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How’s Jason? What Will Be The BBC’S First Question To Manchester United’s Sir Alex Ferguson?

by | 28th, August 2011

AFTER seven years of silence, Manchester United’s manager Alex Ferguson will deign to speak with the grovelling BBC. It’s not a grudge, it’s a stanc e,” said Feguson of his silence.

It all began when the BBC made a limp documentary called Father and Son , which alleged that Ferguson had put pressure on younger players at Old Trafford to sign up with his son Jason, who was operating as a football agent.

Fergie saw something take offence at (as is his way ). So. He decided not to honour the contract between the BBC and the Premier League that stipulates that every Premier League manager must tell the hapless sod with the microphone how they feel to have won / lost / drawn. For seen long years BBC viewers have had to make do without Fergie’s pithy reaction to poor referees and the officials’ bad time-keeping. For seven years Garth Crooks has been unable to stew Ferguson’s words and reveal to Match of The Day viewers what the Scot is thinking really, really thinking.

This has given the

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