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Can someone explain to me why Ferguson feel the need to burn everyone he ever worked with? He's making himself look bad.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2790686/sir-alex-ferguson-did-not-leave-manchester-united-decline-david-moyes-sacked-team-played-slow.html
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agreed, everyone calls him classy, but all these burns are trash moves
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What could he have done? Accept the blame and destroy his legacy? Admit that he made the worst signings of recent times apart from the odd good signing? No one in his position would ever do that. Hate the man if you will, but understand his position. Those on top always cover their backs, those who fail, well, lose that privilege.
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@LGW That's an explanation, not a justification... Sir Alex has achieved everything and will always be a legend in football... his legacy is secure so I don't see why he has to bad mouth other people.
^ agreed so I really don't understand why he has attempted to burn everyone.
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He misses being the center of attention after retirement.
When it come to football he is ruthless and honest. He dosent hold back and that is one of his strengths. He has a massive ego and dosent like to admit when he is wrong. Same old Fergie. People only see the Ferguson thats on TV and the one portrayed through the media but most people who knows him personally talks about a kind and funny guy.

Who has he 'burned' this time? He just said appointing Moyes was the clubs decision and Man Utd werent on the decline. He is just trying to justify his side of things. He didnt badmouth anyone this time.

^ Yaldho Well he is implying that it was all Moyes' fault, and makes him look bad. I think we all know that while Moyes failed spectacularly, at least some of the blame has to be taken by SAF's short term planning in his last 4-5 years. A classier man would not comment on the issue at all, instead of whipping the media's whipping boy.

Anyway, I do understand your main point. Fergie is Fergie -- the good comes with the bad and we just have to accept it.
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Thank you Tanmay. I would just say there have been previous great managers who have also written book and have chosen not to take shots at people.
I honestly don't see much wrong. It's not a shot. SAF worked with United for 25 years. Not only this, he fashioned the culture of the club after decades of underachievement. On top of his personality already, he's going to defend the team he built (and to be fair) swept the title with the season before. He's loyal to those players that are loyal to him.

And it's not as if his assessments are wrong. We didn't play with speed last year. United without speed is like a car without wheels, especially to SAF since that's how he built his regime at the club.

Tanmay, it's part of his autobiography. If he didn't comment on it now, for an autobiography to be complete, he surely would have commented on it sometime in the future. It's not as if he went to The Telegraph and started slagging off Moyes. In fact, SAF has been nothing but supporting of Moyes in public.
How can I watch games on my phone? I need to watch the Chelsea game during class.

Or a flash browser. Put links on my wall
try dolphin browser.
finally found it
Its a documantry done by CANAL+ with Miguel Perez in 2009. Really intresting stuff
gives you an idea what really happens down there in the pitch. Its a tough job being a reff.

http://www.orioprodukzioak.com/en/produccion-83-6/the-ref/

*Edit:
this is the whole thing if you are intrested and have the time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVE6vXGHTtM
Yesterday i join a amateur league in place in Dubai , with my new Scottish friends , we facing people from Netherlands

the Scottish win , if u know what i mean !! :v
NO!
thats mean david moyes better than LVG
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Sunderland: Hitler and Di Canio lost 8-0....can't be more happy
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRYLCxxevb8

I love how honest Harry Redknapp is

He calls out Taraabt for being overweight lol
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What Redknapp said was uncalled for. I feel for Taraabt, whatever is going on with him and the manager stays between them you don't go spilling the beans to the media.
Well its pretty funny. You're a little to sensitive mate.

You need people like harry in the game. Its entertaining
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Taarabt hit back already. Says Wobblechops is always on the phone and never actually leads a training session.
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I come to this page for entertainment. Give me entertainment!
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Entertainment. There, I gave you what you wanted.
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Moar! I want moar!

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Mourinho, Rodgers and Wenger are on a plane.
The plane is running out of fuel and there are only 2 parachutes.

Mourinho: "I'm too important I'm the Special One!" He grabs the parachute and jumps.

Rodgers (sweating and terrified): There's only one parachute and 2 of us...What are we doing now?
Wenger smirks: No problème. There are 2 parachutes left. The Clever One jumped with the sleeping bag


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What do you guys think of refs wearing Google glass specs or go pros? That way, on key decisions, we can see the game from the ref's point of view.
Didn't they try this for some of the pre season friendlies?
http://youtu.be/7i8g860tznQ
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yeah they need to work out the video stabilization but i think it could pay dividends and be really interesting for spectators to have that view.
Honestly, besides the practicality of doing something like this, I think it's just be flat out cool.

Imagine the highlights on MOTD, wonder goals from the referee's point of view, seeing the stadium 360 degrees around. It'd be awesome.
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Also the ref could just talk to the glass and explain his decisions. It sounds really good so its probably not going to happen.
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I remember seeing a similar thing that was done in laliga. But this one was really detailed and quite long and better excecution. Sort of a documentry about being a referee. It was really intresting to see the what actually happenes in the pitch. All those conversation that take place

For the life of me I cant find the link but as soon as i do ill post it here
in the NH (ice hockey) they have a ref cam now. A go pro on the ref's helmet.

It's so awesome.

http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?id=259075
Indian Footballer Peter Biaksangzuala dies after somersault during goal celebration goes horribly wrong

http://www.sportskeeda.com/football/indian-footballer-dies-somersault-goal-celebration

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/news-and-comment/indian-footballer-dies-after-somersault-celebration-goes-terribly-wrong-9805612.html

RIP
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That's just sad. I am going to tell the guys I play with to stop doing somersaults after scoring(especially on the dodgy grounds we have here). :/
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Richard Dunne, first player to score double digit own goals (10) in PL history. Respect.
+10
and who better than Carragher to analyze that own goal.
#doublerespect
#banter
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That goal by Coutinho was also a deflection, so seriously, QPR had just given Liverpool a courtesy 3 points. Charity at its best. I'm lovin it.
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