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Doctors warn next few weeks are key to Sir Alex Ferguson's long-term recovery prospects...

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    • Doctors warn next few weeks are key to Sir Alex Ferguson's long-term recovery prospects after Manchester United legend's emergency surgery to treat brain haemorrhage.
    • Sir Alex Ferguson was admitted to the Salford Royal Hospital on Saturday
    • He had emergency surgery and the 76-year-old is now in a stable condition
    • Doctors have warned recovery over next month will define long-term prospects
    Managers Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger also paid tribute to Ferguson
    Doctors have warned that the next few weeks of Sir Alex Ferguson's recovery are integral to his long-term prospects.
    The iconic former Manchester United manager was admitted to Salford Royal Hospital, one of the country's best neurological centres, and had emergency surgery on Saturday.
    Ferguson, 76, is now in a stable condition after being treated for a brain haemorrhage following a fall at home.

    By Amitai Winehouse For Mailonline
    09:16 BST 07 May 2018, updated 20:26 BST 07 May 2018

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