It's difficult to put it down in print, but you can imagine Sir Alex Ferguson uttering his well known phrase, "very pwoud".
It's difficult to put it down in print, but you can imagine Sir Alex Ferguson uttering his well known phrase, \"very pwoud\".
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This time, though, the praise is not being lavished on his Manchester United players. Instead, it's being heaped upon Paul Lawrie, the lone Scot in the European Ryder Cup team.
His focus may be on United's match with Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Saturday, but Ferguson will be keeping an eye on proceedings in Chicago over the weekend as Lawrie, and the rest of Team Europe, battle to retain the famous gold chalice at Medinah.
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