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Fergie on Toon (AUDIO)


With a trip to Newcaslte United at the weekend, Man Utd manager Sir Alex Ferguson discusses his team news ahead of the clash, with no new injuries reported since the draw against Lyon.

Fergie also plays down media hype that they can expect a walkover against a struggling Newcastle, citing last years' draw as good reason for him to be cautious.

There's also a mention for Wes Brown's agent, who the 66 year-old criticised heavily in the morning papers for clouding his future in doubt after stalling on a new deal.

Press Conference Length: 7 Min 50 Sec

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 22 2008

Time: 5:10PM

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Go for it Sir Alex...These agents are far too big for their boots#
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22/02/2008 21:09:00

The words: "Blood, sucking, feckin, parasites." Spring to mind. But Im sure they do a very important and complicated work.
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