In a survey conducted by bookmakers Ladbrokes, it was revealed that the public deemed Sir Alex the second most controversial sports manager of all time.
The Andy Gray Column: Sam Allardyce 100% right about penalty saga, referees DO always favour Manchester United
MM columnist Andy Gray lifts lid on United’s week.
The Andy Gray Column: Don’t write Manchester City off just yet – the title battle has only just begun
Gray believes there’s more to go.
The Andy Gray Column: Get real… Manchester United players had every right to celebrate win over rivals City
Gray says football is a game of emotions.
The Andy Gray Column: Neither side can afford Manchester derby slip-up, but City’s defence gives them edge
Gray believes the winners can move away from the chasing pack.
The Andy Gray Column: Manchester United have to share Robin van Persie’s load to help title challenge
Gray believes United are close to being called a one-man team.
The Andy Gray Column: Sacking Roberto Mancini would be an absolute joke when Manchester City top league
City’s Champions League was always going to be tricky.
The Andy Gray Column: Super-sub Edin Dzeko must fix terrible full-game role before he gets Manchester City start
Dzeko may be good sub, but he is not worth starting.
The Andy Gray Column: ‘Group of Death’ not cause of Manchester City’s Champions League failure – they are
Gray believes Sir Alex Ferguson’s worked on Manchester United.
The Andy Gray Column: Manchester United’s frail and flawed defence puts Premier League title out of reach
United have conceded 11 in last four games.
The Andy Gray Column: Roberto Mancini is right – Manchester City have it all to do in Champions League
Gray believes Mancini was right to take blame for City’s 3-1 defeat in Amsterdam.