Reports indicate, Ferguson showing signs of recovery

Reports indicate, Ferguson showing signs of recovery

Reports indicate, Ferguson showing signs of recovery

Former rival manager Rafael Benitez has stressed the need for the football family to continue to come together and offer all the support possible to Sir Alex Ferguson.

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And the 76-year-old revealed that his recovery will reluctantly mean that he will be unable to attend United's FA Cup final against Chelsea.

"Before I start, I would like to wish a speedy recovery to Sir Alex Ferguson", Benitez said on Tuesday.

Mata in a statement said, "This Saturday, all of us were overwhelmed by the news about Sir Alex Ferguson's health condition". Subsequent reports over the weekend said Ferguson, who retired in 2013, was awake and talking to family and friends following news of his surgery which rocked the football world.

'He is the one who brought me to the club and gave me that opportunity to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world.

Ferguson remains in intensive care but has responded well to treatment and has been showing positive signs of recovery.

Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola both took time out from landmark moments in their own football careers to support Alex Ferguson as the legendary manager remained in intensive care after emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.

David Beckham, perhaps the most high-profile former player of Ferguson's United reign, offered his support, posting a picture on Instagram of him signing a contract as a teenager alongside Ferguson.

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"I was in shock when I heard the news", he said.

"We wish him all the best and that he recovers quickly".

Ferguson was pictured on the Old Trafford pitch last Sunday making a presentation to former managerial adversary Arsene Wenger, who is preparing to leave Arsenal after nearly 22 years.

"I was on the pitch with him last week".

Ferguson's son Darren - manager of League One side Doncaster Rovers - missed his final game of the season on Saturday to be with his dad.

He continued: "Sir Alex is a fantastic person on and off the field".

United face West Ham in the Premier League at the London Stadium on Thursday May 10 and then Watford at home on Sunday May 13 which is also the last game of the current Premier League season.

"He told me he's doing a lot of exercise, he looked very happy, but that kind of accident can happen".

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