Bye bye Fergie! United boss will finally end his incredible reign next year, says son Darren
Sir Alex Ferguson will retire as Manchester United manager at the end of next season, according to his son Darren. 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. Goodbye: Sir Alex Ferguson is planning his Manchester United exit 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. 'His health is fine and he's building a new team,' said Darren. 'If they win (the Barclays Premier League) this year then they catch Liverpool in terms of titles won. 'I can see him doing this year and next - and then that might be it for him.' Family affair: Fergie with his son Darren during his United days Retire? I'm too scared: United boss Ferguson admits fears over quitting Manchester United play down reports that Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to retireIt's impossible to say when I'll retire, insists United's French-speaking boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
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