Alex Ferguson Net Worth,Wiki,Income Source,House,Cars,Personal Life

Alex Ferguson Net Worth,Wiki,Income Source,House,Cars,Personal Life

Facts of Alex Ferguson Net Worth,Wiki,Income Source,House,Cars,Personal Life

Net worth$50 million
Date of Birth:1941 December 31
First NameSir Alexander Chapman
Last NameFerguson
NationalityBritish
Age:77 years old
Birth Nation: United Kingdom
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch

Alex Ferguson popular known as Sir Alexander Champ Ferguson is the longest serving manager of Manchester United having estimated net worth to be 50 million dollars. He has won 13 Premier League Titles, 5 FA Cups and 2 Championship League Trophies among many other victories.

Alex Ferguson Net Worth

Alex Ferguson is a Scottish football manager and former player has an estimated net worth of $70 million as of Jan 17, 2017, as well as the richest manager in Britain. According to Football Managers, Sir Alex Ferguson earned almost 34 million pounds. It has been reported that he will be paid around 2 million pounds for about 20 appearances a year.

In 1967, his success with Dunfermline led to a record $65,000 contract with Glasgow Rangers. In 1966, Alex Ferguson signed a worth $106,000 to transfer fee to the Rangers. In 2010, his annual income as a football manager is $12,420,000. As per the report, Alex earned $7 million for his position at Old Trafford and his annual income is $10,500,000 in 2013. In 2014, he receives $3,250,000 from his short stint with the Manchester United.

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Alex Ferguson House and Car

Alex Ferguson has owns a luxury mansion in the small town of Macclesfield in England worth $10 million.

Alex owned a Chevrolet Volt worth $60,000 before the sponsorship jersey deal of Manchester United with the General Motors was done.

Alex Ferguson Career

In 1957, Alex made his debut as an amateur with Queen's Park and played 31 games for the team, scored 20 goals but he couldn't secure a regular place in the team. He moved to St. Johnstone in 1960, where he scored in 31 league matches.

In 1964, Alex signed a contract with Dunfermline and become a professional footballer. He led the Scottish League along with Celtic's Joe McBride with 31 goals in 1965 to 1966 season. In 1969, he joined Falkirk where he was made the player-coach. He was removed from his role after four seasons by the new manager which made him quit the team.

Before ending his playing career Alex played for Ayr United. In June 1974, he secured a part-time managerial position with East Stirlingshire but was lured away by rival team St. Mirren within months. In October 1974, he started working with St. Mirren and served till 1978  when he was fired from the post.In June 1978, he joined Aberdeen replacing their manager Billy MC Neill. Till 1986, he worked with Aberdeen, winning the Cup  Winner's Cup, UEFA Super Cup and was offered the position of manager with Manchester United. He added new players like Steve Bruce, Brian McClair, Neil Webb and Paul Ince to the team.

Alex signed a new deal with United to manage the team for 11 more seasons and the team won the FA Cup in 2004 as well as beat Wigan Athletic 4-0 in the League Cup finals to lift the trophy in 2006. By the time of Alex retirement, the team won the European Cup in 2008, clinched three straight league titles in 2009 and Premier League in 2013.

Alex Ferguson Early Life and Personal Life

Alex Ferguson is known as Sir Alexander Chapman was born at his grandmother home on December 31, 1941, in British, Scottish, Welsh. His father Alexender Beaton Ferguson who is a plater's helper in the shipbuilding industry, mother Elizabeth Hardie and with 1 siblings named Martin Ferguson. He attended Broomloan Road Primary School and later went to Govan High School. Alex graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University, where he received an Honorary Doctorate Business Administrative in 1998.

Talking about his personal life, In 1966, Alex Ferguson got married to Cathy Holding. The couple was blessed with three sons together named Mark, twins Darren and Jason.


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