Liverpool are on the brink of winning the Premier League after 3 decades.
And the man making it all happen has said that despite this win, a dominance cannot be established like the one Fergie did back in his days.
“To be honest I don’t think it is possible. I don’t think the dominance like they had is possible again,” he told UK newspapers.
“Football changed completely, the power of different clubs changed completely. We made a couple of good decisions – that is why we got better. Other teams have the same chance.
“Players are coming up, make decisions. If a midfield player comes on the market and one club doesn’t need him, the other club needs him and can get him. Next year he might not be on the market.
“It is like up and down.”
“I wouldn’t say United in their time won a lot of games 4-0 or 5-0 but they were predictable wins, and that is clear,” he said.
“We won a lot of games 1-0 or 2-1 and had to really dig in properly to do so, so I don’t see this type of thing.
“But it is important that we can fight every year for it and that is all I need.”