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Premier League consider response to Manchester United's media blackout after Liverpool defeat

Premier League chiefs were today considering whether to take action against Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson following the club's media blackout after their 3-1 defeat at Liverpool.

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Community2692d ago
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zootang2692d ago

It's funny because these boys tend to ask Sir Alex for advice.

kulka2692d ago

In return for his advice they offer Howard Webb to referee United's matches

zootang2692d ago (Edited 2692d ago )

Yep, Manchester United get the World Cup Final referee. Result!

Sahil2691d ago

Clattenburg to support Webb's absence(and United).. LOL

Senden2691d ago

It's funny how the FA will look at this incident and take no thought to the horror tackle Carragher done to Nani and the resulting injury. I guess that's the FA in a nutshell.. a bunch of incompetent half-whits who are more concerned about when a team is butthurt from losing than stamping out dirty tackles.

Sahil2691d ago (Edited 2691d ago )

HORROR TACKLE.. did you see nani jumping all over the referee after the tackle.. that shows how horror it was, carra went with one boot but rafael went with both(remember, the gerrard tackle on carrick in FA CUP)

how about that.

zootang2691d ago (Edited 2691d ago )


Guess you never saw the picture of his injury.

Senden2691d ago

Carragher went in studs showing nowhere near the ball and high. Rafael should have seen red yes but at the end of the day, he didn't injur anyone.

karim2691d ago

The premier league chiefs responding to SAF...SHOCKING