Ferguson at odds with Wenger over "anti-football" claims

Sir Alex Ferguson is said to be a furious man following the Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger's outburst following the 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford last week, according to the Guardian. The Frenchman accused United of "anti-football", claiming one player was on the pitch "only to commit fouls", reffering to Darren Fletcher. Ferguson has since kept his silence over the matter, but as the two will come face to face tomorrow during Uefa's elite club coaches' forum, there seems like there will be plenty to discuss. The Man Utd boss believes Wenger has broken a pact between the two, in which they agreed to not criticise eachother's clubs. The pair have been enjoying a far healthier relationship than it once was, but there is no doubt now the waters have been tested. Arsene clearly felt his side was being hard done by, and he rightly stuck up for his players. I believe he was more critical of the referee than Man Utd, and was mainly dissapointed with how many times Fletcher got away with foul after foul without recieving a yellow card. If Fergs has a problem with that, too bad. Source Insurance, Quality Insurance, Reliability Insurance, Frequency Insurance, Interactivity Insurance, Info Insurance
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