20 and out for Sir Alex?

Sir Alex Ferguson has won the Premier League title with Manchester United for the last time according to Ladbrokes.

The bookies are now taking bets on how often Ferguson will get his hands on the trophy again after their most recent triumph and make that victory their 11/8 favourite to be his last.

It's 6/4 that he wins exactly one more league trophy before retiring with 5/1 the price he calls time on his illustrious career this summer. Despite the success, it remains 25/1 that officials rename Old Trafford after the manager in any way within the next 20 years.

Looking ahead to next season United are the 6/4 favourites to retain the title while it's 10/1 they win the next three in order to break their own record for consecutive victories.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes told Football Betting News: "It looks like Sir Alex may have lifted the Premier League title for the last time. Regardless of his time left at the club United are firm favourites to kick on next season with their own record in sight."

He added: "Many United fans are guaranteed excitement right until the wire as they bank on their side breaking the points tally this season."


Manchester United specials

How many more PL titles will Sir Alex Ferguson win (bets void if he retires this summer)

0 - 11/8

1 - 6/4

2 - 5/1

3 - 16/1

4+ - 20/1


Sir Alex Ferguson to retire this summer  5/1


How many more PL titles will Ryan Giggs win from now (as a player)

0 - 1/2

1+ - 7/5 


To win the next three titles (starting from season 2013/14 - breaking their own PL record for consecutive titles) 10/1


Old Trafford renamed after Sir Alex Ferguson before 2033 - 25/1

To break the points record this season - 8/1

To register at least 100 points next season - 16/1


Premier League 2013/14

Manchester United - 6/4

Manchester City - 7/4

Chelsea - 7/2

Arsenal - 16/1

Written By:- Dean McHugh (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 23/04/2013 - 12:30 PM
Filed in:- Man Utd Betting News, Manchester United

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