I Football Weekly talte de om, at Tevez rammer Barton først, hvilket jeg dog ikke har set. Tevez er en idiot, eller måske bare grådig og dum, men det fjerner dog ikke billedet af, at Barton er fuldblods psykopat. Den kalkulerede nedsparkning af Aguero på vejen ud er noget af det laveste, jeg nogensinde har set i fodbold.
Og så holdt chefen i øvrigt tale for drengene i aftes.
Sir Alex: Remember the Day! - Emotional Speech by The Boss!
With the season ending in a disappointment, Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, delivered the speech at Manchester United Player of the Year awards 2011/12, that has lifted the spirits of every United fan, player and staff member.
Here is the speech, as much as I could understand his Scottish accent:
"I don´t know how you managed to stand up (for his standing ovation) after yesterday - I´ve been horizontal for the last 24 hours! Oh, what a day, Jesus Christ! We don´t deserve that. You supporters, how you put up with that I don´t know. These guys they did their best, honestly, they were fantastic, well done boys. They were brilliant, brilliant boys. I read an article this morning - the Racing Post - the only paper I read by the way! Says that we need 8 new players, Jesus Christ! First of all where do you get 8 players, and why do I need 8 players? I have got a lot of young players here who are evolving into the club, of course I´ve got the old masters Giggs and Scholes and Ferdinand and most importantly, and you know you´re not understand this, but I´ve got a fantastic staff. Fantastic. The medical staff, the sports science who bloody hell, they are bright boys, they talk stuff that I have never heard of before and hope I never hear again! They are beyond my intellect. I´m a dinosaur, I´m an absolute dinosaur but what I am, I´m a winner. And I want all these players and I said it to them yesterday, when we lost the league to Leeds United in 1992 the young players came out that day and the Liverpool supporters were asking for their autographs, Giggs, Scholes, Neville, Beckham, and they were tearing them up, tearing their autographs up. And I said to Giggs and the boys ´remember this day´, and exactly what I said to them yesterday - those Sunderland fans were cheering for city, remember the day. We won´t forget that, I´m telling you. So well done to the players, a fantastic group, they will be alright, don´t worry about them, a great bunch of lads, brilliant, well done boys."
\"At the end of this game, the European Cup will be only six feet away from you, and you’ll not even able to touch it if we lose. And for many of you, that will be the closest you will ever get. Don’t you dare come back in here without giving your al...