Former Manchester United manager, Alex Ferguson, poses for a photograph next to a newly unveiled road sign on the newly named "Sir Alex Ferguson Way", in Manchester, northern England October 14, 2013. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Liverpool's Juergen Klopp described former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as the "John Lennon of football" ahead of Sunday's Premier League meeting between the arch-rivals.Ferguson led United to a record 20th Premier League title before calling time on his career, eclipsing the 18 won by Liverpool, a club with whom the United manager always had a stormy relationship.Defender Mamadou Sakho, captain Jordan Henderson and winger Jordon Ibe came through Liverpool's 3-3 draw with Arsenal Wednesday unscathed after recent injuries and are available to face United.
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