Fergies All-time Signings:
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Viv Anderson Arsenal
Brian McClair Celtic 850.000
Steve Bruce Norwich 825.000
Jim Leighton Aberdeen 750.000
Lee Sharpe Torquay 180.000
Mal Donaghy Luton Town 650.000
Ralph Mine Bristol City 170.000
Mark Hughes Barcelona 1.800.000
Giuliano Mairoana Histon 30.000
Mike Phelan Norwich 750.000
Gary Pallister Middlesbrough 2.300.000
Neill Web Nott. Forest 1.500.000
Brian Carey Corke 100.000
Danny Wallace Southampton 1.200.000
Paul Ince West Ham 1.500.000
Denis Irwin Oldham 625.000
Les Sealey Luton Town Free
Neil Withworth Wigan 150.000
Andrei Kanchelskis Donetsk 650.000
Peter Schmeichel Bröndby 550.000
Paul Parker QPR 2.000.000
Dion Dublin Cambridge 1.000.000
Pat McGibbon Portadown 100.000
Eric Cantona Leeds Utd. 1.200.000
Les Sealey Aston Villa Free
Roy Keane Nott. Forest 3.750.000
David May Blackburn 1.400.000
Greame Tomlinson Bradford 100.000
Andy Cole Newcastle 6.000.000
Nick Culkin York City 250.000
Tony Coton Man City 500.000
Karel Poborsky Prague 3.500.000
Ole Gunnar Solskjær Molde 1.500.000
Jordi Cruyff Barcelona 1.400.000
Ronny Johnsen Besikstas 1.200.000
Raimond v.d.Gouw Arnheim 500.000
Wesley Brown Gtr Manchester Boys Free
Teddy Sheringham Tottenham £3.500.000
Erik Nevland Viking Stavanger £1.500.000
Henning Berg Blackburn £5.000.000
Jaap Stam PSV Eindhoven £10.750.000
Jesper Blomqvist AC Parma £4.400.000
Dwight Yorke Aston Villa £12.600.000
........more to follow?
43 signings TOTAL:
Top 8 Alex Signings in order of merit:
Complete bargain. worlds best player
at that price!
Schmeichel 550.000 Another bargain for the worlds top goalkeeper!
Cole 6.000.000 Took some time but will be a legend :))
McClair 850.000 One of his first signing's played for 12 years!
Bruce 825.000 Another one of his first signings club captain played 9 years.
Irwin 625.000 What a fantastic price for a world class full back!
Solksjaer 1.500.000 After his first season this young Norweigen was the clubs top scorer!
Dwight Yorke 12.600.000 Expensive but already looking worth it!
Fergie's All time Sales: 86 -
1986 Frazer Digby Swindon 32.000
1987 Frank Stapleton Ajax 100.000
Peter Barnes Man City 30.000
Simon Ratcliffe Norwich 40.000
Terry Gibson Wimbledon 200.000
1988 Graeme Hogg Portsmouth 150.000
Chris Turner Sheff Wed ?
Jesper Olsen Bordeaux 400.000
Kevin Moran Sporting Gijon Free
Peter Davenport Middlesbrough ?
Liam O´Brian Newcastle 250.000
Arthur Albiston WBA Free
1989 Gordon Strachan Leeds 300.000
Paul Dalton Hartlepool 20.000
Norman Whiteside Everton 750.000
Paul McGrath Aston Villa 400.000
Simon Andrews Wigan Free
Wayne Haseltine Oldham 40.000
1990 Shaun Goater Rotherham Free
Micky Daxbury Blackburn Free
Andy Rammell Barnsley 100.000
Colin Gibson Leicester 100.000
Viv Anderson Sheff Wed Free
Wayne Bullimore Barnsley Free
1991 Daniol Graham Barnsley 50.000
1992 Joson Lydiate Bolton Free
Derek Brazil Cardiff 85.000
Mal Donaghy Chelsea 150.000
Sean MacAuley St Johnston 100.000
Mark Robins Norwich 800.000
Neil Webb Nott. Forest 800.000
1993 Brian Carey Leicester 250.000
Danny Wallace Birmingham 250.000
Russel Beardsmore Bournmouth Free
1994 Bryan Robson Middlesbrough Free
Clayton Blackmore Middlesbrough Free
Darren Ferguson Wolves 250.000 .... Alex's son!
