Manchester United 'confident' of Ferguson recovery - Mourinho

Lucy Bush
May 12, 2018

"The Mail Online" reported that surgery went "very well" and Ferguson was sitting up talking to family and friends.

The former Red Devils boss remains in intensive care after being admitted to hospital for emergency surgery on a brain haemorrhage.

Ferguson spent nearly 27 years as manager of United before retiring in 2013 as the most successful coach in British football history.

Mourinho said: "We are positive, we are very, very positive". So when you find one of them you have to value and you have to keep and in this case is not about me, it is about the club.

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said: "He's a strong man and an optimistic man". Only Ferdinand was not a product of the club's remarkable youth system under Ferguson, and it is Defoe's memories of watching them succeed as they did that contributed to his admiration for the manager.

"Aye, the Cup Final is out - but what about Kiev?" he said. "That's what we try", said Mourinho, who added that Fellaini had a chance of playing at home to Watford in the final Premier League game. As a manager, I'd have loved to have played for him.

It perfectly sums up both Ferguson the footballing man and Ferguson the family man.

"Everyone will be wishing him a speedy recovery. Not a normal person".

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Concerns for the Scot's health then started to mount when it was announced his son, Darren, the manager of English third-tier club Doncaster, would miss his side's match against Wigan because of "family reasons".

Neurosurgeon Peter Hamlyn wrote in The Telegraph: "The most common form (of haemorrhage) for a man of his age with a history of cardiovascular issues is intracerebral, in which there is bleeding within the brain tissue, causing irreparable damage to those cells". Ferguson's was diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage, it has already operated.

"(I am) just devastated, absolutely devastated", said Jones, who was signed for United by Ferguson in 2011.

"Of course, he has qualities that we believe can make him a good coach and there are many ways to do the bridge between player and coaching staff".

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