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United's Ferguson isn't complaining this time
April 7th, 2011 12:58AM

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[UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE] Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson, who has complained about all the bad calls his team has gotten at Stamford Bridge, said he couldn't feel guilty that an iffy call helped United beat Chelsea, 1-0, in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League quarterfinal series.

United was leading 1-0 in stoppage time on Wayne Rooney's goal when Patrice Evra's challenge on Ramires wasn't whistled by referee Alberto Mallenco.

"It looked to me as if the boy made the most of it," he said. "If we got a break, then it is the first one we have had in seven years, so I don't feel guilty at all. From where I was it looked 50-50."



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  1. David Huff
    commented on: April 11, 2011 at 3:16 p.m.
    A true class act as "usual"


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