Support messages were received for Alex Ferguson after the legendary former manager of Manchester United fought for his life following an emergency operation for a brain hemorrhage. Emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art…7805 & lang = DE
"Sir Alex Ferguson had an emergency operation today for brain hemorrhaging," the statement says. The procedure has gone very well, but he needs intensive treatment to optimize his recovery. His family demands privacy in this matter.
"We will keep Sir Alex and his loved ones in our minds at this time, and we are united in our desire to make him see a comfortable, fast recovery."
An ambulance was opened on Saturday at 9:00 The Daily Mail reported  Concern for Ferguson's health grew as it became known that his son Darren, the manager of English, was growing up in the Scottish house in Cheadle, near Manchester, in northwestern England Third division Doncaster, for "family reasons" would miss the match against Wigan.
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"It's tragic, I'll find out as he is, as soon as I can," said Everton coach Sam Allardyce, a longtime friend of Ferguson , after his 1-1 draw in the Premier League against Southampton.
"Obviously, I knew it was extremely serious when I knew his son Darren was not attending his own game," the former England international added, "I hope he has fully recovered."
Southampton Coach Mark Hughes, a United striker in Ferguson's early years at Old Trafford, said, "I just got a little whisper, I was hoping it was not true, I wish him well."
David Beckham was one of the former and present United players who campaigned for "the boss" on social media.
On Instagram with a photo of him as a teenager Together with Ferguson, Beckham wrote: "Keep fighting boss .. prayers and love to Cathy and the whole family send x @manchesterunited."
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, signed by Ferguson as an 18-year-old in 2003, tweeted a picture with his former mentor: "My thoughts and prayers are with you, my dear friend. Be strong, boss!" He said ,
Former English and English Captain Wayne Rooney said on Twitter: "Get well soon." Thoughts with the whole family in this sad time. #AlexFerguson. "
There was a warm message from former United goalkeeper Edwin van Sar and his wife Annemarie, who recovered from a brain hemorrhage in 2009.
"On the news of Sir Alex is devastating well about the situation itself. Stay strong and hope with everyone you recognize, Edwin & Annemarie," said the couple's Twitter post.
Another former United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel simply tweeted: "Please, be strong, win this" interspersed with prayer emojis.
Midfielder Michael Carrick said he was "absolutely devastated," adding, "All my thoughts and prayers are with him and his family, be a strong boss."
Vincent Kompany, captain of the new English master Manchester City summed up hundreds of messages from rival clubs and across football when he said, "Stay there, Sir Alex, the thoughts are with the family and close to each other."
Nicola Sturgeon, the first Scottish minister, Tweet off tweeting football: "My thoughts are with Alex Ferguson and his family – and wish him a full and speedy recovery."  Ferguson retired five years ago and has won 38 titles at Old Trafford in over 26 years including 13 in the Premier League and twice in the UEFA Champions League.
One week ago, he was a guest at United Memorial Vase to the old rival Arsene Wenger, who retires as Arsenal Manager
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Ferguson intended to retire at the end of the 2001-02 campaign, but changed his mind to a conversation with his wife Cathy and her family
But the death of his wife's twin sister in 2012 brought Ferguson what he later wrote, a "turning point".
I felt this after all the years that Cathy put me down First, it was time for me to take care of her needs, "he explained.
Before his arrival at Old Trafford, Ferguson, enjoyed success as Aberdeen manager, Glasgow giants Celtic and Rangers Old Firm dominance of Scottish football by defeating three league championships, four domestic cups and the 1983 European championship break cup for the Dons
A similar story occurred at Old Trafford where its United teams sealed Liverpool's dominance in their home game, culminating in the 1999 Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup triumphs.
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