Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson just keeps going and going. Next year he’ll celebrate his 25th year in charge of Manchester United, but is it coming close to Fergie calling it a day? When he does there’ll be a queue of people after one of the top jobs in world football, with a fair few Premiership managers lining up for the job. Two of these were doing battle in an entertaining 2-2 draw between Sunderland and Everton at the Stadium of Light on Monday. David Moyes and Steve Bruce have both been touted as potential future Manchester United managers, with the former doing a great job at Goodison Park and the latter playing under Sir Alex at Old Trafford. The two Premier League managers are sharing a joke here, but what has brought a smile to their faces?
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