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Sir Alex joked about Liverpool after waking from brain surgery

Sir Alex joked about Liverpool after waking from brain surgery

Sir Alex joked about Liverpool after waking from brain surgery

Sir Alex Ferguson is out of a coma and talking to friends and family at his bedside at the Salford Royal Hospital as he begins his recovery from a brain haemorrhage.

The legendary Manchester United boss had emergency surgery at the weekend and remains in intensive care.

Considered the most successful manager in the history of British football, Ferguson, 76, won 38 major trophies in just over 26 years in charge of United, including 13 Premier League titles and the Champions League twice before retiring in 2013.

Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid speaks to Sir Alex Ferguson after the UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Real Madrid at National Stadium of Wales on June 3, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales.

Manchester United in a statement announced that Sir Alex's surgery 'has gone well'.

"You can only hope and pray that everything is going to be OK".

"[The club] are positive, they are very positive".

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"But (as a club) we are positive".

And it has now been revealed that, through all of the health problems over the past few days, Ferguson senior's first words after his operation concerned his son.

Lukaku gave an optimistic update on Tuesday about his prospects of recovering from an ankle injury in time for the FA Cup final, and Mourinho said: "That's what we try". "That's what we try", said Mourinho, who added that Fellaini had a chance of playing at home to Watford in the final Premier League game.

"The most important quality is to be a man, M-A-N, capitals, a proper man", he said.

"Everyone will be wishing him a speedy recovery".

The haemorrhage is a bleed between the skull and surface of the brain, which usually starts with a sudden "thunderclap" headache so painful that many people lose consciousness. Ferguson's was diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage, it has already operated. Ferguson is believed to have said to his family.

The club's stars said they were "overwhelmed" by the legend's plight. "Everyone thinks it was all this "hairdryer", but the boss enjoys a good time, really enjoys his racing and is good company when you're around him".

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