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Posh - Barbed Fergie Comments!

Stuck away, on the inside pages of a Sunday tabloid, are some quotes from Sir Alex Ferguson.

They relate to his son Darren, who, off course, left Posh by mutual consent a few weeks ago now.

The quotes tell how Sir Alex advised Darren to jump ship last summer and how the Sir Alex crystal ball foresaw exactly what was going to happen.

See what you make of it!

"I knew it was going to happen because he needed to get away. I think it had run its course."

"None of his players were over 24 years of age and he had no money to get a player in, so he did miracles to get them there."

"I told him last summer that now was the time to leave. He had more faith in his team than I had."

"And it turned out right. He should have left, but that happens."


Seriously, has dementia set in?

Would Sir Alex, after leading a club to back-to-back promotions, jack it in?

Why the question about no money, Darragh has always made whatever was required available!

Looks like a father protecting his son thing to me and to hell with reality!


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Date:Sunday December 27 2009

Time: 12:18PM

 

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