Sir Alex Ferguson will manage for the last time on Sunday in an otherwise meaningless match at West Bromwich Albion. It's an anticlimactic end to a career that spanned four decades, but it's also a fitting one, since Manchester United wrapped up the title a month ago.
In his time at Old Trafford, the 71-year-old has won the league 13 times. He's won the Champions League twice, the FA Cup five times, and the League Cup four times en route to 38 trophies in 26 seasons as the United boss. After the West Brom match, Ferguson will say his goodbyes, step down as manager, and spend the rest of his days peering down from the box in the sky. (That's not a metaphor for death. He's going to stay with the club as a director.)