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Submitted by jak3y13oy 972d ago | news

Tottenham hit back at Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson's claims over Fryers transfer

The 20-year-old joined Spurs from Standard Liege on January 3 with the north London club confirming the Red Devils will receive five per cent of the transfer fee (Alex Ferguson, English Premier League, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Transfers)

Gamer1982  +   971d ago
Funny hes winging about the system and it should be looked at yet hes been abusing it for years to get players he want's like Hernandez for starters. United constantly get players transfers transfers turned down then mysteriously they get pushed through second time. How about people look at that? This is Irony of the highest order and not the first time in recent weeks he been off his rocker.

He was going on about penaltys a few weeks back at ETIHAD not realising united actually had more..
buddymagoo  +   970d ago
Rant of a bitter hater.

We have never done anything like Spurs have done with taking him on trial and then to Portugal with their first team, then saying no thanks after all that and letting him go to FC Twente and mysteriously buying him for half the price from them.

Take your goggles off!

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