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Ex Man Utd boss Fergies new book

Postby Hams » Wed Oct 23, 2013 12:53 pm

It looks like the following have got the hair dryer treatment!

Roy Keane
David Beckham
Ruud Van Nistelrooy
Rafael Benitez
Owen Hargreaves
Wayne Rooney
Kenny Dalglish
Roberto Mancini
Arsene Wenger
BBC
Steven Gerrard
Frank Lampard

However Man Utd's owners the Glazer family have not had any criticism at all.

Any thought's on Sir Alex Ferguson's autobiography?

Have those who have been given the hair dryer treatment deserved it?
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Postby Boris » Thu Oct 24, 2013 11:15 am

He also gave Mark Bosnich a stir :lol:

I may buy this one
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Postby Hams » Thu Oct 24, 2013 1:54 pm

Boris wrote:He also gave Mark Bosnich a stir :lol:

I may buy this one


I forget about the Aussie keeper!

Apparently he wants to have a face to face showdown with Fergie!

Wasn't Sir Alex right to be critical of him though?
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Postby rudekid » Fri Oct 25, 2013 12:32 pm

I think I'm gonna have to check this out... I'm reading Harry Redknapp's book at the moment and it's a very interesting read....

I loved Brendan Rodgers come back though...

Ferguson said 'Liverpool were 8 players short of a championship winning side'

Brendan Rodgers said 'Utd are 10 short'

Quality....
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Postby redpelt » Fri Oct 25, 2013 9:17 pm

I can honestly say hand on heart ,I would sooner pierce my own John Thomas with
a knitting needle rather than read the musings of a man so devoid of humility or tact
he became a ridiculous caricature of himself towards the end.....This book only serves
to taint his legacy even more than his incessant tantrums ,furthermore it simply confirms
the depth of bitterness this purulent contagion is prepared to plumb in order to sell a
collection of gripes he's managed to collate in his time as manager of United.
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Postby Hams » Mon Oct 28, 2013 5:48 pm

I was thinking of buying this book for you for Christmas Redpelt. :wink:

It does seem a little bizarre that Fergie has had a go at so many of Man Utd's players that brought him such glory?!
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Postby Steely Hill » Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:52 am

never thought much of Ferguson as a man and this just compounds that viewpoint.

unnecessary and classless attacks on people in what is his second autobiography i believe.

doesn't seem to contain quite the same level of fiction as Redknapp's book of fantasy but is sensationalist enough to keep the tabloid fodder amused for some time.
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Postby Seamus » Tue Oct 29, 2013 9:16 pm

redpelt wrote:I can honestly say hand on heart ,I would sooner pierce my own John Thomas with
a knitting needle rather than read the musings of a man so devoid of humility or tact
he became a ridiculous caricature of himself towards the end.....This book only serves
to taint his legacy even more than his incessant tantrums ,furthermore it simply confirms
the depth of bitterness this purulent contagion is prepared to plumb in order to sell a
collection of gripes he's managed to collate in his time as manager of United.


Totally agree. This is his way of saying 'I'm still the boss around here'. The fact that he is happy to put all this in a book while he still has a job at United just proves he cares little for the club and more about his own ego.

I have a friend who is reading it and says every time he gets to the end a referee adds on 6 more pages......
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