Sir Alex Ferguson has decided to concede interviews with the BBC after almost a decade. Ferguson did not want to be interviewed by the BBC secodary to a documentary made in 2004.
The documentary was dedicated to Manchester United and placed Ferguson's son in a bad light. Sir Alex Ferguson' son was classified as a person who was successful because of his father.
In the year 2011, Sir Alex Ferguson reunited with the Director General of the BBC Mark Thompson and the regional director of the BBC Peter Salmon. The result was a reconciliation between the BBC and Sir Alex Ferguson.
The peace deal consists of burying the past and move forward. Sir Alex Ferguson will give interviews with the BBC concerning Manchester United.
I am glad that Sir Alex Ferguson made peace with the BBC and that both parties buried the past. Sir Alex Ferguson proved that he can rise above the occasion and go forward with living.
The BBC deserves praise as well for its efforts in resolving its differences with one of the greatest in football/soccer. The Premier League Insider would like to close this article with a song dedicted to Sir Alex Ferguson.
The song is titled "Red Is The Man (Sir Alex Ferguson)" and is interpreted by Fabrian Goroncy and The World Red Army. It is hoped that the public enjoys the song.