Portrait of the boss

Ferguson: A study in scarlet

January 20, 2011
By John Brewin, Senior Editor
(Archive)
For the privileged gentlemen of the press, White Hart Lane affords journalists a proximity to the benches of the competing teams. Harry Redknapp's twitches and flouncings are closely visible, and his assistant, Joe Jordan, bares his teeth in a fashion similar to that of his playing days. But when Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson visit a ground, as they did Spurs on Sunday, most eyes are drawn in one direction.



From such a close vantage, one man's presence dominated ...

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