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Disrespectful in Defeat?

Disrespectful in Defeat?

Listening in to the thoughts of Sir Alex, after the 1-0 loss to Everton, I have to admit I thought the boss was a little harsh with his thoughts.

In fact, I have to admit that I thought, with regards to one point, he was grasping at straws when he inferred that the result of the game hinged on a debatable push on Danny Welbeck, with Sir Alex moaning,

"I thought Danny Welbeck maybe was pushed as he went in the box. That was a big moment in the game."

"It`s very difficult here, you have the crowd influencing the referee all the time and it makes it difficult for you."


Careful Sir Alex, you`ll have supporters of every other Premier League side mentioning those three words - pot, kettle and black!

Moving on, is there a case for accusing Sir Alex of being a little disrespectful when he also remarked about the opposition,

"Fellaini is a big handful, He is a big and gangly lad and they just lumped the ball forward to him - that`s all they did. I thought we were the better football team."

Some would say it is simple tactic that a team of our stature should be able to cope with, although with our ranks of centre backs depleted by injuries you could, quite possibly, commend David Moyes for deploying a tactic he knew could work in his favour.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday August 21 2012
Time: 4:44PM

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Come on, when has your manager ever been known to be gracious in defeat? He's rarely ever gracious in victory either!
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