Sir Alex Ferguson and Tony Blair
Sir Alex Ferguson has said:
"I think Tony Blair was a fantastic Prime Minister."
Blair and Sir Jimmy Savile
Sir Alex Ferguson says:
"Gordon Brown was ... fantastic."
Sir Alex Ferguson was sacked by St. Mirren football club.
An industrial tribunal concluded that Ferguson was "particularly petty" and "immature".
It was claimed during the tribunal by St. Mirren chairman, Willie Todd, that Ferguson had "no managerial ability".
Sir Alex Ferguson "intimidated" referees.
This resulted in "Fergie Time".
This meant that in matches which Manchester United were losing, the referees reportedly allowed unusually generous injury time, thus allowing Manchester United a chance to win.   
Abrahams claimed Ferguson had got into her car uninvited.
'He kept leaning across and grabbing my thigh,' said Abrahams. 'I kept pushing his hand away saying, "No, no".'
When they arrived at Ferguson's hotel, he allegedly propositioned her.
Sir Alex Ferguson
Ferguson part owned a racehorse, Rock of Gibraltar, with Susan Magnier, the wife of John Magnier.
When the horse retired, Ferguson sued John Magnier in 2003, as he claimed that John Magnier owed him tens of millions of dollars in stud rights.
Magnier counter-sued Ferguson.
John and Susan Magnier
Ferguson accepted a one-off £2.5 million payoff to end the dispute.
Former Manchester United player Roy Keane used the example of Rock of Gibraltar as an example of Ferguson's selfishness.
Alex Ferguson's horse racing scandal
Above: Ferguson and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.