AlexFerguson6As Manchester United fans arrogantly sing, ‘We are Man United and we do what we want’, I wonder where they get that idea from?

I bet Mike Dean and the FA are now regretting their cowardly inaction with regard to Alex Ferguson’s disgusting bullying behaviour. Their failure to act has simply meant that from his seemingly untouchable position, Ferguson now feels able to literally do what he wants.

Compared to what Alan Pardew could have said he was remarkably restrained and merely said,

“I think Mike Dean might feel slightly disappointed he didn’t do something about it. I think the pressure that was on him was tough for a referee to take”.

Ferguson’s way over the top response to this, surely tells you why the likes of Mike Dean choose to turn the other cheek and let the disease that is Ferguson’s behaviour spread and poison the game.

“I was demonstrative but not out of order. The press have had a field day, the only person they have not spoken to is Barack Obama.

It is unfortunate but I am the manager of the most famous club in the world; not Newcastle, a wee club in the north east.

I am an emotional guy but I was not abusive.

I shouted Mike over and we walked towards each other. I was only on (the pitch) three or four yards. That has been overplayed.

The problem for me is that profile of this club is huge.

Alan Pardew has come out and criticised me. He is the worst at haranguing referees, he shoves them and makes a joke of it. How he can criticise me is unbelievable.

He forgets the help I gave him, by the way”.

HMV_Big_Games_SaleIt has always been the Ferguson way, when he is confronted with his or his team’s bad behaviour he starts talking about somebody else and pointing the finger at them.

Yes Alan Pardew nudged a linesman, apologised instantly and took his punishment with good grace. Spot the difference?

While Ferguson’s behaviour to Mike Dean was bad enough, the very public and pre-meditated verbal onslaught on the linesman, that held up the start of the second half, was inexcusable.

His childish insult towards Newcastle as a club betrays his true nature, a bully who is also a fraud, somebody who when he chooses likes to talk about never losing his working class socialist roots but in reality clearly thinks that because Manchester United are this modern day monstrosity that different rules apply to them.

As for the help Ferguson claims he gave Alan Pardew, I hope he’s not referring to Alan Smith and Gabriel Obertan…

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14 comments
mrkgw
mrkgw

I would love to think that Ashley is genuinely looking to invest in the club. He came across well during the interview and so credit for that at least. I reserve judgement until we see developments but, I think that his move to speak at last, was a positive move.

hettonmag
hettonmag

Believe or not fat boy has just been on sky sports and said even if we go down wont sell  and he also said he will not sell till we win something.

hettonmag
hettonmag

Perez has been the only plus in this horrible season and what does  our esteemed coach do, drops him for the most vital game of the season. HEAD CASE. 

tino o
tino o

Come on man u our only hope! Carver you halfwitted coward!

A lex
A lex

Must have picked the team a la cup draw - hand in a black bag and pull out a shirt number.

Andgeo
Andgeo

If you think playing Williamson and dropping Perez, abeid and Aaron's from the squad is bad, Just wait for the second half substitutions, goufran, Raylor and Sami ameobi.

If Hull win we are down.

Thanks for everything mike!!

Peaco
Peaco

No Abeid or Arons? Not even on the bench? Set up for a draw even though only a win guarantees survival? Has he been told that if we get relegated he'll remain in charge?

Andgeo
Andgeo

He's a total Fcuk nut and hasn't got a clue!

Andgeo
Andgeo

How the Fcuk do ameobi and goufup get in the squad ahead of abeid?

Andgeo
Andgeo

We are gonna get destroyed in midfield. He just refuses to play abeid, ridiculous.

Pulse33
Pulse33

So the championship then...