Sir Alex Ferguson Slams The Blues
Manchester United gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson has publicly slammed Roberto Mancini´s Manchester City side for their pusillanimous style of football. Accordingly, the offensive minded manager has claimed The Reds would be heading for the English Premier League title if they had played the same negative way as rivals Manchester City.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been at the managerial helm of Manchester United Football Club since November 1986. During this time, neighbours Manchester City have had 18 different managers. And according to the experienced coach, it is Manchester United´s attacking and adventurous approach that has made the club world famous. The Old Trafford outfit have nonetheless suffered a loss of form of late and after being eight points ahead in the Premier League only a few weeks ago, they now sit behind leaders Manchester City on goal difference with just one match remaining of the season. For their final fixture of the campaign, Manchester United travel to Wearside to take on Martin O´Neill´s Sunderland team at the Stadium of Light this weekend while bitter enemies Manchester City entertain a relegation struggling Queens Park Rangers side at the Etihad Stadium.