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Angry sir alex ferguson: ‘a Man of the match once again was not one of the players

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Angry sir alex ferguson: ‘a Man of the match once again was not one of the players

July 10, 2020 07:01 pm
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Jose Mourinho has, once again, not to mention the videoscheidsrechter in the Premier League. As the manager of Tottenham Hotspur will find it impossible to believe the game Thursday is on a visit to Bournemouth (0-0), no penalty was given after striker Harry Kane over, it was conquered by Joshua King.

“Everyone knows it’s a penalty kick, and when I say everyone, I mean all,” grumbled the 57-year-old sir alex ferguson after the cameras of Sky Sports.

“It’s the same referee as the value-at-risk decision, as in the match against Sheffield United, Michael, Oliver,” continued the Portuguese. “Views are important, and this is not just my own. Just as Sheffield was the man of the match was not one of the players.”