Ferguson Cheruiyot Rotich is not your average Manchester United fan.
The Kenyan middle-distance runner, who was in action in the men's 800-metre run at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, loves the club so much that he changed his first name in tribute to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
“I’m a keen fan of the team and their winning mentality, they cannot stop winning and that is why I chose to be known as Ferguson,” he said back in July, as per CapitalFM Sports.
That winning mentality did not rub off on him in time for the final on Tuesday, as the 25-year-old finished just outside the medals in fourth, behind Olympic champion David Rudisha, Poland's Adam Kszczot and Amel Tuka of Bosnia.
Time for the hairdryer from Fergie.
[h/t CapitalFM Sports]