Sir Alex Ferguson is set to feature on the last ever live edition of 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire', nine years after first appearing on the show.
He will be on the same team as presenter Eamonn Holmes, as they desperately try and win money for their respective charities.
The former Manchester United manager will be keen to ensure he gets to the very top, just like his career. The 71-year-old will also be hoping he doesn't get questioned about the Man Utd career of David Moyes so far, as a 50:50 choice between 'badly' and 'very badly', could prove difficult.
The legend status of Fergie at the Red Devils has divided opinion, with Roy Keane recently claiming Sir Alex was still trying to exert "control and power" at Old Trafford.
Louis Saha, who has been a player under both managers, disagrees:
"I don't think if something has been done by Sir Alex Ferguson it's to disrupt anything, it's to give help and advice.
"Controlling everything, I don't think David Moyes would accept that.
"He likes to do things his own way, and that's for sure that he will listen to advice but I don't think he will let anyone else control what happens at the club."
The debate comes following the insistence of the former Man Utd boss travelling on the team coach with the squad and new manager, which some say undermines the authority of Moyes.
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