Ferguson On Road To Recovery, Out Of Intensive Care

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is out of intensive care after undergoing emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.

But on Wednesday, the Old Trafford club announced the 76-year-old was no longer in intensive care and continuing his rehabilitation in hospital.

The family continue to request "vital" privacy as Ferguson enters the next stage of his recovery.

Ferguson retired in 2013 after leading Manchester United to 38 trophies during 26 years in charge.

Former Manchester United winger Andrei Kanchelskis also took to social media to express his joy as the news.

Cantona claimed four Premier League titles and two FA Cups, including two Doubles, during a glittering Old Trafford career after arriving from Leeds in a sensational deal in 1992. "I went to see him in the box after the game and he looked in a flawless shape", said Wenger, after his final home game as Arsenal boss at the Emirates.

And Cantona, a star of Ferguson's early success in the Premier League, has joined the world of football in sending his best wishes to the Scot. "But we are positive, very positive". During nearly 27 years as manager of United, Ferguson won 38 titles at United.

Ferguson famously described his mission upon joining United as knocking Liverpool "off their perch".He duly did so as United overtook Liverpool as the most successful side in English domestic football.

"All the Manchester City fans in the stadium, you can not find one person who does not wish the best for an fantastic person", said Guardiola. It is Fergie time, and you will win.

He said the team has a positive relationship with Ferguson, and wouldn't be negatively effected by his health worries.

  • Stacy Allen