Football - TAKE A LOOK-Soccer-Old Trafford says farewell to Ferguson

(Reuters) - Manchester United's Alex Ferguson, Britain's longest-serving and most successful soccer manager, took charge of his last match at Old Trafford on Sunday before retiring at the end of the season after more than 26 years in charge to be replaced by Everton's David Moyes.


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