Ferguson book 'errors' lead to refund

November 18, 2013
By ESPN staff

The publishers of Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography have offered a reader a refund after he spotted a number of factual errors in the book, according to a report in the Daily Mirror.

The autobiography of former Manchester United manager Ferguson was released last month and has become the fastest-selling non-fiction book on record.

However, the Daily Mirror claims "as many as 45 factual errors" have been spotted in its 402 ...

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