Sir Alex Ferguson‘s autobiography cover has been revealed for the first time ahead of it’s eagerly anticipated release on 24 October.
There is a Christmas like excitement about Ferguson’s book because it will likely give Manchester United fans the closest insight into what Ferguson was really thinking over the past three decades.
Ferguson penned his memoirs over the last four years and no wonder it took so long for the Scot to collate his thoughts given that his United career started way back in 1986.
Will Ferguson give his real thoughts on the effect that the Glazer family has had at Old Trafford?
Will he reveal all about his relationship with Wayne Rooney?
Will he discuss his thought process behind letting stars such as Jaap Stam and David Beckham leave United?
If there is one United book you are ever going to read, it is likely going to be this one.
The book will be launched by publishers Hodder & Stoughton at a press conference in London on 23 October.
Following the launch, there will be a selection of launch events where the book will be discussed and presented.
Monday 28 October – 19:30 at The Lowry Theatre, Manchester
Hosted by Dan Walker, best known for presenting BBC 1’s Football Focus. Box office: 0843 208 6000. Tickets on sale from 13 September.
Tuesday 29 October – 19:30 at The Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow
Hosted by BBC Scotland’s sports presenter Dougie Donnelly. Box Office: 0844 395 4000. Tickets on sale from 13 September.
Friday 1 November – 19:30 at The Royal Festival Hall, London
Hosted by breakfast TV presenter and lifelong United fan Eamonn Holmes. Box office: 0844 875 0073 (on sale date for tickets to be announced shortly)
Tuesday 5 November – 19:30 at The Music Hall, Aberdeen
Hosted by Dougie Donnelly. Box Office: 01224 641122. Tickets on sale from 13 September.
Friday 8 November – 19:30 at The Convention Centre, Dublin
Hosted by Eamonn Holmes. Tickets on sale from 17 September – available from www.easons.com.