TIMELINE: A Tribute To Sir Alex Ferguson

The Fluid Creativity office was united in grief/sheer joy (depending on who they supported) by the announcement that Sir Alex Ferguson has decided to hang up his chewing gum and retire as Manchester United manager.

Being based in Manchester, Fergie has had a profound effect on all of our lives; for the United supporters, he’s a living legend. To City and Liverpool fans, he’s a lifelong menace. To the sole Newcastle United fan, he’s the bloke who sent Kevin Keegan into meltdown and thus deprived them of their only title in goodness knows how many years.

No matter what you think of the man, though, there’s no doubting what a fantastic legacy he’s left behind. In tribute, we’ve put together a timeline detailing Fergie’s achievements at Manchester United. Here’s to you, Sir Alex.

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  • Ben Greenwood

    That is bloody brilliant (if a bit light on detail)! :)

  • Ben Greenwood

    That is bloody brilliant (if a bit light on detail)! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/jhallnstab Johnny Hall

    Nicely done. Pictures are about a year or 2 ahead of the season they are meant to be for.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jhallnstab Johnny Hall

    Nicely done. Pictures are about a year or 2 ahead of the season they are meant to be for.

  • http://twitter.com/Mr603 Andrew Nattan

    “Manchester City win their first ever title”

    I don’t get it. You’ve accepted that football didn’t actually start in 1992, which means that surely City’s league titles in 1937 and 1968 count? So 2012 would be City’s third title?

    Don’t let facts get in the way of the Ferguson love-in though. Nobody else is.

  • Andrew Nattan

    “Manchester City win their first ever title”

    I don’t get it. You’ve accepted that football didn’t actually start in 1992, which means that surely City’s league titles in 1937 and 1968 count? So 2012 would be City’s third title?

    Don’t let facts get in the way of the Ferguson love-in though. Nobody else is.

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