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Angry Alex

That old favourite "a source" has made claims, this source an ESPN one, that Sir Alex Ferguson is "disappointed" that United are set to miss another top target.

Lucas Moura is destined for Paris with free-spending Paris St Germain looking to tie up a move for him, which has left Sir Alex angry at missing another target: 'the Lucas Moura deal with PSG looks to be done at $40 million, and Manchester United thought they had got Hazard but he ended up going to Chelsea.

'Sir Alex is not happy with losing out on two of his top transfer targets this summer, not happy at all.'

I'm not sure how much credibility this "ESPN source" has but lets face it having missed a player that he wanted to sign, from the looks of it, Sir Alex would be angry and it doesn't need a source to tell you this!



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday August 8 2012
Time: 12:55PM

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You would be pretty *****ed off yeah, as would any manager however it's nothing to be overly fussed about as their is always the next player. In a couple of years there will be a couple more players with massive potential. Never really believed in the Hazard and Moura deals anyway, I know we can get better for less, we've done it in the past.
TheFamousNo7
09/08/2012 10:02:00
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I heard from a reliable source that most other source's are made up as a way to peddle bulls**t and state the bleeding obvious!
MotorMad
09/08/2012 12:18:00
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still the truth is alex is the best there was the best there and the best there ever will be
truth sayer ffc
13/08/2012 20:34:00
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