Fergie’s final pre-match presser

The red wine and novelty cakes were cracked out by the English media this morning in honour of Sir Alex Ferguson and all his achievements within our great game, the boss took charge of his final pre-match press conference before retiring at the grand old age of 71.

The game on Sunday is Sir Alex’s 1500th which is a phenomenal achievement in itself, even the great man himself thinks so:

“1500 games – it’s incredible, West Brom have done fantastically, every team wants to win their last home game and obviously I want to win this one more than last week’s even.” Sir Alex said.

“I don’t have any injury problems. I’ll make a few changes – maybe a few younger players will play.” He continued  “Anders (Lindegaard) will be in goal. I don’t have Rafael so I need to make a decision about right-back. I want to play Jones and Evans at centre-back – they could be the future. Rio (Ferdinand) and (Nemanja) Vidic will have to have a place on the bench! I’m looking forward to it. It’s going to be great.”

Its nice that he’s giving the youngsters a change in his final outing, it shows he recognises that these lads are the future of our football club and it further emphasises our strength in depth. Now we just need to go and win the game for Sir Alex!

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