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United - Ferguson`s Dismay!

United - Ferguson`s Dismay!

Our unbeaten run may continue but our away record is still pretty ordinary.

Before commencing the fixture against Birmingham, Sir Alex Ferguson had warned it would be a tough affair and so it proved as United had to settle for yet another draw on the road.

But it was a draw clouded with controversy. The late equaliser, netted by Kevin Phillips in the eighty-ninth minute almost proved too much for Sir Alex who was very quick, and probably very just, to criticise the referee, Lee Mason, in his post match interview when he curtly remarked,

"There was a handball and a foul for the goal. If the referee can`t see that, what chance have we got?"

"I have no complaints with my players. We deserved to win. It`s terribly harsh. We outplayed them."


Some we win and some we lose but the neutrals might very well suggest that Birmingham, for their spirited effort, got what they deserved.

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday December 29 2010
Time: 12:53PM

Comments

0
no, what do people mean they deserved a draw cause they worked hard?? so did man utd.. but we got cheated out of the win we deserved
Reddevils4ever89
29/12/2010 13:19:00
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orrible when a goal goes in in the last minute innit lads. and what you boys not up for the challenge? as Taggart is moaning about refereeing decisions again,Is the Pressure getting to Him in his old age?.... and 'the noisy neighbours' THE REAL MANCHESTER CLUB are after you lot, makes for an interesting season....as for being cheated you avin a laff?
cityman51
29/12/2010 14:11:00
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Philips didnt score the equaliser, it was bowyer!
java
29/12/2010 15:28:00
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fergusons dopey team selections cost them 2 points.thats what happens when you play for 1 nil win.
johnney handsome
29/12/2010 15:59:00
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Birmingham totally outplayed you in the first half !
Strapping Blue
29/12/2010 16:58:00
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Shame he's not as forthright when one of the crazy decision goes his way at OT
Topspur1
29/12/2010 22:18:00
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cityman51 YOU after US, you avin a laff? Chelsea and Arsenal are the threats, not you. Topspur1 who would complain when a decision goes their way?
TheFamousNo7
30/12/2010 00:31:00
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We need to sort out that poor away record but personally a 1-1 draw away to a team which has an extremely good home record really isn't that bad.
TheFamousNo7
30/12/2010 00:32:00
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Keep piling up the draws lads, whilst City cruise past you, and by the way Arsenal will finish second.
johnkelv
30/12/2010 08:59:00
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sure a draw away to birmingham is not bad, BUT the fact we have drawn so many it is bad :| not to mention we threw away a LEAD... AGAIN which is very unlike man utd (outside this season). we could so easily be walking this league if it wasnt for silly mistakes. and man city a challange?? they have 2 games extra and they are still behind us
Reddevils4ever89
30/12/2010 09:39:00
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