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Fergie Refutes Mancini Claim!

Fergie Refutes Mancini Claim!

Roberto Mancini may well have decreed the title race was over, despite a huge 6-1 win that cut the gap to two points, at Norwich yesterday, but Air Alex Ferguson is having no such talk.

Ahead of our fixture with Aston Villa, this afternoon, Sir Alex has quite rightly commented

"I never think it`s over. We`ve still got difficult away games. At home we`re one of the better form teams, but we know it`s a hard job. That`s what this league is all about. But I don`t have concerns about the temperament of our team. There`s enough experience out there."

We sincerely hope so!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday April 15 2012
Time: 1:14PM

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fifthcolumnblue
15/04/2012 17:55:00
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He makes a meal out of the vey little contact there but all the same it's contact and therefore a penalty. Why don't you upload another pic of when Villa hand balled it inside their area? Or the two footed challenge on Welbeck towards the end of the game? Both went unnoticed but do you upload them?
TheFamousNo7
15/04/2012 18:30:00
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Cheats
Bluedub
15/04/2012 18:41:00
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It is most definitely NOT a penalty. Compare that with Tevez yesterday, when the Norwich player clearly trod on his foot, yet he got booked. Whereas Young, the Olympic Diving team's unsung hero actually moved his leg towards the Villa defender in order to make minimal contact with the player before theatrically tumbling to the ground - shades of his behavious at QPR. If Carlsberg did divers - they'd all play for manure. (Lady boy, horseface, Pubehead - you've had the lot) And if you'd care to post gifs of the other "incidents" you've mentioned then I'll gladly have a look at them. However, none of them are classed as blatant cheating, therefore nobody has bothered to put them up on the internet. Hope the FA review Young's behaviour and hit him with a ban (if possible), as he is bringing the game into disrepute with his despicable behaviour. The fact that it happened so early in the game virtually ensured you'd go on to win, as Villa's heads dropped at such a blatant travesty of justice. Cheating - it's what your lot are experts at. 11 penalties and counting this season - wonder how many you'll need at the Etihad to beat us? Disgraceful.
fifthcolumnblue
15/04/2012 18:45:00
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The reason the other gifs aren't on the Internet is because the decisions weren't in favour of us, whereas if it was us who got away with a hand ball and red card offence there would be a ***** storm. With regard for punishment for cheating fair enough I agree with it but all the same there was contact therefore it was a penalty. Also, why should the punishment start with us? I've seen Dzeko, Bale and Carroll, to name but a few all do the same, if not worse, than Young this season, where was the public outcry for them to get banned? I dont agree with diving but I understand the psychology behind it. You only had to look at the Norwich-Tottenhame game last week, Norwich should've had 2 penalties but both weren't given even though the Norwich players were trying their utmost not to go down. The referees don't offer enough protection so when a player gets hacked down or feel impeded, they theatrically fall to bring attention to the situation and get the referee to do their job and protect them. Ultimately we won and I'm care free as penalty or not, we would've won that game, Villa set out to draw and like QPR, that mentality backfired and cost them dearly. 4-0 And it could've easily been 7.
TheFamousNo7
15/04/2012 19:05:00
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Well famous, with the alleged twelvty-billion die-hard,faithful, ex-pat mancunian 'nited fans out there in the world, it does surprise me that at least a handful of them don't do a bit more to stand up for what they feel is an injustice to them.
fifthcolumnblue
15/04/2012 20:08:00
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