Good wishes for Sir Alex Ferguson after brain haemorrhage surgery

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Goodwill messages are continuing to pour in for Sir Alex Ferguson, one of world football's most iconic managerial figures who is recovering in hospital after undergoing emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage.

Manchester United has not given any further update since Saturday when a procedure on the haemorrhage had gone "very well", but that a period of intensive care is needed to optimise his recovery.

Ferguson spent nearly 27 years as manager of United before retiring in 2013 as the most successful coach in British football history.

Ferguson won 38 trophies in 26 seasons as United boss before retiring from his role at Old Traford in 2013.

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The operation went "very well", his former club Manchester United said.

Sir Alex Ferguson's first words after emergency brain surgery, were reportedly on Doncaster Rovers' result.

"We were devastated when I heard the news after the game on Saturday coming back from Leicester", Moyes said at a press conference on Wednesday afternoon.

The Sun reported that the prognosis "is good" for the Scot as he continues on his road to recovery.

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His wife Cathy, and the couple's three sons Mark, Darren and Jason, have been by the Man Utd legend's side since he was taken by ambulance under police escort to Salford Royal Hospital.

"I think the way I work with my assistants, I give them very good conditions for their evolution and I think Michael can be very positive for us".

Chelsea boss Antonie Conte said: "I have had the possibility to know him and his wife and to understand that this is a special person". So when you find one of them you have to value and you have to keep and in this case is not about me, it is about the club.

The next few days are said to be "crucial" in Ferguson's recovery according to a former player of his, with Ryan Giggs the latest to share his thoughts and well wishes like much of world football. "It's a tough time for everyone but I'm thinking positive and hoping he will pull through".

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