Sir Alex Ferguson: Ex-Manchester United supervisor thanks hospitals after surgical procedure
Former Manchester United supervisor Sir Alex Ferguson says he would “not be sitting right here at the moment” with out the “nice care” of hospital employees after his surgical procedure for a mind haemorrhage in Might.
Ferguson, 76, has spoken publicly for the primary time since going residence from hospital in a video on social media.
The Scot additionally thanked properly wishers “for the help you could have given me”.
“It has made me really feel so humble, as have all of the messages I’ve acquired from all around the world,” he added.
Ferguson had emergency surgical procedure on 5 Might and was in intensive look after a number of days at Salford Royal Hospital.
His final public look was on 29 April at Outdated Trafford when he offered former Arsenal supervisor Arsene Wenger with a commemorative trophy.
In a 48-second video posted on Manchester United’s Twitter account, Ferguson mentioned: “I need to thank the medical employees at Macclesfield, Salford Royal and Alexandra hospitals.
“Imagine me, with out these individuals who gave me such nice care I might not be sitting right here at the moment. Thanks from me and my household.
“The nice needs do resonate very strongly with me. Thanks for the help you could have given me.
“I can be again later within the season to observe the group and, within the meantime, all the very best to Jose Mourinho and the gamers.”
Ferguson retired as United supervisor in Might 2013 after profitable 38 trophies throughout 26 years in cost.
Essentially the most profitable supervisor within the historical past of the British sport, his trophy haul at Outdated Trafford included 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League crowns, 5 FA Cups and 4 League Cups.