Manchester United manager is famous for his sharp tongue and players often talk of the verbal dressing downs he is capable of handing out, but it looks as though his use of choice language isn't just confined to his underperforming stars.
The Old Trafford legend was taking part in a game of charades for a the Big United Quiz on Manchester United’s official television channel, when he was asked to act out Diego Maradona’s infamous ‘Hand of God’ goal against England in the 1986 World cup.
Ferguson may be adept at giving tactical instructions next to a football pitch, but his charades skills left a lot to be desire, so it was no surprise club doctor Steve McNally and physio Neil Hough had trouble getting it.
They finally did, however, and the Scot expressed his relief with some unrepeatable language – much to the delight of the opposing team containing Ryan Giggs, Wayne Rooney and Jonny Evans.
Watch Ferguson’s hilarious slip of the tongue below...
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