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Sir Alex Ferguson was accused of match-fixing activities while still managing Man United

Sir Alex Ferguson was accused of match-fixing activities while still managing Man United

The former Manchester United manager - Sir Alex Ferguson may have received a £30,000 Rolex watch to fix the match results between Man United and Juventus in the Champions League in the past.

Giuseppe Pagliara, 64, "famous" in the football world to reveal a series of secrets when chatting with female reporters immersive into business. Pagliara recounted the story of giving Sir Alex a Rolex watch to settle the outcome of the Man United match against Juventus in the UEFA Champions League. This information is causing fever in the foggy country.

“Pagliara presents evidence of cooperation with Sir Alex Ferguson to arrange the score against Juventus. Pagliara confirmed that the former Manchester United coach received the money”, prosecutor O’Neil told the Mirror. The tape of the female reporter with a paragraph that Pagliara emphasized doing business with many other famous coaches besides Sir Alex. However, the "trigger" denied this.

During the Pagliara trial, there are also Dax Prrice and Scot Tommy Wright (former Barnsley assistant), Steve McLaren (former Portsmouth manager), Harry Redknapp (former Tottenham coach) and Neil Warnock (Cardiff City coach).

Under Sir Alex's reign, Man United met Juventus 8 times in the UEFA Champions League. In particular, the match in April 1999 made the fans remember the most when Man United came from behind to defeat Juventus to the final. The Guardian predicts this could be a match related to Sir Alex's match-fixing.

Sir Alex is the greatest coach in Man United's history when he held the position for 26 consecutive years, with "Red Devils" conquering 38 different titles. Among them, the outstanding success of Sir Alex has 13 Premier League glories, 2 FA Cups and 2 crowns in the Champions League.

After the 2012/13 season, the Scottish coach broke up with United. After Sir Alex's time, Man United struggled during the reigns of David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.