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Manchester United's Phil Jones and Juan Mata wish Sir Alex Ferguson a full recovery

Phil Jones and Sir Alex Ferguson after a pre-season match in New Jersey
Phil Jones and Sir Alex Ferguson after a pre-season match in New Jersey
PT KONTAK PERKASA FUTURES - Manchester United and England defender Phil Jones says he was "devastated" to learn that Sir Alex Ferguson is seriously ill.

PT KONTAK PERKASA FUTURES - The former United boss remains in Salford hospital, having undergone emergency surgery on Saturday following a brain haemorrhage.

Ferguson won 38 trophies during his time as manager of the club and signed Jones from Blackburn in 2011.
  
Alan Irwin reports from outside the Salford Royal Hospital, where Sir Alex Ferguson is recovering after undergoing emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage
Regarding his ex-manager's serious illness, Jones said: "Just devastated, absolutely devastated.
"He is such a legend in my eyes.
"He is the one who brought me to the club and gave me that opportunity to play for one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"He's taken me under his wing like a father.
"It was shocking, it's sad, but I know his character.
"I know he has that fight in him. Hopefully he'll recover well.
"He has got all his family and friends around him, the support from all the players and staff at Man United, and football around the world.
"When something like that does happen it's nice that the football world comes together and shows support and we are all rooting for him. I'm sure he will be fine."
Jones' team-mate Juan Mata also dedicated his weekly blog post to Ferguson.
Although the Spaniard was signed by Ferguson's successor David Moyes, midfielder Mata spoke about the Scot's lasting impact at United.
"This blog's entry is going to be particularly short, if you don't mind," Mata wrote.
"This Saturday, all of us were overwhelmed by the news about Sir Alex Ferguson's health condition.
Mata says Sir Alex Ferguson has been a 'unique and fundamental figure in the football world'
Mata says Sir Alex Ferguson has been a 'unique and fundamental figure in the football world'
"This circumstance has had a huge impact on Manchester United, as you can imagine. All of us are united right now, wishing Sir Alex a speedy recovery.
"He has been a unique and fundamental figure in the football world over the last few decades.
"I've never been coached by him, unfortunately, yet I know well his incomparable legacy on this club, that winning mentality and fighting gene that we must honour in the last three games of the season, especially in the FA Cup final.
"To achieve that, we are going to work hard while we eagerly await good news about Sir Alex's recovery."

Source : skysports.com