London, Apr.1 (ANI): Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson has agreed to become the Life President of the Referees' Association, apparently ending his long-running feud with football officials.
Under the terms of his appointment, he must promise to serve as an ambassador for all referees and their assistants - and try not to criticize their performances after matches.
That, according to The Sun, may be difficult for Fergie, who has had numerous run-ins with officials during his management career.
He is still serving the five-match touchline ban he received, along with a 30,000-pound fine, from the FA for slating referee Martin Atkinson after United's recent defeat at Chelsea. (ANI)
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