Manchester United legend Alex Ferguson recovering well

Manchester United legend Alex Ferguson recovering well

Manchester United legend Alex Ferguson recovering well

"He has got all his family and friends around him, the support from all the players and staff at United and football around the world".

The 76-year-old has been in intensive care at the Salford Royal Hospital after collapsing at his Cheshire home on Saturday.

United's initial statement on their former manager, issued on Saturday, said that surgery had gone "very well".

Sunday saw runaway winners Manchester City, United's local rivals, receive the Premier League trophy as Guardiola added an English title to the Spanish and German ones he won in charge of Barcelona and Bayern Munich respectively. I know he has that fight in him.

As of Monday morning there was no official word from the family, Manchester United or the hospital, although this news will undoubtedly be greeted with relief around the world of football. It's a tough time for everyone but I'm thinking positive and hoping he will pull through. Hopefully, he'll recover well.

The Bournemouth striker has enjoyed an excellent career, and is now just one goal away from becoming the joint sixth most prolific player in Premier League history, having already scored 162 goals in the EPL. "Don't really know what else to say other than thoughts and prayers with you and your family, Boss", he said on Twitter.

Goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, who was part of United's treble-winning team in 1999, posted: "Please Be strong Win this one", and Ashley Young, whom Ferguson brought to Old Trafford in 2011, spoke of his shock.

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"The whole world showed their support and I was just concerned about him, as an ex-manager and a friend - as he was to everyone".

The legendary football figure was in a coma since that surgery but the latest report from Daily Mail revealed that he is out of it.

"God knows everything so I hope he can help him".

"All the Manchester City fans in the stadium, you can not find one person who does not wish the best for an incredible person", said City boss Guardiola.

"He told me he is doing a lot of exercise, and he looked very happy but that kind of accident can happen".

"I just have good memories of him, he was like a second dad and I was crying yesterday when I heard the news".

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