Sir Alex Ferguson’s live TV interview abruptly cut short after Man Utd legend ‘breaks Sky Sports presenter’s heart’

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SIR ALEX FERGUSON broke a Sky Sports reporter’s heart during a brutal live interview.

A keen racing fan, the legendary former Manchester United boss stopped to chat with SunSport columnist Matt Chapman.

Sir Alex Ferguson was asked if Spurs will ever win the Premier League

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Sir Alex Ferguson was asked if Spurs will ever win the Premier LeagueCredit: X@SkySportsPL
The Scot broke the Sky Sports reporter's heart

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The Scot broke the Sky Sports reporter’s heartCredit: X@SkySportsPL

As a Tottenham supporter, Chapman asked Ferguson if his beloved side will ever win the Premier League.

In deadpan fashion, the Scot, 82, instantly replied: “No.”

He then burst out laughing, before saying again: “No.”

Chapman replied, in mock-sadness: “What’s funny about that? You’ve broken my heart!”

With his hands in his pockets, Ferguson said: “61’s the last time they won it… well that’s a long time.

“But the proposition today with Liverpool and Manchester City being so powerful… even for United.”

Chapman then cheekily cut in, saying: “I think Spurs are more likely to win it than United these days.”

Ferguson immediately replied: “No chance.”

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At this point Chapman cut the interview short, smiling as he said: “Thanks Sir Alex!

“Lovely to speak to Sir Alex Ferguson as always.”

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Fans loved the exchange, with one writing of the former United boss: “What a man.”

Another Red Devil contradicted Fergie, however, writing: “Spurs can surprise us.”

But a third tweeted: “He spoke no lies so I don’t know why the presenter was so hurt.”

And another pointed out: “Didn’t he say 10 years ago that City wouldn’t dominate England in his lifetime?”

Fergie is still a regular at Old Trafford, having retired in 2013.

He can often be seen in the posh seats at the Theatre of Dreams, and was even spotted sitting next to Ineos chief Sir Dave Brailsford and Sir Jim Ratcliffe at recent matches.

Ferguson, 82, has been spotted sitting next to Sir Jim Ratcliffe

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Ferguson, 82, has been spotted sitting next to Sir Jim RatcliffeCredit: Getty





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