Sir Alex Ferguson Hails Medics After Recovering From Brain Haemorrhage

  • Sir Alex Ferguson made his first appearance since suffering a brain haemorrhage
  • The legendary boss has issued a statement thanking medics who saved him
  • Manchester United released a short video of Ferguson addressing the camera
  • Ferguson has admitted that without the care he received he would not be living 
  • The 76-year-old was rushed to hospital in May and was fighting for his life 

On 5th May 2018, news broke through local and international news outlets that former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson had been rushed to hospital where he underwent an emergency surgery following a brain haemorrhage he had succumbed to

The 76-year-old was rushed to hospital less than a week after appearing at Old Trafford for Arsene Wenger’s final visit as Manchester United played Arsenal during last season of the English Premier league

From then, Fergie as he is sometimes called has been fighting for his dear life and by God’s grace, he is officially recovered and he today made his first public appearance since he suffered from this disease. On Thursday the 26th of July he released a video of himself thanking the medics who saved his life.

 “Just a quick message, first of all, to thank the medical staff at Macclesfield, Salford Royal and Alexandra Hospitals,’ said Ferguson. Believe me without those people who gave me such great care, I would not be sitting here today, so thank you from me and my family. It’s made me feel so humble as all the messages I’ve had from all over the world, wishing me the best and the good wishes do resonate very, very strongly with me.” Ferguson said in the video

His recovery from brain haemorrhage will see him carry on his personal dealings as well as come back to support his former team Manchester United  come next season which in kicking off on the 11th of August

“Lastly I’ll be back later this season to watch the team and in the meantime all the best to Jose and the players. Thank you very much.” He added

The video was immediately greeted with a joyous reception from Manchester United fans and the sporting world and it has eased fears of fans who had been desperate for news on the legendary manager’s health

Watch the video below

Prior to illness Ferguson was last seen at Arsene Wenger’s final game at Old Trafford in April (Photo by Getty Images)

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