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Submitted by Sahil 819d ago | news

Ferguson blasts 'dying swan' Luiz for 'elbow' on Rafael and reaction to United star's hack

Sir Alex Ferguson accused David Luiz of acting like ‘a dying swan’ to get Rafael sent off as Chelsea snatched victory at Old Trafford on Sunday.

The Manchester United manager was furious with Luiz, who elbowed Rafael in the chest in the 89th minute and then rolled around when his fellow Brazilian retaliated by lashing out with his right leg. (Alex Ferguson, Chelsea, David Luiz, English Premier League, Manchester United)

neoragex  +   819d ago
Hahaa.. His name shud be David Lulz

And Fergie please get off your whiskey.
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Kos-Mos  +   818d ago
What the fuck are you talking about? The greatest manager of all time, and you complain if he takes a glass of whiskey? It`s a reason he`s up there, whatever the reason is. Show some respect for mighty people or you`ll have serious issues in your life.
Oh, my apologizes, you`re a radical socialist.
krazykombatant  +   818d ago
Just loooool at this entire post
buddymagoo  +   818d ago
CHAMP20NS

I tip my hat to all you bitters out there. Try better next year!

We always have the last laugh.
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Nes_Daze  +   818d ago
@Kos-Mos, What?
mmj  +   819d ago
Yeah because Man UTD players never dive do they?
neoragex  +   819d ago
Dude, how dare you question ferguson.

Manutd players are angels, they never dive.
Diffraction_Fos  +   819d ago
Yeah. United never had foreign players who dived. Don't you know Ronaldo and Nani are actually English?
silvacrest  +   818d ago
what has them being foreign got to do with anything??
Diffraction_Fos  +   817d ago
^^ I have no idea. Why don't you ask Mr.Ferguson? He's the one always mouthing off about their nationality.
mmj  +   818d ago
I like how I got 3 disagrees... Ashley Young is one of the worst divers in the Premiership and it was only last match Rooney flopped over when he got cleanly tackled and then proceeded to chase the referee around the pitch.
Diffraction_Fos  +   817d ago
He may be the most successful British manager in history, but he's one of the biggest hypocrites I've ever seen in the sport.
lando786  +   819d ago
I know that ferguson needs to just take it and shut up, but Howard Webb again? How is this guy still allowed to ref? It seems he's pretty famous for all the screw-ups he constantly does.
aiBreeze  +   818d ago
Haters gonna hate but the truth is, this sort of play acting needs to be kicked out of football. Doesn't matter who does it, it's an embarrassment to the sport.
mcstorm  +   818d ago
I agree. It was a sending off because he kicked out and we don't want to see this in the sport as well but to fall on the ground with a big smile on your face is also not on.

I am starting to hate football for moments like this. Players will go to ground for the smallest things now and hard tackles are now a thing of the past in the game. To me it takes part of the fun out of the game to.
Diffraction_Fos  +   817d ago
"Exactly. Only British players should be afforded the luxury of an 'injury avoiding action'. Those pesky foreign players that do it(excluding my players) should be booed at every opportunity and driven out of the country."

With Love
A.F.
mcstorm  +   817d ago
Find it funny how bitter some people are over Sir Alex.

Have some respect for a long serving manager that has done more for the game than any other.

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