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Argies Round On Fergie After Tevez Criticism

Diego Maradona has branded Manchester United veteran Sir Alex Fergusson “a JOKE” for weighing into the Carlos Tevez affair.

Diego Maradona has branded Manchester United veteran Sir Alex Fergusson “a JOKE” for weighing into the Carlos Tevez affair.

Maradona, who coaches mega rich Al Wasl in Dubai, once advised Manchester City rebel Tevez to quit Old Trafford when he was stuck on the bench at United.

Now the outspoken manager has told the Scot to keep his mouth shut when it comes to matters that don’t concern him. Maradona said:

“Ferguson should not be talking about it because he became a big coach only after he got big players.

“Ferguson was defending Mancini and I know Mancini well, and I know Carlos Tevez too, and if Ferguson doesn’t really know about the issue, he shouldn’t be talking so it’s a real big joke.”

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  1. Imran

    October 3, 2011 at 12:55 pm

    Must be the cocaine talking as what FERGIE said was 1000% correct.Argentinian players are cheaters , fighters and cry babies. By the way that goes to all south American players.

    • VoR

      October 4, 2011 at 9:15 am

      Yes Imran and some people say all Asians are terrorists too. You idiot.

  2. Danny Salford Red

    October 3, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Oh no!!! What a devastating insult to receive from a fat drug addict and cheat. However will Sir Alex rebuild his life after such a barb from this well respected character? If hes such a joke you fat cheat how come you cannot manage a team like he can?

    • Red Ells

      October 3, 2011 at 1:34 pm

      …Couldn’t agree more.

  3. kidder

    October 3, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Can’t remember too many big names at Aberdeen?Yet he still went onto Euro glory with them??Stick to sniffing lines than writing illogical ones for newspapers!

  4. wiuru

    October 3, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    Mara who ?

  5. graham

    October 3, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    ‘Maradona, who coaches mega rich Al Wasl in Dubai’,- Hello another Argie mercenary- I’m sure he coaches there for the love of the game, the hand of god should stop typing and stick to jerking off…

  6. TrueCelt

    October 3, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    Ha! Diego Maradona calling Ferguson a joke? If he had any understanding of true success he’d know it’s actually him that needs to keep his fat mouth shut! Just because you were a great player doesn’t mean you have a brain in your head! Alex Ferguson is a genius, and he’s built his teams many times from the ground up. Diego had the Argentinian national team to pick from and chose such outstanding talents as Jesus Datolo and Martin Palermo, barely using Higuain and Cambiasso. They were damned lucky to even make it to the World Cup! If Fergie is talking about how to dribble past players, or hit a shot, or sniff a line, then you can pull rank Diego. But leave management to the real legends like Fergie, Cruyff, Guardiola, Wenger and Mourinho. You wouldn’t even get a job as a Reserve Coach at United you loud-mouthed crack-head!

  7. Azam

    October 3, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    What is this rubbish? Fergie didn’t have big player when Aberdeen won the UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup and the Supercup. Nor did he have big names at Manchester when he first began there as a manager. Furthermore one of the key qualities which has made him so successful over the years is the fact that he does not put up with arrogant players ie. Tevez, Beckham, Van Nistlerooy, etc. No player is above the team and every player in that team knows his place. I support both Mancini and Sir Alex’s comments 100% as do most decent football fans.

    • VoR

      October 4, 2011 at 9:18 am

      Correct about Aberdeen but not correct about his time at united. Ferguson spent a RELATIVE fortune at united in the early years and when it wasn’t working nearly got the sack.

  8. Mick

    October 4, 2011 at 9:05 am

    Azam, saying Ferguson “does not put up with arrogant players” isn’t quite true. He doesn’t put up with arrogant players that he feels are past their best. Otherwise, Rooney, Ferdinand and Vidic – all of whom have in the past threatened to leave unless they got paid more – would be elsewhere now.

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