Dion Dublin Coventry 1.900.000
Mike Phelan WBA Free
Rob Savage Crew Free
Les Sealey Blackpool Free
Colin McKee Kilmarnock 265.000
Neil Withworth Kilmarnock 265.000
1995 Keith Gillespie Newcastle 1.000.000
Richard Irwing Nott Forest 75.000
Ashley Westwood Crewe 40.000
Andrei Kanchelskis Everton 5.000.000
Paul Ince Inter Milan 6.000.000
Mark Hughes Chelsea 1.500.000 :((((
Gary Walsh Middlesbrough 250.000
1996 Lee Sharpe Leeds 4.500.000
Tony Coton Sunderland 600.000
Steve Bruce Birmingham Free
Paul Parker ? Free
1997 Eric Cantona Retired ........
Pat McGibbon Wigan Athletic £250,000
Simon Davies Luton Town £150,000
Karel Poborksy Benfica £2.000,000
1998 John O'Kane Everton £400,000
Brian McClair Motherwell Free
Kevin Pilkington Southend United Free
Graeme Tomlinson Free
Gary Pallister Middlesbrough £2.500,000
Ben Thornley Huddersfield Town £250,000
64 Sales Total: 32.642.000 Pounds Sterling.
: -44 Million
Alex has been brillianton the transfer market!
Keep the faith
Red til your dead
Man United for life not just for Christmas
Manager: Alex Ferguson FACTS:
1941: Born in Govan, Glasgow,
on December 31
1957: Joined Queens Park as amateur while apprentice toolmaker in Glasgow factory.
1960: Joined St Johnstone as part-timer.
1964: Quit toolmaking and joined Dunfermline.
1967: Moved to Rangers for £65,000.
1969: Another move, this time to Falkirk, for £20,000.
1973: Joined Ayr, returning to part-time ranks while running his Glasgow pub.
1974: Appointed manager of East Stirling in September, but moved to St Mirren three months later.
1978: Sacked by St Mirren and appointed at Aberdeen as successor to Billy McNeill.
1980: First managerial honour when Aberdeen win Scottish championship.
1982: Aberdeen win the Scottish Cup beating Rangers 4-1.
1983: Aberdeen retain Scottish Cup this time beating Rangers 1-0 and defeating Real Madrid 2-1 in Gothenburg to lift European Cup Winnersí Cup.
1984: Aberdeen win League and Cup double beating Celtic 2-1 in the Cup final. Ferguson awarded OBE.
1985: Appointed caretaker manager of Scotland following death of Jock Stein during Wales v Scotland World Cup qualifier.
1986: Scotland bow out of Mexico World Cup after first round. Ferguson leaves Aberdeen to take over at Manchester United after sacking of Ron Atkinson.
1990: First trophy at Old Trafford as United beat Crystal Palace 1-0 in an FA Cup final replay after a 2-2 draw. 1991: United beat Barcelona 2-1 in Rotterdam to win European Cup Winnersí Cup.
1992: European Super Cup arrives at Old Trafford as United beat Red Star Belgrade, while first League Cup triumph booked with 1-0 defeat of Nottingham Forest. Championship dream dies as Leeds overhaul United in final weeks of the season.
1993: Old Traffordís 26-year wait for title is ended as United finish 10 points clear of Aston Villa.
1994: United become only fourth team this century, and sixth in total, to complete championship and FA Cup double. The Old Trafford club defeat Chelsea 4-0 in the FA Cup final.
1995: United finish runners-up to Blackburn in the league and Everton in the FA Cup.
1996: United become the first club to complete the championship and FA Cup double twice, overcoming one-time runaway leaders Newcastle in the Premiership and then beating Liverpool 1-0 at Wembley.
1997: Sets his sights on emulating Sir Matt Busby by lifting the European Cup, but United are beaten in semi-finals by Borussia Dortmund. Pain eased by fourth championship in five seasons.
Captain: Roy Keane: KEY MAN Keane has tackled his poor disciplinary record as well as he does any opponent and is the best midfielder in the country. His worth to United is demonstrated by his ability to play almost anywhere when called upon.
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