Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger believes ex-Manchester United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson might not be able to resist the urge to come back into management, after a highly successful 27 years at Carrington. The Scott retired from the Old trafford dug-out at the end of last season, after wrestling back the title from “noisy neighbours”, Manchester City in style, by an 11-point gap.
Fergie’s fierce competitor in the late 90’s and early parts of the new millennium, Wenger now thinks the managerial addiction might be too good for the 71 year old to turn down.
“In six months we will know more about that”, said the Arsenal boss. “You cannot rule it completely out. It is difficult to take a drug for 30 years and suddenly get rid of it.”
In Sir Alex’s recently published autobiography, he dedicated a page to his rivalry with Wenger, and although the Arsenal boss admits that he hasn’t yet had the time to read the Scott’s book, he had a few words to say on the publication.
“I suspect he had written some of it at home at night, remembering things and thinking: ‘that goes into my book!’.”
“We have gone through some years that were a bit more difficult”, the Frenchman continued. “But honestly, in our job, it is quite simple just to think about tomorrow or the next game, and that is it. After that, people judge.”