10 Jun '11, 2pm

Could this be Alex Ferguson's next great Man Utd team?

MANCHESTER - Perhaps it is his looming 70th birthday in December that has prompted Sir Alex Ferguson to press the fast forward button on his next, and likely final, great team at Manchester United. For the first time since David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville and company sent Mark Hughes, Andrei Kanchelskis and Paul Parker hurtling towards the Old Trafford exit door in 1995, Ferguson has chosen revolution, rather than evolution, as the narrative for his summer rebuilding programme. Sixteen years ago, Ferguson's bright young talents proved, despite the well-voiced doubts, that you can actually win things with kids by propelling United to a league and cup double in their first full season. But the final fading of the light on that golden generation, with Scholes and Neville making the 2010-11 campaign their last, has sparked Ferguson's most radical overhaul of his Unite...

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