The Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, has revealed that he is planning to retire in the next few years. When people like Ferguson announce his retirement, that means there will be more spaces open potentially for people who have attended sports management classes via Guide to Online Schools.
The Scott has been at the helm of the club since 1986 and the rumours of him finally giving up the post have been circling around for the past few years, but he has always maintained that he was not yet ready to hang up his coaching boots.
However now he has finally said that a plan is in place to finally be replaced by a new manager.
Fergie said: ““I’ve got three or four years left. I feel good. But when I do leave, I will leave in place a strong young team that will continue to succeed for my successor.”
The men likely to replace Ferguson include Jose Mourinho (currently at Real Madrid) and Pep Guardiola (Barcelona), but it is also likely that United will turn to one of their old stars to take over at the most successfull English club.