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Topic - Darren Ferguson
"There's nothing wrong with his health, contrary to what some people are saying," said Darren, manager of Peterborough United.
"It could be a bit emotional with it being his last game at Old Trafford and all the kids and everything there," Ferguson's son, Darren, said in a video interview with the magazine Twentyfour7 Football. "No one will ever replace him. It should be a good day for the family on Sunday but he's ready to go."