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“Which managers have been the most successful at a club where they’ve received a dreaded vote of confidence?” muses Stan.
Surely the answer here has to be none other than Sir Alex Ferguson, argues Stephen Yoxall. In his own words, from his book Alex Ferguson: 6 Years at United, published in 1992, he said:“… the chairman [Martin Edwards] had called me up to his office the day before the match [1990 v Nottingham Forest]. We were in the midst of the crisis and the press had been badgering him for a statement about my future. They wanted him to give me a vote of confidence before the cup tie and they hoped he would say that if we lost I would be sacked.”
Source: Football News
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