Sport

Man Utd legend Sir Alex Ferguson, 79, fears he is 'not in control' of his health after suffering brain haemorrhage

MANCHESTER UNITED legend Sir Alex Ferguson fears he is ‘not in control’ of his health after suffering a brain haemorrhage.

The iconic Scot revealed this week that he was left with a 20 per cent chance of survival after the scare three years ago.

And the 79-year-old has compared the situation to his incredible managerial career at Old Trafford.

Sir Alex won 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups and two Champions Leagues during his 26 years with United.

Speaking in a clip from his upcoming film, ‘Never Give In’, Fergie explains how being boss of one of the world’s biggest teams brought him a sense of controlling the situation.

But when it comes to health, things are completely out of his hands.

WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game this summer 

WIN £50,000 with Dream Team Euros

Dream Team Euros is HERE!

The best fantasy football game to accompany Euro 2020 has arrived.

And you can play absolutely FREE for your chance to win the £50,000 jackpot.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR FREE!

Dream Team Euros

  • £50,000 jackpot
  • The best fantasy football game this summer
  • Play in mini-leagues against your mates, colleagues, family members – and some hand-picked celebrities
  • FREE to play

Sir Alex explained via the Mail: “Regarding my health, I’m not actually in control.

“In the football world, and at United, I’m in control of the situation.

“It’s vital because a player cannot do it himself. A player is only part of the team.

“The manager is in control of that. He’s in control of all that destiny. Dealing with the press, the referees, the rivals. I’ve got to make decisions that are correct.

FREE BETS: GET OVER £2,000 IN SIGN UP OFFERS HERE

“You have to make really difficult decisions. I’m telling you, I was never afraid of that. I never looked back.” 

Opening up on the brain haemorrhage and subsequent operation in a later clip, Fergie said: “I wondered how many sunny days I would see again. I found that difficult.

“I was crying, felt helpless. I would have hated to lose my memory. I would have been a terrible burden on my family.”

    Source: Read Full Article