Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Ferguson Admits Regret This Release Players

MANCHESTER - Who would have thought, it turns out there are players who make Sir Alex Ferguson was sorry he had to take it off to another club. That player is none other than Ryan Shawcross who left United to join Stoke City.

Ryan Shawcross is a product built Manchester United's academy. Unfortunately, at that time he was competing with Gerard Pique on the bench for United and finally sold to Stoke City with a tag of 1 million pounds, a sale that makes Ferguson eventually regret.

"Always be a sad thing for me when removing the young players with great potential, and (Ryan) Shawcross clearly included in that category," said Ferguson in the club's official website, as reported by the Goal, Wednesday (01/02/2012) .

"He's not lucky, although he did not realize it weighed that he achieved success with Stoke, who came up with some young players," he added.

Ferguson was beginning to tell him the decision to sell Shawcross to Stoke City. He also admitted creating a blunder in his decision, because ultimately he had to lose two pillars formidable candidate in United's back line.

"When it is the era of Gerard Pique and we store it (Pique) because sales Ryan, it's just that I do not know that Gerard homesickness, and after that, he told us that he wanted to go back to Spain," he explained.

Ferguson then added, "He (Pique) success with Barcelona, as we all know, and when I knew he wanted to go, then surely we will still keep Ryan Shawcross."


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