Man City & Alex Ferguson
Manchester City Football Club is an English Premier League football club based in Manchester. Sir Alexander Chapman Alex Ferguson, CBE (born 31 December 1941) is a Scottish football manager and former player who has managed Manchester United since 1986. His tenure has seen the club go through an era of success and dominance both in England and in Europe, giving Ferguson a reputation as one of the most admired and respected managers in the history of the game. /5
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Arteta has just ended Man City's season. That's what happens when you play mind games with Alex Ferguson, always going to …
Man City's team reminds me of the Alex Ferguson Team in his last season - all 30 and past their prime...
Former Man United manager Sir. Alex Ferguson was all smiles as the Red Devils dismantled Man City at Old Trafford
Ok, ok, ok...so did it have to take the RETIREMENT of Uncle Sir Alex Ferguson before the Premiership GHOST over Liverpool could be exorcised and lifted? So does this now absolutely confirms the assertion made all this while that, the ICY hands of Fergie was firmly placed on Liverpool's HEAD to prevent them from having a SNIFF of the EPL Cup until he retires from active football??. Why did Liverpool have to live in the dark SHADOWS of Man United for 22 good years before gravitating towards the cup in 2014? (Premiership started from 1992 to date and Liverpool has never won it before). Why should Fergie retire before Gerrard and Suarez could find their scoring boots??? But, for Man City to win it paa de3, then Liverpool should have it as a consolation for being in the wilderness for 22 years. Me koraa I should mind my own business. Man Utd has no manager and will not play Champions League next season, that should be my head ache. Am out now to pray for Man Utd.
What the experts said: ALEX FERGUSON-“Liver pool needs 8 more players to be genuine title contenders” JOSE MOURINHO(NOVEMB ER)-“Liverpool might look as strong as others, but their team is not as strong…’ MANUEL PELLEGRINI (OCTOBER)-“I do not consider Liverpool and Tottenham as our main title rivals” Roberto Mancini (MARCH)-“Man City will win the league at the end and Chelsea will be the team that will fight them until the end” ALAN CURBISHLEY (AUGUST)-“Liver pool will be the surprise team of the season by finishing 4th, which is the highest position they can finish”
Things Manchester United funs shud kno:- Alex Ferguson is all to blame for what is happening to the bug Manchester club. He handled over wrongly at the wrong time. Manchester United were already going down before Ferguson retired from Football. The fact that they won the league in his final season does not mean he had a gud team. Remember that previously they exited the UEFA Champions League in the second round and followed another first round exit at the hands of FC Basel. He only improved his side the season that followed by buying Van Persie, who wasn't really what they needed especially when Rooney was already performing in big matches. The same season saw the collapse of Chelsea and Man City partially which deceived united fans more. United fans shud have looked at how Frank Rijkaard left Barcelona when he handed it to former drag dealer Josep Guardiola. And also admire how stable Barcelona wqs when Guardiola left it. How about Jupp Heynckes' Bayern Munich when Guardiola took charge or Carlo Ancelot ...
Odd fact of the day: David Moyes has won more Champions League games this season than Man City have in their entire history (he also only has one more league victory than alex ferguson has league titles)
Cameron, Robinson and now Shirley Williams on Tony Benn. Like tributes to Alex Ferguson given by Man City reserves. Pitiful…
Arsenal is now at the top of the English Premier League, followed closely by Man City and Chelsea. Arsenal continued to be managed by Arsene Wenger. Man Utd now rank 7th in the table. The retirement of Alex Ferguson has taken a big toll on this champion club.
When Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima was playing and in form, man u signed then unknown Cristiano Ronaldo (nawo a Wenger has decided to sign Yaya Sanogo just because Man City has Yaya Toure. Zowonera basi!
So with Stoke set to unveil Mark Hughes as their manager today or tomorrow, it's time to get behind the new boss. To be fair, Mark Hughes has done more good than bad. At Blackburn he worked wonders keeping them in the top 10 constantly. At Fulham he again got them into the top 10. At QPR and Man City he had money thrown at him and was told who to buy and play. QPR he kept up in his first season, but in his second season they were unsaveable! Even Harry Redknapp couldn't save them. I think that Hughes with Stoke (who have a solid plan) should be a very good team! He has done so much good in managing clubs than bad. Don't let the QPR job put people off him. That club is ran so badly that I don't think Alex Ferguson could have saved them. So let's get behind our new boss! I think this will be an exciting transfer window!!
