News of Ferguson’s condition has had an impact beyond the world of football.
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Messages of support continued to pour in as legendary football manager Sir Alex Ferguson was fighting for his life Sunday following emergency surgery for a brain hemorrhage.Considered the most successful manager in the history of British football, Ferguson won 38 major trophies in just over 26 years in charge of Manchester United, including 13 Premier League titles and the UEFA Champions League twice.Ferguson, who retired from management five years ago, appeared in good health when presenting a commemorative vase to old rival Arsene Wenger, who is stepping down as Arsenal manager, at United's Old Trafford ground last week.News of Ferguson's operation was made public by United in a statement that appeared to be cautiously optimistic about his prospects for recovery.Ferguson also recently met with Pep Guardiola, taking the Spaniard to dinner to congratulate him on winning this season's Premier League title with Manchester City.
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