Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's new book 'Leading' has proven to be an unequivocal trove of football secrets. In yet another chapter, the 'fiery Scot' has revealed how he took the time to write a heartfelt, long letter to his outgoing captain, Eric Cantona, expressing his regret that they hadn’t managed to conquer Europe together.
Kevin Pietersen’s on-again, off-again relationship with the England cricket team has brought to the fore England Cricket Board’s ineptitude at man management. The ECB’s treatment of Pietersen is testament to the fact that they are yet to master the art of managing mavericks.
Every season, a club is crowned the champions of England. However, despite having thousands of clubs, there have been only five such teams which have lifted the trophy since the inception of Premier League in 1992.
The pressure is certainly on Robin van Persie. The Netherlands star is living through a barren patch for Manchester United. And compounding his worries is the recent comment from the club manager Louis van Gaal that the Dutch captain will need to fight for his place.
Robin van Persie has admitted that the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson hit him hard. After a shock move from Arsenal in 2012, RVP won the English title with Manchester United in his first season at Old Trafford.