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should ferguson be banned

jasonrat Avatar
7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
apparently the referees union want ferguson to be banned

this is quite extreme

now please be sensible and dont turn this thread into jealous motives
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/8314326.stm


The 67-year-old, who later apologised to Wiley, could face a hefty fine or a touchline ban if he is found guilty.

The referees' union has called for Ferguson, who has until 3 November to answer the charge, to be banned.
banned 1 Like #2
Hell no
suspended#3
I think he should maybe be given 1 match or at most 2
banned#4
stil
Hell no


Hell yes.

Inb4 saint or ODB
1 Like #5
stil
Hell no


Well said :thumbsup:
#6
Of course he should.

Mascherano (as a player) was made an example of as part of the Respect campaign a couple of seasons ago, so why shouldn't Ferguson (as a manager).
#7
midlandscomics
Of course he should.

Mascherano (as a player) was made an example of as part of the Respect campaign a couple of seasons ago, so why shouldn't Ferguson (as a manager).


Agreed, until they start hitting them all with hard punishment it will carry on. In other sports it doesn't happen because they know the consequences. Unfortunately in football this isn't the case. If you knew arguing with the ref resulted in a 3 game ban you wouldn't do it full stop.

This applies to all managers not just Ferguson.
#8
I think he should be given a knighthood...Oh wait!
#9
im a Utd fan so i would say no obv. :thumbsup:

its been a witch hunt though the anti Utd/Fergie brigade have gone way ott...... perspective is required,is what Fergie said any worse than what Big Sam and Rafa have said before - like suggesting that refs have cheated and/or been biased? they were warned but not banned.

So is questioning a refs fitness that much worse than his integrity?
#10
I may be slightly biased, because it's Ferguson, but, i think he should, it's not just this once either, there has been numerous incidents this year already, with Ferguson being n trouble after commenting about the ref. Bringing personal insults about fitness into it, makes it worse.

Funnily enough, that ref was the linesman than Ferguson was having a laugh with at the Man City game. Didn't think he was bad then did he?
#11
Sunderland are having a hard time atm aren't they.

They draw at Old Trafford and it's all about the ref
They beat Liverpool and it's a beach balls fault.

Bet Bruce is wondering what he has to do to get some praise.
#12
:thumbsup: [SIZE="3"]YEP GET RID OF THE OLD ...DUFFER !!!!!!![/SIZE]
#13
greg_68
Sunderland are having a hard time atm aren't they.

They draw at Old Trafford and it's all about the ref
They beat Liverpool and it's a beach balls fault.

Bet Bruce is wondering what he has to do to get some praise.


lol....true ^^^ they are doing great tbh :-D
#14
greg_68
Sunderland are having a hard time atm aren't they.

They draw at Old Trafford and it's all about the ref
They beat Liverpool and it's a beach balls fault.

Bet Bruce is wondering what he has to do to get some praise.


He needs to learn how to deflect the criticism away from his players when they play badly just like Ferguson and Benitez do.

Its no coincidence that in both those games United and Liverpool played below par (Sunderland played very well in both games also may I add), and nobody seems to be putting any pressure or giving out at the players for their performances. Thats one of the main reasons that Ferguson and Benitez have been around at the top of their profession for so long.
#15
Ferguson is above the law, even speeding on the hard shoulder because he needs a **** can't get him in trouble
#16
modoc
He needs to learn how to deflect the criticism away from his players when they play badly just like Ferguson and Benitez do.

Its no coincidence that in both those games United and Liverpool played badly, and nobody seems to be putting any pressure or giving out at the players for their performances. Thats one of the main reasons that Ferguson and Benitez have been around at the top of their profession for so long.


huh? Rafa admitted that they played badly and he didn't blame the defeat on the beach ball
#17
repeat
#18
hassony
Ferguson is above the law, even speeding on the hard shoulder because he needs a **** can't get him in trouble


you forgot to say FACT before that statement! :thumbsup:
#19
hassony
huh? Rafa admitted that they played badly and he didn't blame the defeat on the beach ball


But everyone should really be talking about the fact that Liverpool are a very poor side when Torres and Gerrard are not in the team, but instead everyone is talking about a balloon.

It was the same when Sunderland played United. Everyone should have been talking about how poor United were on the day, but Fergusons comments deflected all the criticism away from his teams performance.
#20
Yes. No team contact until the end of the season, me thinks.
#21
kyalion
Yes. No team contact until the end of the season, me thinks.


now please be sensible and dont turn this thread into jealous motives
#22
I heard on the radio that continental mangers are banned from THE GROUND, not just the dugout on matchdays. This would make him think twice.

Whilst he had a point about Wiley, his berating of the 4th official was even worse. The guy is a total bully.

3 match ban
banned#23
midlandscomics
Of course he should.

