Sir Alex Ferguson, father of The Duchess of York and Manchester United manager slipped while celebrating Wayne Rooney's equalizer against Chelsea on Saturday, in front of a worldwide audience.
The 'Red Devils' Boss became airborne after going wild and screaming
"Jolly good show, great goal Wayne, I knew you could do it"
Sir Alex is amazing in that he not only talks in a BBC 'Home counties' accent, but also in BSL the sign language for the deaf. When he tripped, not only was he heard to say "Ouch" but he also showed the sign for ouch to cameramen using just two fingers.
In Seine News, was at the match and interviewed Sir Alex, who said;
"Oh dear, I tripped."
Fergie, stayed in excellent mood even when Chelsea scored to make it 2-1, thus leaving the title race 'wide open'.
Never once did his mood blacken after the goal.
"Oh hard luck men - that penalty has blown the title race wide open - but don't panic, don't panic! I've seen worse at Omderman when we were fighting the Fuzzy-Wuzzies - we,ve got the skill, we've goot graqce and we've got Rooney - may the best team win!" he said in his best Clive Dunn accent.
Why can't all managers be as sporting as Sir Alex? He is an example to us all.
"Hip hip hooray!" "Hip hip hooray!" "Hip hip hooray!" for Sir Alex!