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Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is retiring after more than a quarter of a century at the helm, the soccer club has revealed.
The club has appointed David Moyes, formerly of English club Everton, as its new manager.
Ferguson has managed Manchester United -- which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and has millions of fans around the world -- since 1986.
During more than two decades at the helm "Fergie", as he is affectionately known by fans, has won more than 30 trophies, including 13 league championships and two Champions League wins.
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