Thanks to a penalty kick scored by Wayne Rooney to save a 1-1 draw with Blackburn in the 73rd minute of the game on May 14, 2011, Manchester United has officially won its record 19th English Premier League title. Millions of Manchester United fans around the world feel much happy and excited because the victory helps MU surpass Liverpool to become the most successful team in English league history.
The theater of dreams will even hold both the Premier League trophy and the European Cup if they can defeat Barcelona at Wembley Stadium on May 28, 2011. It also leads over the second-place team, Chelsea, which is seven points behind with two games to play.
However, Manchester United wouldn’t reach the 19th English Premier League title without its head coach, Sir Alex Ferguson, who announced that his aim was to match Liverpool in terms of performance when he arrived at Old Trafford from Aberdeen in November 1986.
Sir Alex Ferguson is the guiding star that helps Manchester United win its record 19th English Premier League
During 25 years leading the Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson and his team have won two Champions League trophies, twelve Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups, nine Community Shield honors (one shared), the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the Intercontinental Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup, etc.
Thanks to Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United Museum and Tour Centre needs to be expanded to display more trophies
A funny picture of Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United vs. head coach Robert Mancini of Manchester City. Though Man City is super-rich, its achievements are much fewer than that of Manchester United
Sir Alex is worthy becoming the greatest British manager of all time when he has won as many major trophies (36) as the esteemed Bob Paisley (18), Brian Clough (10) and Bill Shankly (8) did over the course of their combined managerial careers.
Sir Alex chews the gum that show off the number 19
Sir Alex holding the trophy leaves his competitors including two famous head coaches, Carlo Ancelotti and Arsene Wenger, behind
The soccer players play important roles in Manchester United victory this season (left) and talented witch, Sir Alex Ferguson (right)
Other international head coaches find it hard to match Sir Alex’s huge achievements when he has lead Manchester United
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