“I’m a Govan Boy” – Being Proud of Your Roots | Exclusive Clip | Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In

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In this exclusive clip, Sir Alex Ferguson explains why it was important he tried to connect millionaire players to their working class roots.

Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In

Available on Amazon Prime in the UK & Ireland from 29th May.

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