Sir Alex Ferguson has been in charge at the Old Trafford for 27 glorious years of which he claimed 13 league titles, two Champions Leagues, the Cup Winners' Cup, five FA Cups and four League Cups.
It was on Twitter trending topics/hashtags today that I received the news of Sir Alex Ferguson will be leaving his position as the Manchester United manager by the end of this season.
I don't know whether this is a good news or bad news.
But, personally I think that he has made a right decision to leave the position at the peak of his career. Having clinched the Barclays title this season in style, he could rest assured that this current team that he leaves will continue to create more history.
After this season's Barclays Premier League title, altogether, Manchester United have won 13 league titles, two Champions Leagues, the Cup Winners' Cup, five FA Cups and four League Cups under his reign.
While he will still be close to Old Trafford since he will be appointed as the club's director and ambassador, there were several talks on who is going to replace him as the manager of one of the best football club in the world.
Names such as Jose Mourinho, David Moyes, Jurgen Klopp and Manuel Pellegrini are among the popular candidates to fill in the hot seat although Mourinho might consider off to Chelsea in his earlier statement of hinting to return back to England.
Whoever he is, he will be blessed with a team which already have the capability to won any title in any competition.