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United - It`s Not Clever Sir Alex!

United - It`s Not Clever Sir Alex!

Naughty! Naughty!

No other words for it really!

Having seen his son, Darren, removed form the managerial hot-seat at Preston North End, with the club facing relegation for the Championship, Sir Alex swiftly moved to recall the three young players we`d loaned to the Deepdale outfit.

Ritchie de Laet, Matty James and Joshua King were all summoned back to Old Trafford.

Now whether it was a planned move or whether it`s a knee jerk reaction to the sacking of his son we`ll let you decide!

We, here at Vital Manchester United, have our own opinion on the subject though and it`s not a favourable one!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday December 31 2010
Time: 11:05AM

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this is typical of the pensioner employ my son and i will loan you man utds players ( not fergusons players )sack him and i will take them back.this tramp is using man utd for his familys own ends.he shouldnt be allowed to get away with it.i think he has put pulis up to do the same
johnney handsome
31/12/2010 12:21:00
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So United had a closer relationship with Preston because of Fergies son, but if was a win win situation for both, Preston got talented United players, and the players got valuable experience. Of course Fergie pulls the players back if he feels wrong doing against his son, nothing wrong with that.. It is exactly the same with the relationship between other clubs around the world.
nordkap
31/12/2010 14:06:00
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Shouldn't be allowed to get away with what? Calling back his own players? What he did was wrong and it is understandable
ForeverUnited
31/12/2010 14:07:00
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Petulant father, more like a child. His son is a crap Manager and he better believe it.
Tiny T
31/12/2010 16:05:00
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Preston only got them on loan in the first place due to Fergies son being the manager. Yes it's petty and pathetic but any father would feel its his right to protect his family, naturally family comes first.
TheFamousNo7
31/12/2010 16:29:00
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On the one hand its kinda funny - most fathers would love to stick it to any employer that sacked their son. But on a more serious note - there are three players involved whose careers are being tampered with just because Fergies son is one of the worst managers preston have had in their history.
tuscan3000
02/01/2011 15:47:00
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