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Fergie to end media blackout tomorrow....

deeky Avatar
5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
..... at a media conference.

Wouldn't it be fantastic if everyone ignored him or didn't ask him any questions
deeky Avatar
5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Sort of like a 'Fergie blackout' :D
#2
im sure hed be delighted if they blanked him. Fergies always right.
#3
Freedom of speech, Silly how they're not allowed to view their opinion on referees. Media should be blocked against asking that question.
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shauneco
Freedom of speech, Silly how they're not allowed to view their opinion on referees. Media should be blocked against asking that question.

You seem unclear on what "freedom of speech" actually is. Try going roung your workplace calling the bosses all the names under the sun to anyone who will listen then protest freedom of speech.
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master_chief
shauneco
Freedom of speech, Silly how they're not allowed to view their opinion on referees. Media should be blocked against asking that question.


You seem unclear on what "freedom of speech" actually is. Try going roung your workplace calling the bosses all the names under the sun to anyone who will listen then protest freedom of speech.


Ok, But you know it's silly, When a ref makes an absolute balls of a decision they should be criticized and the ref's aren't the boss of United or Fergie.
#6
shauneco
Freedom of speech, Silly how they're not allowed to view their opinion on referees. Media should be blocked against asking that question.


I have no problem with managers who have constructive criticism when they have genuinely been wronged, the problem I have is managers who use it as an excuse when trying to deflect critism of their own tactics or teams poor display (wenger springs to mind) or when they seem to pick on when they've been wronged but seem to forget when many a decision has gone their way (SAF springs to mind)
#7
Fergie silence already broken.

End of thread.

Edited By: modoc on Mar 10, 2011 10:15
[mod]#8
I want to know why Sky aren't witholding some of their TV money as they are contractually obliged to speak after the game.

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