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Worth The Wait?

Having ended his self-imposed exile from speaking to the BBC, Sir Alex Ferguson broke his silence in some style yesterday.

Ahead of the clash with Arsenal, this Sunday, Sir Alex let rip forcing the BBC to bleep out the expletives when he had a rant about the FA giving United a hard time.

This what Sir Alex said when speaking about United providing a plethora of England players over the years,

"Maybe they will get some joy from it and realise how important we are to England."

"They treat us like s***. But we are pleased for the players because they deserve to be there. They are outstanding."


Can`t wait for his post-Arsenal interview, can you?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday August 27 2011

Time: 12:49PM

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Can't expect favouritism just because a majority of England players are playing for your club. The FA have only ever enforced the rules which everyone else abides by however I do feel that we've been made an example of on a couple of incidents, not so much with the bans themselves but with the length of the bans.
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Can't expect favouritism just because a majority of England players are playing for your club. The FA have only ever enforced the rules which everyone else abides by however I do feel that we've been made an example of on a couple of incidents, not so much with the bans themselves but with the length of the bans.
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