There’s a cool write up in the Official Site titled Celebs ask Sir Alex.
Here are 3 of my favorites:
You seem to be the object of more public speculation and criticism than any other manager has ever had before. How does it affect you?
Simon Le Bon, singer (Duran Duran)
I think it’s part of the job when you’re manager of Manchester United. It’s not just me, either. Look at the criticism Ronaldo gets, the best player in the world. He only has to have half a bad game and he’s slaughtered. Cantona got it, he got slaughtered for ages. You see the criticism that Gary Neville gets because he’s a dyed-in-the-wool Manchester United man. You have to accept it’s part of the package. It doesn’t bother me one bit.
Sir Alex, as the greatest manager of all time, is it hard to be humble?
Ian Brown, singer (solo, Stone Roses)
I think the important thing is just to keep you feet on the ground. I have a common sense attitude to life. My wife cringes every time someone calls me Sir Alex or calls her Lady Cathy. She says to me, “I don’t know why you accepted it in the first place!” So your family keep your feet on the ground. I’ve never been the type to get carried away with it anyway, so it’s easy for me.
What’s the most amazing thing you’ve ever seen in training?
Dominic Monaghan, actor (Lost, Lord of the Rings)
The most amazing thing is Paul Scholes, in the morning, when a player goes to have a pee at the side of the training pitch and he fires balls from 40 yards right on top of their head! He’s unbelievable. He got John O’Shea about two weeks ago, right on the shoulder, while he was having a pee. He got Gary Neville right in the head and Neville chased him across the pitch!
Scholesyyyyyy hahah, brilliant!
More in the official site (you must login to One United).