Wenger says `fears the worst` over Fergie’s revelations in upcoming autobiography
London – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that he ‘fears the worst’ over what might emerge from former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson’s upcoming autobiography.
Ferguson’s latest book will hit the shelves on Thursday and is expected not to pull any punches over the Scot’s 27 years of experience of being a manager of the Old Trafford side, including his bitter rivalry with Wenger through the years, which reached to the top with the infamous pizza-chucking fracas between the two teams in 2004.
According to Metro.co.uk, although the rivalry between Wenger and Ferguson have mellowed in recent seasons, the Frenchman still does not expect to be spared by Ferguson and quipped that he, and many others, are expecting the worst.
Meanwhile, Wenger said he thinks that Ferguson’s glorious legacy could be a hindrance to current United boss David Moyes, saying that Ferguson should be remembered for doing well for the club rather than his personality becoming a handicap for United.