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Ferdinand: Psychology Is Too Big For Rafa!

Ferdinand: Psychology Is Too Big For Rafa!

We've discussed sufficiently how the beloved Scousers almost blew away their title hopes with a string of overwhelmingly entertaining displays. They ended up two points adrift of United who have a game in hand and they are still due to visit Old Trafford.

Not an enviable position and Rio Ferdinand reckons that Rafa would have been wiser to keep his fat spanish mouth shut.

"He fell into the hole. That`s something big in football, the psychology."

And the FSW doesn't have a clue about it, that's well established.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday February 4 2009
Time: 9:58AM

Comments

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Do you know what else is big in football? Turning up for drugs tests.
KB1
04/02/2009 11:38:00
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Rio, you are like the coward who waits until the bully has been soundly beaten up, then kicks him when everyone else is finished.
fifthcolumnblue
04/02/2009 20:09:00
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KB1 - You know what else is big in football? NOT assaulting people at night clubs!
ForeverUnited
05/02/2009 00:37:00
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Fu, somebody should have told Rooney and Roy Keane that then eh? Ps. No charge yet and i will await a full retraction from you should the charge be dropped?
KB1
05/02/2009 09:41:00
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A full retraction? I'll be holding on to this for life whether his charges are dropped or not! Thats the exciting thing about club rivalry - any stupid mistake by a rival player never goes away!
ForeverUnited
05/02/2009 18:43:00
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I know. We all know how you love your convicted criminals. Cantona...
KB1
06/02/2009 09:29:00
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You mancs talk alot for having a manager thats been given freakin TWENTY years 2 win something.
I Bling Red
10/02/2009 15:26:00
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