United said a procedure on the hemorrhage had gone “very well.”
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Manchester United's most decorated player Ryan Giggs is hopeful his legendary former manager Alex Ferguson will make a full recovery from emergency surgery on a brain hemorrhage. Considered the most successful manager in the history of British football, Ferguson, 76, won 38 trophies in just over 26 years in charge of United, including 13 Premier League titles and the Champions League twice before retiring in 2013 .United midfielder Juan Mata admitted news of Ferguson's condition had a "huge impact" on the current squad.United thanked well-wishers, including the likes of rival managers Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, who spoke of their admiration for Ferguson.Wenger enjoyed a long, and at times fractious rivalry with Ferguson as they battled for Premier League supremacy in the first decade of the Frenchman's 22-year reign in charge of Arsenal.Ferguson famously described his mission upon joining United from Aberdeen in 1986 as knocking Liverpool "off their perch".He duly did so as United overtook Liverpool as the most successful side in English domestic football.
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