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Right or Wrong?

Dropping two points, at Swansea, wasn`t in the master-plan.

But it appears that the major talking point of the game revolved around the incident whereby Ashley Williams kicked the ball, at point-blank range, into the head of a prone Robin Van Persie.

After the game, in his post-match interview, Sir Alex Ferguson was fuming about the incident and remarked,

"With the Van Persie situation, you can see clearly that he could have been killed."

"He (Williams) should be banned for a long time because that was the most dangerous thing I`ve seen for many years."

"It was absolutely deliberate - the whistle has gone, the game has stopped and he has done it right in front of the referee. It was a disgraceful act."


Is Sir Alex right or has he over-reacted?




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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 24 2012

Time: 10:10AM

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Completely right, attempted murder that was from Williams. I haven't seen anything quite as disgraceful since the last time I saw Paul Scholes attempt to tackle. Happy Christmas Rags :)
Bluedub
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24/12/2012 11:26:00

http://newsthump.com/2012/12/24/van-persie-rushed-to-hair-salon/
Sajit
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24/12/2012 18:35:00

Your manager should perhaps stick to dancing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGF-n21qdPo
fifthcolumnblue
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24/12/2012 19:10:00

flying boots in dressing room at OT,at Goldenballs' Beckham, good job he ducked, but that was ok, cos it was Taggart who did the throwing/kicking, not another teams player kicking' A FOOTBALL 'god whatever next is Van Persie going to wear the American football uniform, of pads, and Helmet when he goes on to the pitch..... poor little lamb, OH AND A HI VIZ JACKET, SO THE OPPOSITION KNOWS HE IS LAY PROTRATE ON THE FLOOR, he soon jumped up tho didnt he, so it did not do much damage....
cityman51
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24/12/2012 20:37:00

Overreaction. Surprised there's even any debate in it, if the shoe was on the other foot we all know Fergie would be saying he was just trying to clear the ball.
TheFamousNo7
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24/12/2012 23:58:00

 

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