Caption Competition: Fergie signs on the dotted line

It’s been a busy week for Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Fergie signed up Ashley Young and David De Gea, and on top of that the veteran Man United boss was honoured by the University of Stirling for his outstanding contribution to sport.

After securing Manchester United’s 19th league title, there aren’t enough superlatives you can throw Fergie’s way. The 69-year-old is a living legend and many Man United fans will be hoping that he signs on the dotted line and extends his contract, in fact they will wish that he never has to leave.

Here is Sir Alex after being honoured by the University of Stirling signing his autograph for a few of his fans, but why does he look so concerned?

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This week you can win a copy of Manchester United Season Review 2010/11 on DVD!

Relive every game and every goal of Manchester United’s historic 19th League title-winning season with the spectacular new Manchester United Season Review 2010/11, a must-have memento for every fan of the Red Devils.

Fantastic footage and exclusive interviews bring to life a wonderful season that saw Sir Alex’s men fight off challenges from local rivals Manchester City, defending champions Chelsea and Arsène Wenger’s Arsenal to clinch their 19th League title, overtaking Liverpool to become the most decorated club in English football.

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Last week’s winner: rickyclick here to see all entries