Fergie vows to continue
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Sir Alex Ferguson admits he sometimes questions if he still has the energy.
Sir Alex Ferguson admits he sometimes questions if he has the energy to continue managing Manchester United.
The 63-year-old Scot has, perhaps harshly, been criticised in some quarters with The Red Devils only realistically having the FA Cup to aim at for the second successive season.
A new 12-month rolling contract with The Red Devils starts in June.
"Sometimes I ask: 'Do I still have the energy?'" Ferguson told Visao.
"But then I look to my side and see businessmen in their eighties.
"I am willing to stay on.
"We are building a great team, we have some of the best talent in the world."
Meanwhile, Roy Carroll has refused to concede he may have played his last game for the club.
The Northern Ireland goalkeeper has been replaced by Tim Howard and has been unable to agree a new contract at Old Trafford.
"Tim has got the spot at the moment but I will sit tight and hope something might happen," he told MUTV.
"There are still another nine Premiership games and maybe two more in the FA Cup left to play this season and, hopefully, I will get a chance to play in some of them."