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Fergie ahead of Reading (AUDIO)

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson speaks ahead of the FA Cup 5th Round tie at Old Trafford against Reading, defending Steve Coppell's decision to rest a number of first team regulars for the match, saying instead that his counterpart, who both met at the 1990 FA Cup Final, is keeping faith with the players that have got him to this stage. Cristiano Ronaldo's future is also discussed as is the effect of foreign youth players in the game hampering British development.

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Date:Friday February 16 2007

Time: 2:33PM

 

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