Sir Alice Ferguson – What a drama Queen
He has always massively exaggerated any incident against his team, he uses the media to intimidate referees. The FA and the premier league have always shyed away from taking him to task, and unfortunately as the most successful manager in the game, he sets the tone that others follow.Posted 5 years agoMSPSubscriber
His head barely moves from the impact, modern balls are like balloons, it was no worse than being hit in the face with a pillow by a sexy lady. Not like the old days, when someone with the nickname “chopper” or “bone smasher” would have kicked a waterlogged leather casey at your head that weighed the same as a cannonball and your head would have exploded on impact.Posted 5 years agoJunkyardMember
Typical Fergie – deflect attention from the team and result by something deliberately daft.
This it is all trolling/deflection
No one talking about how they failed to beat Swansea, how badly Rooney played etc – just discussing the daft thing he said which is what he wants.
Its quite clever but obvious and yet everyone get sucked inPosted 5 years agoeruptronMember
Funny how in professional circles RVP seems to be one of these players hated by his fellow pro’s may be for all his talent he is also one of these players that has a nasty streak and quite often will leave a deliberate foot or elbow in every now and again.Posted 5 years ago
The comical thing is that after suffering such a life before the eyes moment he jumped up quick enough to have a go!
there was no need for it, I’m West Ham so have no interest in Man U but even so no need, Fergie directing attention off of his players… that’s what world class managers do isn’t it so his players can concentrate on playing?
Well, that’s the thing. Everyone knows why he said it, and what it was intended to achieve. Mark Chapman said as much on MOTD2, as did Alan Green on 5Live….
…yet they kept with the narrative and led the shows with the quote.
All a bit knowing.Posted 5 years ago
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