Sir Alex Ferguson's "My Autobiography" - Key Revelations

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Sir Alex Ferguson's new autobiography was released to the press today, and it didn't take long for the juicer parts to spread across the world.

The fiery Scot, who in his 26 and-a-half year reign led Manchester United to an unprecedented 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League trophies and five FA Cups, has more than a few tales to tell from his time in the hot-seat.

Of course along the way he got involved in more than his fair share of controversies and picked up a few anecdotes.

In his book, the imaginatively-titled "My Autobiography", Ferguson also gives his opinion on some of the most important moments in Manchester United and football history - and here we round up all the info you need to know from an amazing day of revelations.

Click the links to see the full stories.

 - Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted Wayne Rooney told him he should have signed Mesut Ozil.

 - Ferguson reveals he is unsure who threw the pizza during the infamous 'pizza gate'' scandal after Manchester United's win over Arsenal in 2004.

- Ferguson hits out at Roy Keane and David Beckham and reveals explosive rows - explains why they departed.

 - Manchester United boss tried to sign Fernando Torres when he was 16-years-old.

 - Sir Alex Ferguson: Liverpool's Steven Gerrard is not a top, top player

 - Ferguson reveals details of deal to sign Robin van Persie from Arsenal

 - Ferguson insists he wasn't tempted to become England manager

- Ferguson suggests Frank Lampard is overrated 

Keep checking back for more stories from Sir Alex Ferguson's explosive Autobiography 

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