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United - Sir Alex on that Tackle

Life is so much better when Sir Alex Ferguson is entertaining us!

Having broken the self-imposed media silence ahead of our crucial clash with Arsenal, in the FA Cup this afternoon, Sir Alex has given us his views on the tackle that has seen Nani sidelined for the immediate future and his views are much the same as ours when he remarks,

"It was a disgraceful tackle but you move on. We sent Nani to hospital to see what they could do. Our own doctor and the surgeon there managed to stitch it up, which was fantastic."

Unlike the tackle that started off the whole saga we`d like to add!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 12 2011

Time: 12:00PM

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Good to see we're looking forward.
TheFamousNo7
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12/03/2011 14:59:00

I'll second that - the silence was deafening with the ban
Red Boy
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13/03/2011 19:16:00

 

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