Sir Alex Ferguson takes charge of his final and 1,500th game of Manchester United manager before he bows out into retirement when the champions take on West Brom.
The Scot announced he would be retiring from the game over a week ago after 26 years in charge of Manchester United. It was a fitting tribute last week against Swansea City with a 2-1 win to fit the occasion at Old Trafford. It was the final farewell at Old Trafford where he has made the club a global force on and off the field. But the sudden realisation of this game being the last ever may have Ferguson feeling a little emotional as he was feeling in his words “I was bubbling there for a bit”. View full article »