FORMER MANCHESTER UNITED manager Alex Ferguson will release his second autobiography next month and a promotional trip to Dublin will follow soon after.
The cover of the forthcoming book was revealed today along with a list of five promotional dates where Ferguson, 71, will be ‘in conversation’ with a host.
The tour will conclude in Dublin on 8 November where Sky‘s Eamonn Holmes will host at The Convention Centre on North Wall Quay. The BBC’s Dan Walker and Dougie Donnelly are the men chosen to host some of the other events.
Though his face has adorned many biographies, The Daily Telegraph’s Paul Hayward has ghost-written Ferguson’s second autobiography, 14 years after ‘Managing My Life’.
Simply titled ‘My Autobiography’, the book will be released on 23 October, and a statement released with the cover image today says:
“Sir Alex has been reflecting on and jotting down the highlights of his quite extraordinary career for the last four years. In his new book he will reflect on his almost 27 years at Manchester United. It is a story that promises to reveal, entertain and inspire.”
Tickets for the Dublin event will go on sale from Easons.com from 17 September.