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Charlton: José, You Silly Boy

Charlton: José, You Silly Boy

United legend Sir Bobby Charlton refused José Mourinho's claims of ref's favouritism towards United.

Jose Mourinho's gone off his mouth, stating no penalties can be awarded against United and for Chelsea. Mourinho, yet again, shows he's clearly not allowing himself to be inhibited by facts.

The World Cup and European Cup winner believes it wasn't the most intelligent thing to do from the Portuguese. Well, what did you expect, Sir Bobby?

"It`s a little bit silly really. Considering he`s a very intelligent man, to come out with statements like that is a little bit silly.

"It`s a nonsense really. We`ve played in so many matches this year when we`ve not had the decisions and they`ve been quite obvious really. But you get on with it, you move on. I thought it was a little bit senseless.

"It makes good copy for the media and he`s obviously a marvellous coach. But sometimes, really, I think some of the statements are quite unnecessary."

Let's hope Mourinho will respect Bobby Charlton...



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday April 24 2007
Time: 6:27PM

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Whenever Chelsea play *****, he deflects it away from his *****e players and creates some pile of *****e the press talk about. We dont need his sort in this country, he is and ********* of the highest nature, and I for one hope to god you win the league. Ok a lot of your supporters aint been near Manchester but Fergie, Giggs, Neville deserve respect for turning down the glare of spain and more money to stay at Man Unitedstates.
gunnerb
24/04/2007 19:59:00
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sir bobby's response was fitting so we should not waste our breath on jose anymore
Vidicinho
25/04/2007 16:26:00
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