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Fergie Not Happy About Late Goal

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was not too happy after the game with Birmingham on Tuesday after referee Lee Mason did not rule out a controversial late equaliser from Lee Bowyer.

Fergies view of things was that striker Nikola Zigic had handled the ball and committed a foul at the same time as setting up Bowyer with the equaliser.

Ferguson said: 'There was a foul to begin with and then he (Zigic) has handled the ball. If you don't get a decision like that in that situation, what chance have you got.'

He added: 'It is a great shame because the way we played in the second half we deserved the three points.

'The first half was a non event but we played ever so well in the second period. Having got in front, we should have finished them off. We just needed a bit more care but their goal should not have stood.'




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Date:Wednesday December 29 2010

Time: 3:28PM

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What a whinger, how many of these decision has he and his team benefited from
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