So many managers used to bemoan "Fergie time" due to a fear that they too would become victims of conceding late, important goals in big matches.
For more than a quarter of a century, Sir Alex Ferguson was at the helm of Manchester United, experiencing unparalleled success. A lot of this cam courtesy of his side's never-say-die attitude, which would see them often secure victories in the dying embers of games.
One of the most famous of these occasions was United's comeback in the Camp Nou in 1999, which saw them lift the Champions League trophy thanks to not one, but two stoppage time goals.
It was characteristic of Fergie's team to never be counted out of contention, even when the odds were stacked against them.
Therefore it was somewhat surprising that the legendary manager's last game would see his side squander their own lead to draw 5-5 with West Brom.
However, here is a countdown of the great man's five best comebacks as manager at Old Trafford.
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