Det klær ham. Nu forstår jeg absolut ikke en pind tysk, men hvorfor sidder han i sådan en mundering? :)
Jeg er sådan set ligeglad med din mening. Forkælet.
Sir Alex Ferguson has complained this week about the scheduling of English club matches following Champions League action. His team played and, as you might have heard, drew with Basel at Old Trafford last night, and again host the currently chirpy Canaries on Saturday at 3pm.
He was mostly concerned with Saturday kick-offs for TV following Wednesday appointments with Uefa. A shortage of preparation time is one thing, home advantage another. And it is clear that for Manchester United this season travel demands are minimal.
In fact by early December United will have played at home after all six group stage matches - a remarkably benign alignment.
Perhaps Ferguson should argue for more fairness in the post-Champions League fixtures of Chelsea or Manchester City, both of whom will have had to travel to Old Trafford immediately after exertions in Europe.
Four of Chelsea´s six post-Uefa Premier League games are away from home, just two at the Bridge. City´s diary looks even worse. All six of their group games are followed by domestic trips, among them United, Liverpool and Chelsea.