Alex Ferguson has won two Manager of the Year awards in recognition of Manchester United's Premier League triumph.
Ferguson was voted the season's outstanding boss by the League Managers' Association and the Premier League just a day after clinching his 10th English title.
The Scot, who has won the award once before in 1999 when United won the treble, was presented with his awards by England coach and LMA president Fabio Capello
“It is a tremendous honour that my fellow managers and LMA members should deem me worthy of this award. I am very proud to receive it,” Ferguson said.”
LMA chairman Howard Wilkinson added: “Recognition by your peers is an incredible privilege and this year's winners should be proud of their achievements.”
- Soccer News Like
- Be the first of your friends!