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Sir Alex Ferguson And Sunderland, Just What Does He Mean?

Sir Alex Ferguson And Sunderland, Just What Does He Mean?
By Paul Ring

We all remember what happened on the last day of last season, for something like twenty seconds United were champions before City, Aguero and Martin Tyler snatched it away from them. Sunderland fans performed the Poznan (remember that thing?) and generally taunted their United counterparts. Here's a quote on the subject from Fergie this week:

"I don't have any issues with the Sunderland fans. I don't think the Sunderland fans wanted City to win it any more than we did. It was just a fact that they were our opponents that day and it goes back to what I was saying about present society. You see it with supporters every week. Wherever the fans are in opposite corners, they are venting their spleens at each other. It's what happens in modern-day football."
(Red News)

Yet here he is after the last day last season:

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT2DjV2jFMI]
(Craig Norwood)

So which is it? Is he not bothered or has he been brooding like Hamlet since last May?

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