Sunday, November 27, 2011

Fergie slams judge Lines

MANCHESTER - The threat of sanctions the FA, Sir Alex Ferguson did not make smooth the language, when critiquing the line judge, John Flynn on Newcastle United match counter, which ended controversially, 1-1.
Fergie, greeting Ferguson feels his team should not 'condemned' penalty, which makes them have to accept a draw. United defender, Rio Ferdinand 'convicted' linesman breaking Hatem Ben Arfa in the forbidden box.
Linesman John Flynn said there was a violation, although the incident vaguely impressed. Before fitting yielded twelve kick, referee Mike Jones had consulted briefly with Flynn.
As a result, the decision is to provide a kick from the spot for the Magpies. Demba Ba who became executor in the 64th minute, managed to carry out their duties, and change the score, 1-1 to both teams that lasted until the end.
"Regardless of the assistant referee's decision, I think all that is in the field do not feel it should bear the penalty incident, said Fergie told The New Zealand Herald, Sunday (27/11/2011).
"The referee thought it would only give a corner kick. But he (Flynn) close to the incident, other states, although only eight yards away, "Fergie added with emotion.
Fergie did not hesitate to attack the professionalism of the line judge, because Fergie felt very aggrieved. Coach in the Premier League's longest remembered an incident two years ago, when the line judge had also hurt his team, when it meets Chelsea.
"The problem is, the referee is a full-time job, but not with his linesman. It will hurt you. Two years ago, when the linesman gave a goal for Chelsea, which should be off-side, it hurt us in the league, "added Fergie.


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