Ash hails "governor" Ferguson

11th May 2013

Ashley Williams has hailed football's "Governor", insisting it will be a huge honour to play against Manchester United in Sir Alex Ferguson's final home game in charge.
The Swans head to Old Trafford for their penultimate game of the season on Sunday, with the media attention focused on the hosts.
United will be officially presented with their Barclays Premier League trophy after the game while it also marks Sir Alex's final home match as manager of the Red Devils before he retires.
And Williams discussed the Swans' huge honour of playing a part in such a hugely significant fixture.
"The fact it's his last game and it's on television - it makes it even harder for us," said Wales skipper Williams.
"They will want to put on a show for Sir Alex and give him the send-off he deserves.
"I've watched all the reaction to his announcement - it's fair to say he's a legend and probably the best manager ever in football.
"He's like the governor of football. You can't help but have respect for him and what he's achieved.
"He has done everything in the game. He is the top dog."
He added: "It's funny that it has ended up being ourselves that will the opposition for his final home game.
"We want to play our part in the game. Knowing we will be a part of their history on Sunday is great - it's one of the hardest places to go in football."