PFAG boss Anthony Baffoe sends support to ill Sir Alex Ferguson

PFAG boss Anthony Baffoe sends support to ill Sir Alex Ferguson

PFAG boss Anthony Baffoe sends support to ill Sir Alex Ferguson

The procedure has gone "very well", according to a statement tweeted by Manchester United last night.

"Keep fighting Boss. Sending prayers and love to (Ferguson's wife) Cathy and the whole family", Beckham said on Instagram with a picture of him signing his United youth contract as Ferguson stood by his side.

"Everyone at Manchester United sends our very best wishes", the club added.

United midfielder Michael Carrick said he was "absolutely devastated" to hear Sir Alex was ill.

Many of his former players, including Peter Schmeichel, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Robin van Persie, also posted, with Ronaldo saying: "My thoughts and prayers are with you, my dear friend".

Footballers who used to play for the legend wrote about him on social media.

The Glasgow native is in Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has sent his best wishes to Sir Alex Ferguson and is hopeful he will make a full recovery as soon as possible.

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"In the meantime, the club will offer its full support to Manchester United and also his family".

The five times Ballon d'Or victor played for Manchester United under Ferguson from 2003-2009 where he showcased his talent to the whole world at a very young age. Located close to Old Trafford and the Cliff training ground where Ferguson spent so much of his time, it is known locally as Hope Hospital. In a way, he becomes your second dad.

The 76-year-old retired from managing United in 2013 after 26 years in charge and remains the most successful manager in British football history.

Television presenter Eamonn Holmes, a longtime friend of the football hero and fervent Manchester United fan, described him as an "amazing man".

He began his managerial career as a 32-year-old at East Stirlingshire before going to St Mirren, where he won his first trophy by taking the Scottish first division title in 1977.

It took three and a half years to achieve his first success with them, the FA Cup title in 1990. The Frenchman, whose hands of Arsenal had been reminiscent of Ferguson's in United, is preparing to depart the London club after 22 years as director.

Ferguson "brought greatness back to United", said former Stretford End favourite Denis Law, a key figure in the celebrated United teams of the 1960s.

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