Ex-Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson takes a teaching role at Harvard [Best tweets]
- Updated: April 4, 2014
On Friday legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson announced his return to employment, taking a role as a lecturer at Harvard University.
The Telegraph reported it as a ‘long-term teaching position’.
“Sir Alex Ferguson is to become a Harvard academic after agreeing to a “long-term teaching position” at the Ivy League university.
Britain’s most successful ever manager will return to the Boston institution next month to lecture senior executives from around the world, less than a year after giving its Business School an unprecedented insight in to his coaching blueprint.”
Some of the best tweets can be seen below:
Fergie to take 'long-term teaching position' at Harvard. Hairdryer 101? http://t.co/1Q8Ogojw9H
— James Dart (@James_Dart) April 4, 2014
Ferguson made his name being a complete dick and making working class people hyper-efficient. Perfect for Harvard Business School.
— Tyler Duffy (@tyduffy) April 4, 2014
Imagine being a hungover student and shuffling into a lecture room late only to find this man waiting for you… http://t.co/KuVUQZJTSW
— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) April 4, 2014
Alex Ferguson to teach at Harvard Uni. I submit most of my uni assignments in Fergie time.
— Nick Stoll (@NickStoll) April 4, 2014
It won't take long for Ferguson to call Harvard University is NOT a 'top top university' in his next book.
— Total LFC (@TheTotalLFC) April 4, 2014
Sir Alex will be teaching a course called 'The Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports' at Harvard Business School.
— ManUtd Stuff (@ManUtdStuff) April 4, 2014
Sir Alex to teach at Harvard. How long before University of Phoenix pick up David Moyes? http://t.co/cddSJimZMt
— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) April 4, 2014
Alex Ferguson is taking up a teaching position at Harvard. I dread to think how long his classes will last…
— Ben McCluskey (@benmccluskey89) April 4, 2014