Mascherano (as a player) was made an example of as part of the Respect campaign a couple of seasons ago, so why shouldn't Ferguson (as a manager).


Mascherano was being a complete pratt when he got his Red against manure.

(I presume that's what you refer?) if it was, I spoke to Steve Bennett a couple of weeks later. His opinion was he did so to appease his manager and to deflect the fact he was playing poorly.
#24
guv
Mascherano was being a complete pratt when he got his Red against manure.

(I presume that's what you refer?) if it was, I spoke to Steve Bennett a couple of weeks later. His opinion was he did so to appease his manager and to deflect the fact he was playing poorly.


Steve Bennett can **** off, If there is one person i despise more than Ferguson in football, its this ****
#25
BAN HIM :thumbsup:

for having a constant red nose if for nothing else!
banned#26
Of course he should be banned.

I don't understand why people involved in football, from the players, coaches and fans treat the referees with such a lack of respect.

Rugby has the right attitude to refs.

If football really believes in 'respect' then they need to come down heavy on this type of thing.
[mod]#27
2 or 3 match touchline ban i would think will be the punishment.

Although i think it would pain him more to be made to make a full and unreserved apology and admit he was wrong.
#28
FilthAndFurry
Of course he should be banned.

I don't understand why people involved in football, from the players, coaches and fans treat the referees with such a lack of respect.

Rugby has the right attitude to refs.

If football really believes in 'respect' then they need to come down heavy on this type of thing.


+1
#29
When you are the best at what you do then you have to accept the Hate mob :whistling:
banned#30
Syzable
2 or 3 match touchline ban i would think will be the punishment.

Although i think it would pain him more to be made to make a full and unreserved apology and admit he was wrong.


I think he should have to make an apology in the middle of the pitch at the next premier league game....


Oh, that seems to be Anfield. C'est la vie.:whistling:
banned#31
abacus
When you are the best at what you do then you have to accept the Hate mob :whistling:


I don't think Fergie hates Alan Wiley:?
#32
He is supposed to be a professional referee and is paid well for it so how can he keep up with a fast tempo game carrying all the weight Fergie has a point in my opinion.And i meant the hate mob on here not Fergie hating Wiley.


http://fotball.adressa.no/multimedia/archive/00033/wiley_33455e.jpg
banned#33
abacus
He is supposed to be a professional referee and is paid well for it so how can he keep up with a fast tempo game carrying all the weight Fergie has a point in my opinion.And i meant the hate mob on here not Fergie hating Wiley.


But it was totally baseless - if it wasn't, why did Fergie apologise?

It was petulant and out of order.

Fergie is supposed to be a professional manner and is paid well for it - he should act in a professional manner.
[mod]#34
I'd put money on the fact that Alan Wiley is a damn site fitter than most of us. :)

He passes all the tests. Fergie is just a bad loser and gets upset when he doesn't get his way.
#35
While managers are allowed to comment on an official's performance, the FA insists any remarks must not imply bias, question their integrity or engage in what could be construed as a personal attack.

Ferguson has a history of improper conduct charges for incidents involving referees.

In the 2007/08 season Ferguson was given a two-match touchline ban and was handed a £5,000 fine for a rant at referee Mark Clattenburg at half-time during a match at Bolton

And during the 2008/09 campaign Ferguson was banned for two games and fined £10,000 after admitting a charge of improper conduct.

The Scot came on to the pitch to remonstrate with referee Mike Dean after United beat Hull on 1 November.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/8314326.stm
#36
If fergie is banned the chewing gum industry in this country would go bust overnight, but then again the whisky one would prosper.... :)
#37
If Fergie get's banned buy shares in dummies
[mod]#38
greg_68;6623494
If Fergie get's banned buy shares in dummies


If he does they'll be uproar in the south. :whistling: :-D
banned#39
hassony
Steve Bennett can **** off, If there is one person i despise more than Ferguson in football, its this ****


I'll let him know the next time I have a chat with him for you. I'm sure he'll be upset!

FilthAndFurry
Of course he should be banned.

I don't understand why people involved in football, from the players, coaches and fans treat the referees with such a lack of respect.

Rugby has the right attitude to refs.

If football really believes in 'respect' then they need to come down heavy on this type of thing.


FilthAndFurry
I think he should have to make an apology in the middle of the pitch at the next premier league game....

Oh, that seems to be Anfield. C'est la vie.:whistling:


FilthAndFurry
But it was totally baseless - if it wasn't, why did Fergie apologise?

It was petulant and out of order.

Fergie is supposed to be a professional manner and is paid well for it - he should act in a professional manner.


Welcome back.

Syzable
I'd put money on the fact that Alan Wiley is a damn site fitter than most of us. :)

He passes all the tests. Fergie is just a bad loser and gets upset when he doesn't get his way.


By George I think you've got it.
#40
yes not jealoust just that theyve banned managers for less

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