According to research at Japan's Institute of Radiological Sciences, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's habit of chewing gums is good for the brain, as it speeds up thinking.
Professor Andy Smith, of Cardiff University, said may be football managers inadvertently chew gum, but it is a good habit and they are right on track, the Daily Star reports.
AdvertisementFerguson is renown for chewing gums while he is placed at the sidelines during his team's football games.
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