Former Manchester United manager and footballing royalty Sir Alex Ferguson has been speaking to Gary Neville ahead of the Red Devils’ Premier League match against Fulham.
During Sky Sports’ build-up to kick-off at Old Trafford, ex-defender turned pundit Neville had a sit-down chat with his old gaffer.
Discussing how the Scottish tactician kept his sides motivated during a managerial career that spanned nearly 40 years, Ferguson recalled how he used an example of migrating geese as a way to demonstrate collective desire.
“I would lie in bed at night thinking of ways to motivate players.” 🛏
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 18, 2021