The outgone week was full of emotions, heartaches, celebrations and retirements in the football arena as various leagues in europe winds down. In England, sir Alex Ferguson oversaw his last game as Man United boss in a thrilling but dramatic 5-5 draw against West Browich Albion at the Hawthorns. Chelsea, on the other hand ensured 3rd spot by beating Everton 2-1 at Stamford Bridge. It was also David Moyes last game as Everton's boss after a hugely successful 11yr stint with the Toffees. Tottenham's misery and end-season syndrome as their hopes of picking 4th and last Champions League spot was dashed as Arsenal did what they had to do by beating Newcastle 1-0 to break Spurs' heart for the umpteenth time. The Londoners settle yet again for Europa League in as many seasons. They will also be joined by Liverpool and Everton. Man City's untoward season reached it nadir when they lost 3-2 to Norwich at home. Former England defender Jamie Carragher joined the train of retiring sportsmen as he called time on his . ...
Mancini furious as Man City capitulate: Alex Ferguson was too angry to talk to the press after Manchester Unit...
For those who are new to sport memes, here are the memes of football, nfl, nba and tennis. Football: Ibrahimovic : long nose Arsene Wenger : signed an un-born baby Ozil : Big Eyes Torres : missed an open goal Ramos : shot a penalty 2 meters above goal Juan Mata : his name (E.G : He scores when it Mata's) Balotelli : does whatever he wants Vincent Del Bosque: No expressions Heskey: Football God. Sir Alex Ferguson: A defender shot the ball at Van Persie's face, later he commented that it could've killed him, so the meme is whenever something silly happens SAF says it could've killed him Robben: Never Passes. Kaka: Never has playtime at Real Madrid. David Villa: Never has playtime at Barcelona. Hazard: Kicks ballboys (after the ballboy incident in the Swansea match) Liverpool: Talk about history. Arsenal: Sell players to Man City. Pepe: Beats up everyone. Valdes: Worst goalkeeper. Terry: Sleeps with people's wives. NBA: Kobe Bryant: Doesnt pass, (although he started passing so the joke is dead) Brian Scalabr ...
The things that happen in MANCHESTER ::MUST READ:: XD Roberto Mancini is getting worried about his team's recent poor form against Arsenal. He just can't understand it, Man City are the biggest club in Europe, have all the best players etc, but every time they play the UNITED, they get beaten. So Mancini gives Alex Ferguson a call and explains his problem. Alex is very understanding and invites Mancini down to watch his team training. So Mancini turns up in London and spends a day watching the Man Utd players. At the end of the training session he says to Alex "I still don't understand, we seem to do all the same things in training that you do, but you still beat us all the time". "Ah" says Mr Ferguson, "I don't think its anything to do with the training. I think its because my players are more intelligent than yours". Mancini looks a bit peeved and asks Alex "What the *** do you mean by that?". "Well" says Alex, "We also train our boys in lateral thinking". To demonstrate his point he calls over WAYNE R ...
Paper talk! -Mike QPR have made an £8million move for Man City centre-back Joleon Lescott. Chelsea reject Yossi Benayoun is in talks with Southampton. Alan Pardew fears his skipper Fabricio Coloccini could be the next star to quit Newcastle. Reading are battling with Premier League rivals Norwich to sign Zambia striker Jacob Mulenga. Sunderland have launched a £2.5million bid for centre-back Roland Juhasz from Anderlecht. Roberto Mancini will give Mario Balotelli "another 100 chances" to prove he can change. Alex Ferguson has demanded an urgent probe into Spurs' swoop for whizkid Zeki Fryers. Paul Lambert has refused to rule out a move for out-of-favour Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott. Roberto Mancini insists he won't ditch Mario Balotelli after his amazing bust-up with the striker. Sir Alex Ferguson has called for a Premier League investigation Into Zeki Fryers' £900,000 move to Spurs from Standard Liege. Ferguson is also convinced Rio Ferdinand won't quit Manchester United. Arsene Wenger is r ...
Alex Ferguson says its a 'Three horse race' I hope he means Man Utd, Man City and West Brom. Chelsea who?
“The moment Alex Ferguson (and Phil Jones) found out Man City had won the league:
SOME REFREE FACTS: 1. Ex refree Jeff Winter openly stating that he wasn't given a Manchester United game for two years after send Roy Keane off. 2. Howard Webb has been Manchester United games most used refree since the defeat to Man City. 3. More than 26 percent of the penalties Webb has awarded in his 8years career as a refree has been to united. 4. Alex Ferguson not happy with Chris Foy after to Tottenham, Foy was demoted to a league 2 game between Accrington Stanley and Rochdale this weekened. Something Foy hasn't done since 2001-2002. Watch out for more complicity and damnable role Fergie and his cohorts has done to remain the Emperor of EPL.
