Submitted by no_more_heroes 1082d ago | news

There would be a 'protest' if Manchester United got as many penalties as City, says Fergie


The Red Devils boss suggested there would be an "inquiry in the House of Commons" if his side got as many penalties as their neighbours, who he admits are their "biggest threat". (Alex Ferguson, English Premier League, Manchester City, Manchester United)

Diffraction_Fos  +   1082d ago
ManU not getting penalties? WAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! It's almost as epic as the "None of my players ever dived" statement.

Yeah, the only time they get penalties is when Nani, Young or Welbeck dive in the box, and then in the post-match review when the incident is brought up, all the "experts" agree that.............Suarez is a diver. What????
buddymagoo  +   1081d ago
You know that old saying.

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