Sir Alex Ferguson, the most successful chief in British football history, is get ready for the 2012–2013 season—his record-setting 26th as supervisor of one of the world's most adorned proficient football clubs and one of game's greatest establishments. Throughout the years Ferguson has beat a few noteworthy challengers to United. The most up to date adversary can be discovered nearer to home: since Manchester City, United's "loud neighbors," has exchanged proprietors, the club has put phenomenal measures of cash in new players, bringing about its first association title in decades. How could Ferguson lead his group to another triumph and acquire the following chapter in United's celebrated history to an effective end?
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