Submitted by no_more_heroes 977d ago | news

Ferguson charged by FA


The Football Association has announced that Sir Alex Ferguson will be charged with misconduct over comments he made in the wake of Manchester United's 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur. (Alex Ferguson, English Premier League, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur)

asmith2306  +   977d ago
What is the fine anyway? He should have just kept his mouth shut and got on with. Yeah the ref could have given the penalty but that doesn't guarantee a goal. I thought Spurs deserved the draw, penalty or no penalty.
KazumaKiryu  +   976d ago
A fine case of fine wine to share with his fine friend the FA and man utd employee david gill.
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buddymagoo  +   976d ago
Or maybe David Bernstein the boss of the Fa who used to be the chairman of Man City you muppet.

Take your tin foil hat off!
krazykombatant  +   975d ago
BOHOOO 30k of his salary is nothing.

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