Sir Alex Ferguson – Good At Management, Not So Good At Playing Charades

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson along with Wayne Rooney, Ryan Giggs and a few others played a little game of charades for MUFC Tv’s “The big United Quiz” show before they left to London for their game against Totteham Hotspurs last weekend.

For a man who has managed the most successful club in England for over two decades, you might think he should be good at showing signs. Imagine the number of time he might have stood near his dugout passing on instructions ¬†from at-least 50m’s from them. But Ferguson was abysmal at a simple game of charades. He was given the task of communicating “Maradona’s hand of god goal” to his team mates and ends up making a complete fool of himself and at-last swears in front of everyone, for which he cheekily asked the producers to cut it out.

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No wonder he hardly comes out of his dug out apart from the time when United are chasing lost causes in the dying minutes of the game. And this is not his first time an MUTV quiz has gone a little sour for the Manchester United boss.

Written by Dinesh V

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