Sir Alex Ferguson, the Greatest Scot
The greatest Scot was a television programme that presented the different views with different categories with different people to choose from for the prestigious title. The different categories were; sport, inventors and entrepreneurs, leaders and thinkers, arts and entertainment, scientists and engineers and brains, with big names in there like Sean Connery, William Wallace and Jock Stein, but the person which I believe deserves the coveted status is Sir Alex Ferguson. I highly doubt that even one person in the world who has never heard his name. That in its self is just one reason which makes him a perfect fit, for The Greatest Scot.
Alex Ferguson has been at a few clubs. He started his managerial career at East Stirlingshire, He then moved to St. Mirren then to Dunfermline Athletic. At these three clubs, He barely won a thing. His reputation was getting shockingly bad. Then came the opportunity to manage Aberdeen. His first few seasons at the Dons were pitiful, bad play, no trophies, then one season they won the Scottish Premier League. They won it the next season as well, and the season after that! In Sir Alex’s last season at Aberdeen, he won the Scottish Premier League and the most wanted trophy by every club in Europe, the European Cup. His stature as a manager was catching everyone’s attention. At the time Alex took over at Aberdeen, they were a mid-table club, by the time he finished with them they were European champions!
When He left Aberdeen, he joined a club called Manchester United. It was 1988 the year he joined. He has been there for 22 years now and is still doing a fantastic job. In his time at United, He has won 34 trophies. 11 English Premier League Titles, 8 Charity/community Shields, 5 English F.A. Cups, 4 English League Cups, 2 European Cups, 1 European Cup Winners Cup 1 European Super Cup, 1 Intercontintal cup, 1 Fifa club World Cup. That averages out at over 1 trophy a season. He has made Manchester United one of