SIR ALEX FERGUSON gave a sensational three-word response when asked who he thinks will in the Premier League this season.
The legendary Manchester United manager, 81, attended Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday as he lapped up an afternoon of racing.
But he was inevitably asked his view on footballing matters as ITV attempted to squeeze a title prediction out of him.
Reporter Matt Chapman put it to him: "Man City or Arsenal, Sir Alex?"
But the Scot refused to be drawn in one way or the other, simply replying: "I'm not interested".
The Gunners lead defending champions Manchester City by five points with 11 games remaining.
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Ferguson battled both Arsenal and Man City in several title races over the years.
He is the most successful boss in Premier League history, lifting the title on 13 occasions.
And his longevity is perhaps the most impressive facet of his managerial career, with his first league triumph coming in 1993 and his final one in 2013.
But this week he is more focused on the horse racing as he watches three of his stable compete at Cheltenham.
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Protektorat is his main charge – a 14/1 shot to win the marquee Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday at 3.30pm.
And he also has 25/1 Hitman for the Ryanair Chase on Thursday at 2.50pm.
But his first horse of the week – Hermes Allen – failed to compete for the win in the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle.
Meanwhile, reporter Chapman reacted hilariously to one fan criticising him for asking Fergie about the title race.
The ITV presenter received a tweet which read: "What a p**** you are asking Sir Alex ‘Arsenal or Man City’, have some respect you b******".
To which he replied: "You have to laugh at Twitter 😂😂😂".
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