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Ferguson Suspects Foul Play

Ferguson Suspects Foul Play

The news that the FA have charged Luis Suarez following the racial insinuations made by Patrice Evra has really put the cat amongst the pigeons.

Throw into the mixer the fact that Sepp Blatter can`t tell right from wrong and it`s no surprise that with everybody having their say that Sir Alex Ferguson has decided to hit out.

First in his sights are Liverpool Football Club with Sir Alex believing they have not adhered to the code of silence asked for by the authorities with Sir Alex remarking,

"We have been asked by the FA not to say anything about the situation and we`ve abided by that."

"I think Liverpool have been drip-feeding a lot of stuff out in the last couple of weeks. But at the end of the day, the FA will deal with that."

"I understand they want to protect their player. But we`re just abiding by the FA."


And as for Gus Poyet who appears to be willing to blindly swear allegiance to his Uruguayan countryman, Sir Alex waded in with,

"I`m surprised by Poyet, I think it`s inappropriate when people throughout the world are condemning racism."

It`s all bubbling along quite nicely don`t you think!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday November 19 2011
Time: 11:26AM

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Those statements Liverpool made when told not to could end up being bad for the clubs image. Saying you support a potential racist before he's even be proven innocent is a potential recipe for disaster.
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20/11/2011 10:39:00
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