Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson is recovering from brain surgery, and many fans are wondering how hes been getting on.
The 76-year-old had a fall at home in Cheshire last month and was rushed to hospital.
It is believed he had suffered a bleed on the brain, and was taken into surgery shortly after being admitted.
According to his son Darren, aged 46, once hed come round from the surgery he began to speak immediately.
He apparently asked Darren, How did Doncaster get on?
Darren is the manager of the northern team Doncaster Rovers, and the team played Wigan on the day Alex fell ill.
Unfortunately, he had to inform his dad that his team had lost 1-0 to Wigan, but was glad to see him fighting fit.
A source told The Sun of the incident, Typical Sir Alex. He cant stop talking football.
The source also said that the former Manchester United manager was joking about how upset he was to miss his beloved team face Chelsea at Wembley for the FA Cup final.
It was reported this week that Sir Alex has now left hospital, and he is at home with his wife Cathy.
He is apparently looking forward to watching the World Cup, and left a note saying thanks to the hospital staff who looked after him during his stay.
Sir Alex is one of the most successful football managers ever, bagging United 13 Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups and two Champions League crowns.