• Having left United for Celtic in 2005, Roy Keane's testimonial reunited the Irishman with his former boss.
  • Fergie embraces Fred the Red following a Premier League match at Old Trafford in 2006.
  • Fergie time, squeaky bum time, call it what you will; Sir Alex checking his watch has become an iconic image of modern football.
  • After struggling to regain their dominance of the Premier League in the mid-noughties, Fergie was able to bring the good times back to Manchester in 2007.
  • In what would turn out to be one of Sir Alex's more controversial signings Carlos Tevez joined the Reds in 2007 for £20 million.
  • Fergie also brought in two promising midfielders; Owen Hargreaves and Nani, as he attempted to keep hold of the title in 2008.
  • Sven Goran Erikson joined Sir Alex to lay a wreath in the centre circle of Old Trafford to mark the 50th anniversary of the Munich air disaster.
  • Ferguson was once again reunited with his former captain, but this time the two went head-to-head as managers; after Keane took on the Sunderland job.
  • Another back-to-back title win for Fergie and United in 2008, as they equalled Liverpool's record of 18 top flight championships.
  • 2008 also marked a successful Champions League campaign for Sir Alex, as his team beat Chelsea on penalties to win the club's third European Cup.
  • Manchester United were confirmed as the World's best club, as Fergie lifted the Fifa Club World Cup in 2008.
  • Disappointment for Sir Alex as he leads his team to receive their runners-up medals after being defeated by Barcelona in the 2009 Champions League final.
  • Toucan play at that game: Sir Alex on a visit to Shanghai Zoo during United's pre-season tour of China.
  • An unexpected signing as Fergie recruited Liverpool legend Michael Owen on a free transfer in 2009.
  • Fergie shares a laugh with Big Sam and Mike Phelan, but Steve McClaren looks like he didn't get it.
  • Sir Alex addresses the Old Trafford faithful after the 2009-10 season, where United were pipped to the title by Carlo Ancelotti's Chelsea.
  • The media have often enjoyed a Fergie quip, and make sure they don't miss a word. Sir Alex surrounded by microphones in 2010.
  • Ferguson embraces his longest serving player, Ryan Giggs, as United are confirmed as 2010-11 Premier League champions at Ewood Park.
  • This title saw United surpass Liverpool's record of 19 top flight titles, a feat no United fan could have dreamed of when Fergie took the reigns in '86.
  • Ferguson is flanked by Barcelona players, after his team were taught a footballing lesson by the Catalans in the 2011 Champions League final.
  • Sir Alex joined his players on an open top bus during United's celebrations of Fergie's 12th and United's 19th title.
  • A 24 hour job: Sir Alex talks tactics as Manchester United head to the United States for pre-season friendlies in 2011.
  • Pele and United legend Eric Cantona faced Sir Alex as their New York Cosmos side faced the Reds for Paul Scholes' testimonial match.
  • In a game that Sir Alex described as ''the lowest moment of my career'' United were thumped 6-1 at home to local rivals City.
  • The 2011-12 season saw the club pick up no major silverware, knocked out of the League Cup by Palace, Champions League by Basel and FA Cup by Liverpool.
  • Sir Alex's blood boils when Nani is sent off in the 2012-13 Champions League last 16 match against Real Madrid. United were knocked out at this stage.
  • The club seal a 20th league title and 13th for Sir Alex in 2012-13, this turns out to be the manager's last.
  • During Sir Alex Ferguson's time at Manchester United, he has won 13 league titles, 3 European titles, 5 FA Cups and 4 League Cups.

Sir Alex: 2006-2013

Having left United for Celtic in 2005, Roy Keane's testimonial reunited the Irishman with his former boss.