Clattenburg had gone 38 games without refereeing Manchester United. His previous United game was the 6-1 thrashing by rivals Man City at Old Trafford. He sent Johnny Evans off in a match that Alex Ferguson described as “the most embarrassing defeat of my career”. For 38 games, Clattenburg was not handed a single United game to referee. Not a single league game, not a single cup game. That stat alone tells us nothing: he’s also gone a while without officiating Arsenal or Liverpool games. His performance today, however, tells us a great deal. Clattenburg has now become the latest in an ever lengthening line of referees who have officiated a United loss, gone a long time without reffing them, then on their return give game changing decisions to Alex Ferguson’s side.
• Man United boss Alex Ferguson says Rio Ferdinand let the club down after he did not wear a Kick it Out T-shirt ahead of win over Stoke • After suffering a hamstring injury during Spain's WC qualifier vs France, Man City medio David Silva to miss Champions League trip to Ajax
I don't like Man City but when that Aguero goal went in, Alex Ferguson and Phil Jones faces made my week!
More rumours about Arsenal’s Van Persie. It is all becoming a bit confusing , with Arsene Wenger saying there have been no fresh bids, Alex Ferguson admitting a bid, and Roberto Mancinisaying that Robin Van Persie is “an Arsenal Player.” Today’s stories will probably just confuse us further, but there might be some truth in them so here goes. The Mirror and the Daily Mail both have reports on the potential transfer of Van Persie to Man City and Man United respectively, but both stories have a common thread, MONEY. The story in the Daily Mail suggests that our Dutch striker would prefer a move to United over City, assuming that Juventus have backed out of the race. This may be true, with City already overloaded with Prima Donna front men. Apparently, Van Persie is insisting on getting the same wages as the top paid player at the club. Rooney is that man, on around £200,000 per week. He got that salary by threatening to leave, sound familiar anyone? The question is, whether United would be willing ...
The late Reggae crooner, Lucky Dube in one of his songs said, “If you don’t have any good thing to say about somebody, just shut up because the thing you say may come back to hurt you”. Dube was right as Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson has found out after his ‘noisy neighbours’, Manchester City denied him of the 2011/2012 Premiership title last Sunday. In 2009 after Argentine striker, Carlos Tevez, left the Red Devils for Manchester City, Alex Ferguson was reportedly asked whether he thinks his team, Man Utd will ever play second fiddle to city rivals, Man City and his reply was caustic. “Not in my life time”, he had said
has just been reading about Alex Ferguson moaning about Man City. 'Its wrong to spend a fortune, pay stupid money and pay silly salaries' said the boss of £31 million, £150,000 a week Dimitar Berbatov.
Man City & Carlos Tevez have both apologised to United Coach, Alex Ferguson after the player's 'RIP Fergie' banner -
my perfect day would consist of Man City winning the Premier League and Alex Ferguson getting punched by Mike Tyson.
Alex Ferguson drops Howard Webb for crucial derby match Alex Ferguson has controversially dropped talismanic referee Howard Webb from Man Utd’s starting 12 for the crucial Premier League clash with Man City, and will instead hand a start to Andre Marriner. Early reports indicated that crowd favourite Webb would line up for the league leaders, but news has now surfaced that Ferguson is to take a gamble on Marriner. Marriner, who has only made 3 starts for Man Utd this season, is a surprise selection by Ferguson, given Webb’s ability to pull highly contentious decisions out of the bag in big matches. “Webby has put in some great performances for us in the past, but I feel the expectation levels of supporters could be too much for him on this occasion,” revealed Ferguson. “I might put him on the bench as an impact referee in case we need one of their players sending off or a penalty deep into stoppage time.” The news of Marriner’s inclusion has left United fans miffed given Ferguson’s critici ...
Neil Lennon gets it spot on. When he does what Alex Ferguson did last night v Man City - he's demonized for it.Ferguson? Oh, he's passionate
New post: Alex Ferguson clashes with Roberto Mancini as Kompany strike give Man City the edge
well done Man City, i see even Diego Maradona is a fan lol. I saw Alex Ferguson wanting to man-handle Roberto Mancini, must be tough letting it slip at the end. Man City will be doing justice to EPL, i knw its unnecesarily overrated league but how can these English teams let a team that failed in both the Champions League and Europa League go and win the domestic title? be pathetic.
For winning the league title, Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson appointed Howard Webb as the referee of Stoke v Man City match.
Roy Keane says if Alex Ferguson wasn't worried about Man City, he wouldn't be talking about them so much. He also...
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