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United - Ferguson Continues His Rant!

It`s not in the nature of Sir Alex Ferguson to not make a point when he believes he has a genuine one!

Following the hard fought draw, at Birmingham, a fixture in which we conceded a very contentious late equaliser, Sir Alex remains convinced that the goal should not have stood, remarking in the tabloid press,

"I thought it was a foul and I thought it was handball. I don`t think it was offside. But their guy said at the end he handballed it, so there you go."

Furthermore, Sir Alex believes the scorer of the goal, Lee Bowyer, shouldn`t have been on the pitch after a crude tackle on Darren Gibson, remarking,

"I thought it was a red card. He`s gone over the top of the ball."

Robbed! How`s that saying go?

At least Dick Turpin had a mask on!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday December 30 2010
Time: 2:21PM

Comments

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Poor Old Fergie. He never says a word when refs gives united a hand - as is very, very often the case
adlington2
30/12/2010 14:31:00
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Classy,classy man, as per usual.
fifthcolumnblue
30/12/2010 17:45:00
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he didn't complain when macheda scored a handball goal against chelsea
lampardsrightfoot
30/12/2010 18:00:00
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@ Lampardsrightfoot - funny, but he did complain about one of Drogba's goals in that game. Fergie a hypocrite? Who'd have thought! :)
fifthcolumnblue
30/12/2010 19:27:00
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Generosity thy name is fergie. What an effing disgrace that man is. http://www.goal.com/en/news/9/england/2010/12/30/2283655/manchester-united-recall-duo-ritchie-de-laet-and-josh-king
fifthcolumnblue
30/12/2010 23:32:00
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Do your managers fuss and complain when things go your way then fcb, adlington and lampsrightfoot? No-one ever complains when things go there way, its human nature. As for the Macheda goal it was purely poetic justice for the blatant offside Drogba goal.
TheFamousNo7
31/12/2010 00:29:00
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What does it matter to you fcb what Fergie does and his motives behind it. Ultimately, on the football side of things they've got recall clauses and Fergie has decided to use them. Yeah its a bit petty but then again isn't refusing to sell to other PL teams because you're afraid they can challenge you also slightly petty?
TheFamousNo7
31/12/2010 00:36:00
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apologies, but i have to agree with fcb. bad taste!!! His son was sacked because he's a *****e manager! End of!!!
java
31/12/2010 09:01:00
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To FamousNo7 Of course other managers don't complain when thing go their way. Nobody was saying they did, that's a typical Ferguson change the subject argument. No, but very often they have the good grace to acknowledge that 'things went our way' or 'we may have been lucky there.' Grace is not a word you would ever use about that disgrace. His typical response to Preston, who have been let down by his son, is once again the action of a spoiled child. Sad thing to say to a man on his 69th birthday but that's the way it is.
adlington2
31/12/2010 13:15:00
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adlington you never hear Fergie say that and its because, I assume, the only time you see United play is on match of the day.
TheFamousNo7
31/12/2010 16:21:00
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