- Alex Ferguson pays tribute to hospital staffs for their 'great care'
- The former Manchester United boss underwent a brain surgery
- The 76-year-old also thanked fans around the world for their support
Sir Alex Ferguson has said he is grateful for the love and care he got from the hospital staffs after his surgery for a brain haemorrhage in May.
The 76-year-old has spoken publicly for the first time since going home from hospital in a video message on Twitter.
The former Manchester United manager also thanked well wishers "for the support you have given me".
Ferguson said: "It has made me feel so humble, as have all the messages I have received from all over the world."
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported that Manchester United have announced that former manager Alex Ferguson is out of intensive care after the veteran Scot suffering a brain haemorrhage.
The 76-year-old Scot, was rushed to hospital on May 5, with a life-threatening brain haemorrhage but is already awake and talking.
Ferguson surprised fans by making football his first discussion as he got off from coma.
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