Alex Ferguson Unleashes The Fury At ‘Lying’ Journalists (Video)

Chris Wright

24th, December 2010


By Chris Wright

Bang, I’m Alex Ferguson! Merry Christmas from everyone at Old Trafford you filthy, low-down, belly-dwellin’ good-for-nothing hacks…

(via 101GG, who else?)

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  1. C says:

    Imagine listening in to an argument or something between Ferg and Carragher… The first one who can understand 10 words that those two says wins! :)

  2. Ollie Irish says:

    I have some sympathy for Fergie here. Hacks under pressure from their editors to magic stories out of nothing do fabricate all sorts of nonsense.

  3. Montesquieu says:

    I actually agree with Ferguson. (I never thought I’d utter those words); Journalism in the United Kingdom, especially sport journalism lacks most if not all accountability. Seems like journalists are keen to fabricate anything for the sake of selling their mother-paper.

  4. George says:

    Why is he rubbing his nipple at the start of the video?

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  6. Markell says:

    I think he’s been watching Ian Holloway, great stuff!

    Excuse me while I go vomit, for, like Montesquieu, I never thought I would say ‘great stuff’ about Alex Ferguson.

  7. SeanBCFC says:

    completely agree with SAF. journalists are going to be hte death of english football as we know it, just watch.

  8. Tinez says:

    Ferguson talks enough shit in the first place, he can barely point the finger anywhere else.

  9. Mike says:

    I’m really having a hard time to understand what’s he saying!
    I’m american!

  10. hugh forbes says:

    the first and last thing that will ruin english is the power of the agents if you dont releaze this then your are not paying attention to whats going on in the league example the rooney scandel watch from now on an man utd supporter oh for the good old days when the players played for the team and not the agents high forbes

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