Fergie Time: Manchester turns out to honour retiring manager on final victory parade
ALEX FERGUSON challenged Manchester United's Premier League title winners to make it a hat-trick in the next two seasons.
Ferdinand's late winner a fitting end to epic day
There have been goals scored later than this at Old Trafford in the last 26 years, there have been much more significant wins than this, but Rio Ferdinand's 87th-minute strike is unique in being the last late winner of Alex Ferguson's reign.
Moyes 'humbled' as an emotional Goodison bids farewell
At both Everton and Manchester United it was independence day. However, in contrast to Old Trafford, where Alex Ferguson's goodbye was staged like a North Korean rally, David Moyes' farewell was understated and, in its way, classier.
Ferguson – I decided to retire last christmas
Alex Ferguson used his last post-match interview at Old Trafford finally to lift the lid on his decision to call it a day.
Scholes bows out as 'one of United's greatest'
Paul Scholes ended his Manchester United career having been billed as one of the club's greatest ever players by Alex Ferguson following his farewell appearance at Old Trafford.
Ferguson hits Rooney with his parting shot
This is how they all dream of leaving. Every politician, every captain of industry, every totalitarian leader of every rogue state and every football manager that ever lived will have looked on Alex Ferguson's day at Old Trafford yesterday and thought that, as farewells go, it would be pretty impossible to improve on.
A high-stakes battle of Ferguson, Magnier and JP McManus
The friendship of Sir Alex Ferguson and Ireland's most powerful racing figure, John Magnier of Coolmore Stud.
Moyes: Manchester United job was too good to turn down
Outgoing Everton manager David Moyes said he was disappointed to be leaving a "great club" but admitted there was no way he could turn down the opportunity to replace Fergie.
James Lawton: Get rid of Rooney, bring in Fellaini
How Moyes can make an immediate impact.
Handing Moyes keys to the bus a huge gamble
Choosing Moyes is Fergie's last selection gamble.
Perhaps the day Fergie has dreaded most of all
This day has filled Alex Ferguson with dread.
Ferguson's best United XI
Possibly the best United XI during Ferguson's tenure.
Chosen one forged from same steel as master
The mentor is finally united with the apprentice.
'You couldn't meet a nicer man, or more down-to-earth fella'
Man Utd's Ireland scout for 41 seasons on Fergie
Fergie's rivalries through the years
Perches, mind-games, 'novice' Wenger, upstart Mourinho and noisy neighbours.
Vision, integrity and obsession – traits that made Fergie a genius
Was Alex Ferguson a great leader?
'It hasn't sunk in yet that he is going'
Ryan Giggs tucked away the 34th winner's medal of his Manchester United career last Sunday, watched on as Alex Ferguson bade farewell to Old Trafford and began to contemplate life under David Moyes.
I'll cry many times when I leave, admits Fergie
Alex Ferguson challenged his players to secure a hat-trick of Premier League titles.
A football father true to principles until very end
The 723rd and final home game of Alex Ferguson's 9,685 days as manager.
Dion Fanning: In football, he lived as few have ever lived
Nobody ever looked at Ferguson and said it must be lonely at the top.
Declan Lynch: How Ferguson ruined my life with his curse
THIS man ruined my life.
Tommy Conlon: A giant personality who wielded a giant chequebook
It's usually someone else doing the ringing.
Capello claims stress of modern game real reason Ferguson quit
The pressures of the job prompted Alex Ferguson to retire
"Fergie's trophy-laden career at Man Utd had a strong Irish flavour, with Roy Keane the cream of the crop."
"Alex Ferguson was terrifying - but we will miss him."
"Alex Ferguson's desire to win so often appeared to be as important as life itself"
"There has never been, nor ever will be, a harder job in football than to be the successor to Alex Ferguson"
"The young Glasgow firebrand who rose to become the greatest manager in British football"
"Football must prepare for life without its greatest personality but Ferguson the 'mad man' will never be gone"