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Peace Breaks Out!

A long running feud has come to an end.

Having not spoken, interview wise, to the BBC since a programme made allegations about his son, Jason, Sir Alex Ferguson has agreed to abide by a Premier League directive this season.

It transpires that the decision to do so was made after Sir Alex met with Mark Thompson (BBC Director General) and Peter Salmon (BBC North director).

A joint statement made available, simply reads,

"The issues have been resolved to the satisfaction of both parties."

"Sir Alex will now make himself available to the BBC for Match of the Day, Radio 5 live and other outlets as agreed."

"No further comment will be made by either party on this issue."


In other words, we may never know what was actually said!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 25 2011

Time: 4:43PM

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To think the BBC could've done this all that time ago but were too stubborn whilst Fergie was also too stubborn to listen. Glad to hear they kissed and made up.
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25/08/2011 18:08:00

To think the BBC could've done this all that time ago but were too stubborn whilst Fergie was also too stubborn to listen. Glad to hear they kissed and made up.
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25/08/2011 18:08:00

 

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