap Stam doesn't get in, nor Paul McGrath or Bryan Robson, whose best years came before Fergie turned up.
So take a look at my team and let me know if you agree.
Goalkeeper: Peter Schmeichel
Right back: Gary Neville
Centre half: Rio Ferdinand
Centre half: Nemanja Vidic
Left back: Denis Irwin
Holding midfield: Roy Keane
Midfield: Paul Scholes
Midfield: Ryan Giggs
Forward: Cristiano Ronaldo
Forward: Wayne Rooney
Striker: Eric Cantona
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