Alex Ferguson, Manager of Best Version LMA 2011

Alex Ferguson, Manager of Best Version LMA 2011

Sir Alex Ferguson gives support to Carlo Ancelotti while delivering remarks at the awards LMA.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has again won an individual award. This time, he was selected as the best manager. The award is given to fellow managers who are members of the League Managers Association (LMA).

Ferguson became the best after re-prove its performance when delivering United won the Premier League trophy. This title is achieved by the 19 th United at once became the most widely club win the league. They beat Liverpool who have won 18 times.

United's achievement is impressive this season. They ensure the championship title before the competition ended and nine points ahead of nearest rivals, Chelsea and Manchester City. It is the largest point margin in a decade. Ferguson troops unbeaten at Old Trafford and defeat only four times in away games.

"This award is impressive. We are undergoing a fantastic season in the toughest competition in the world," Ferguson said via video link at the awards ceremony.

On that occasion, Ferguson shows sympathy to Carlo Ancelotti who was sacked as Chelsea manager only moments after completing the last game against Everton.

"Carlo, you figure extraordinary. You show rigid attitude to come to this event," said Ferguson.

Although including the most successful manager, but Ferguson just three times won an award from the LMA. He matched the record Everton manager David Moyes.


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