Just a week after the end of the Premier League, Manchester United fans will be able to watch a documentary dedicated to the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson. On May 31, this film will be released, retracing the life and career of the legendary Scottish technician, at the head of the Red Devils between 1986 and 2013. Named "Sir Alex Ferguson: The Impossible Dream" in its French version, this feature film is made by one of the 79-year-old coach's sons, Jason. In addition to his exceptional long career on the Old Trafford bench, his cerebral hemorrhage which he suffered in 2018 but also his childhood will be told in the documentary.
A few distinguished guests have been invited to evoke Sir Alex Ferguson.
The main interested party, his wife Cathy, as well as his sons are present at the casting.
But also some of his most iconic former players such as Eric Cantona, Ryan Giggs, Archie Knox and Gordon Strachan.
This exceptional documentary should be released on May 31 on VOD platforms.
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27 May: UK cinemas
31 May: Rent & own internationally # MUFC # SirAlexFergusonFilmpic.twitter.com / mxl9fLSXUu
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