06 March, 2011

"Sir" Alex Ferguson taking defeat like a man-child:

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PETULANT INFANT:   "Sir" Alex Ferguson
Liverpool beat Manchester United 3-1 at Anfield today, after which Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson issued a blanket ban on all forms of communication with the media. This is despite the fact that every Premier League (and indeed, professional) club is contractually obliged to speak to the media before and after matches. Ferguson doesn't speak to the BBC because they made revelations about his agent son; but he usually gets United assistant manager Mike Phelan to speak to them. However, today, Ferguson wouldn't let any United management or players speak to the press.
Will Kuyt's hat-trick signal a return to Liverpool's glory days?
The defeat blows the league title race wide open, whilst former Liverpool lynchpin Graeme Sounness has declared Dirk Kuyt's game-winning hat-trick a result which means "a return of Liverpool's good old days where we (Liverpool) compete with and beat the best."

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