Senin, 28 Mei 2012

Charlie Stillitano: Sir Alex Ferguson Retirement Can not say

A journalist from the United States, Charlie Stillitano, said Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has no retirement plans for next season.

On Friday (25/5) and then, Stillitano do an interview with Ferguson, who is a friend for a long time. The conversation was actually in response to comments raised Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan last week.

Stillitano Fergie interview with Sirius XM's program for The Football Show. He suggested the contents of the talks told the Sunday Telegraph.

"He [Ferguson] laughed when I spoke to him on Friday. I asked, 'Are you going to retire? He also said,' No. Nothing has changed. 'That means he will continue to train until the time comes, "said Stillitano.

"If you are able to keep the profession up to the top, then you can stay sharp. That's what Ferguson thought. He did not want to step back. Comments Dave Whelan is not fundamental. He knew Sir Alex, and everyone recognizes, at the age of 70, you need to start thinking about retirement. But, maybe it did not happen in the case of Ferguson. "

"When in Munich when he heard about the 999 call to Ferguson, I was worried in the first few days until I talk to him."

"He had experienced severe pain. He basically had a nosebleed that would not stop. Condition is certainly not pleasant at the age of 70 years, but persistent nosebleed."

"But, I continued to talk to her every day. He is getting better. He looked healthy when I spoke to him on Friday."

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