Patrice Evra, the Manchester Untied left, has dismissed all the reports suggesting Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement at the end of the next season. The
“It was before a game. He [Sir Alex Ferguson] just started talking about how people had been saying he was going to retire,” Evra told the Daily Mail.
“And he asked us if we seriously thought he would just be sitting in his house watching the TV, listening to the radio and doing nothing.
“He said: 'No chance. I have worked all my life and I will work until I die.' For a moment he laughed. And then he said: 'This is my victory. I cannot walk away from this.”
Sir Alex Ferguson has been in charge of Manchester United since 1986 and since then he guided the Red Devils to win many trophies including Premier league and Champions league titles. Over the last few months, there is a speculation over his retirement from coaching and some also suggested that the club is in search of his replacement.