Sir Alex Ferguson Remarkable Record is far from reach by current Managers Jose Mourinho or Pep Gurdiola

Football management in top leagues has been an enormous task for most football mangers. Most teams have changed from one manager to the other seeking success and build history amongst other competitive teams.

Sir Alex Ferguson CBE (commander of the order of the British Empire) is considered one of the greatest and most successful managers of all time. Ferguson started his football career as a player, playing for several Scottish clubs, including Dunfermline Athletic and Rangers and was also a top goal scorer in the 1965–66 seasons.

Sir Alex managerial career started with East Stirlingshire and St Mirren before joining Aberdeen where he started enjoying a successful period as manager winning three Scottish league championships, four Scottish Cups and the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1983

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He briefly managed Scotland following the death of Jock Stein, taking the team to the 1986 World Cup.

His exploits in Scotland and Europe earned him a job with Manchester United in November 1986.

During this era, (26 years) with Manchester United he won 38 trophies, including 13 Premier League titles and a couple of them back to back, 5 FA Cups, and 2 UEFA Champions League titles.

Ferguson retired from management at the end of the 2012–13 seasons, having won the Premier League in his final season after signing the then  Arsenal forward Robin Van Persie.

Former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager Pep Gurdiola on 26 trophies under his name has been duped as the next successful manager in this era of football while his Portuguese compatriot who is on 25 trophies as another manger with great  potential to set new records .

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Pep Gurdiola overtook Jose mourinho who is on 25 after winning EPL with Manchester City and looks to extend the silverware when they face Wolves in the FA cup finals.

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