Manchester United legend, Sir Alex Ferguson has come out to say that he feared he wouldn’t speak again after suffering a brain haemorrhage. He recently revealed that he was very scared of potentially losing his voice and memory permanently throughout his recovery.
According to him, the fact that there were five brain haemorrhages that day, and 3 died, while 2 survived, shows that he is very lucky.
He added that the day of his operation was a very beautiful day, so he kept wondering how many sunny days he’d ever see again.
It was a beautiful day, I remember that. I wondered how many sunny days I would ever see again. I found that difficult
His words, “Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In’“ documentary on his life: “I lost my voice, just could not get a word out, and that was terrifying – absolutely terrifying.”
“And everything was going through my mind: is my memory going to come back? Am I ever going to speak again?”
“There were five brain haemorrhages that day. Three died. Two survived. You know you are lucky.”
“It was a beautiful day, I remember that. I wondered how many sunny days I would ever see again. I found that difficult.”
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