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So Alex Ferguson believes Robin Van Persie could have been killed...

What a hypocrite... He has sent out his own players week after week to harm players of the opposing team.

His memory also seems to be very selective - as he has forgotten the disgusting and intentional tackle that Roy Keane unleashed on Leeds United's Alf Inge Haaland.- not forgetting the vile gloating that Keane exhibited in print much later.

Ferguson should be ashamed of himself at what he will do to sway a bias towards his team and undermine the authorities.

Players such as Keane Scholes and Vidic have been sent out under Ferguson's instructions to do far worse than what Ashley Williams did today. In fact his performance was exemplary (would be great to see him in a City shirt).

Ferguson's sour grapes betrays arrogance...

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So Alex Ferguson believes Robin Van Persie could have been killed...

What a hypocrite... He has sent out his own players week after week to harm players of the opposing team.

His memory also seems to be very selective - as he has forgotten the disgusting and intentional tackle that Roy Keane unleashed on Leeds United's Alf Inge Haaland.- not forgetting the vile gloating that Keane exhibited in print much later.

Ferguson should be ashamed of himself at what he will do to sway a bias towards his team and undermine the authorities.

Players such as Keane Scholes and Vidic have been sent out under Ferguson's instructions to do far worse than what Ashley Williams did today. In fact his performance was exemplary (would be great to see him in a City shirt).

Ferguson's sour grapes betrays arrogance...

Cantona was sent off at Palace and in the process did a karate kick on a Palace fan and Ferguson backed Cantona all the way.

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So Alex Ferguson believes Robin Van Persie could have been killed...

What a hypocrite... He has sent out his own players week after week to harm players of the opposing team.

His memory also seems to be very selective - as he has forgotten the disgusting and intentional tackle that Roy Keane unleashed on Leeds United's Alf Inge Haaland.- not forgetting the vile gloating that Keane exhibited in print much later.

Ferguson should be ashamed of himself at what he will do to sway a bias towards his team and undermine the authorities.

Players such as Keane Scholes and Vidic have been sent out under Ferguson's instructions to do far worse than what Ashley Williams did today. In fact his performance was exemplary (would be great to see him in a City shirt.

Ferguson's sour grapes betrays arrogance...

never let the truth get in the way of a good yarn eh redeye?
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**** me. The blokes a joke. Everything about 'Sir' Alex disgusts me. If they lose - refs fault. If theres not enuf added time - refs fault. If they dont get their usual penalty - refs fault. He spends all his time playing mind games with the FA/referees its a joke. Couldve killed him? Have you ever heard such an over reaction? He may be a successful manager and lets face it, there arent many but sorry sir alex, your a ****.

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Exactly this. People getting all sensitive about this is exactly the reaction he would have predicted. Brilliant management.

Every time he talks like an irrational fool someone comes out suggesting its part of some master plan? Give it a rest.

He's a fool.

Take the money and fame out of it and apply it to any other business and he's nothing better than a boisterous second hand car salesman. The man lacks respect for others.

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Every time he talks like an irrational fool someone comes out suggesting its part of some master plan? Give it a rest.

He's a fool.

Take the money and fame out of it and apply it to any other business and he's nothing better than a boisterous second hand car salesman. The man lacks respect for others.

He is suppose to be the nicest man on earth off the pitch, gives young managers advice, always the first to phone managers who got sacked.

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Well I'd disagree completely. (re: cotswold red)

He's been in the game long enough to have the respect from most as well as having respect for most.

However he will rarely, if ever, put that above his own side. I can understand it's enough for some people to get their underwear in a twist, but if he'd acted differently I doubt he'd have last so long at such a big club in such a high-pressure environment.

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