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Fergie blasts Jose (AUDIO)

Fergie blasts Jose (AUDIO)

Man Utd boss Sir Alex Ferguson says he cannot believe that Jose Mourinho has not been brought up by the FA to explain his recent comments to the media over penalty claims, saying Liverpool would try and get Didier Drogba booked before the game was even played, and finally accusing Cristiano Ronaldo of lying when the Portuguese winger said maybe it is time for Mourinho to 'accept he has made mistakes this season'. A heated press conference ahead of the Everton match at Goodison Park.

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Writer:Lee
Date:Friday April 27 2007
Time: 5:14PM

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Well all know Maureen is tweeaking, his arehole is squeeking big time. Good Luck, dont let the rest of football down.
gunnerb
27/04/2007 19:14:00
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What a plastic little **** you are Gunnerb, more interested in other clubs losing thant the acheivements of your own club...ffs, donĀ“t blame you tho, you are shiit, and theres no way to sugarcoat it.
Blue is the colour
27/04/2007 19:54:00
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bue is the colour, if you listen to fergie, then what he says is right, mourinho is bang out of order with his comments, constantly abusing others and its going to land your club in hot water, i wonder how you would feel if it got you points deducted cos of his accusing comments, especially if it cost you the league, you wouldn't be happy then would you blue boy.
PUREGOLD
27/04/2007 21:55:00
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haha tht`d be funny.
Indian Red
27/04/2007 21:57:00
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Mourinho talked about referees, whose job it is to give fouls for handballs when they occur, not giving fouls for handballs when they occur. SAF thinks handballs shouldn't be given when they are against his team. Ronaldo thinks the handballs that were clear for the world to see weren't actually handballs at all. Kevin Nolan thinks referees will now be influenced to give fouls for handballs when they occur against Chelsea. Radical stuff. All their fears proved unfounded. Chelsea will still never be given penalties and Man Utd will continue leading a charmed life in their own area and with ex-players scoring their goals for them. It's Fergie who's lost it - worried that his refs won't do what they're paid to - cheating for the benefit of Man Utd's title hopes.
Squiddy
30/04/2007 00:31:00
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