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In an interview he was asked the following question;

"What's the most time you've added on to a Man U game?"

His answer, especially the start I find to be controversial;

"It was always very risky and depended whether they were winning or not. Probably about four or five minutes. In the same way some people are different when they get behind a wheel, Alex Ferguson is different during the 90 minutes of a game and immediately afterwards. At other times, he is absolutely charming and very good value. During a game, he can be an absolute nightmare"

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In an interview he was asked the following question;

"What's the most time you've added on to a Man U game?"

His answer, especially the start I find to be controversial;

"It was always very risky and depended whether they were winning or not. Probably about four or five minutes. In the same way some people are different when they get behind a wheel, Alex Ferguson is different during the 90 minutes of a game and immediately afterwards. At other times, he is absolutely charming and very good value. During a game, he can be an absolute nightmare"

says it all really - the cheating c*nt

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Depended if ... ???? dear Christ that's f**king outrageous.

However, the chances of that c**t being done for:

  1. breaking the rules of the game
  2. bringing the game into disrepute
  3. being a slimy c**t
  4. being a cheating c**t
  5. being a slimy cheating c**t

I would say are just about nil.

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Depended if ... ???? dear Christ that's f**king outrageous.

However, the chances of that c**t being done for:

  1. breaking the rules of the game
  2. bringing the game into disrepute
  3. being a slimy c**t
  4. being a cheating c**t
  5. being a slimy cheating c**t

I would say are just about nil.

:D :D :D :D

You missed off complete and utter c*nt

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I find it hard to believe that he would just blatantly admit to helping Manchester United. Do you have a source for this?

My only explanation for the above paragraph is that possibly its out of context, and he was talking about Ferguson's mood, how that depended on if they were winning or not with the time he added?

Ps. This is coming from someone who hates Ellery more than ALL of u combined. (Check past posts if u want to be sure)

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http://www.metro.co.uk/fame/interviews/art...p;in_page_id=11

Who did you enjoy refereeing?

In a funny way, Dennis Wise. He was a cheeky, likeable bloke and good fun. You never knew where he was going. I did enjoy refereeing those types, the same as I enjoyed them at Harrow. People with a twinkle in their eye who aren't really nasty but have an element of roguishness.

just for the record :)

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What a mug that man is....honestly, we all knew that he loved Man Utd. My first season following Chelsea was the season he was the ref at our final against Man Utd. That penalty he blew for he admitted "I blew without thinking, and i knew I'd made a mistake, but could not change my mind." But I bet he was thinking well and clear with every decision he subsequently blew for in the mancs favour. Cu*t

Scott

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