Ooh, So A Referee Decision DOESN’t matter this time for Manchester United: Clear Penalty For Chelsea


Well, you know Ferguson, that chewing gum eating, never retiring, always sitting at Stretford End manager of the Red Devils (Or otherwise known as Manchester United)

Yesterday’s match between Manchester United and Chelsea FC in the Champions League quarter finals was, fair to be said to be contested. Both teams were hugely in the game, and for once, Fernando Torres seemed to have that little bit of magic back for the blues.

But the game was decided by Rooney hitting into an empty net after a square ball being played to his feet. But controversy, controversy! Chelsea had 2 big penalty claims in this match and here are both of them.

Ramires’ penalty claim was clear for all to see, this challenge in fact deserved a red card in all honest opinion, last man, took out the whole man, it should have been a penalty and Evra to be out for two games.

This Fernando Torres claim, in all honesty, was a bit desperate, but the Ramires penalty should have been given, that one is for certain in my opinion.

Well, for one thing I will say that Alex Ferguson is normally known as the man who seems to always claim one thing, that referees decide game, a quote here:

The referee decided the game, we had no chance out there with him giving everything to the opposition and nothing to ours. It was a penalty in my opinion.

Alex Ferguson

Well, so now you guys get two penalties decisions going your way, this comes from his latest press conference.

It’s the first penalty decision we’ve had in seven years so we were due one. I don’t feel guilty about that at all. It was a 50-50 from where I was and I don’t know how much contact there was

Alex Ferguson’s quote after victory at the Bridge

It can only be Manchester United

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