Alex Ferguson Admits He Doesn’t Bother Looking at Liverpool’s Results Anymore: The Nightly EPL

liverpool cake Alex Ferguson Admits He Doesnt Bother Looking at Liverpools Results Anymore: The Nightly EPL

On the verge of Super Sunday where Arsenal plays Manchester City and hated rivals Manchester United battle Liverpool, Sir Alex Ferguson has played his typical mind games by saying that he doesn’t even bother to look for Liverpool’s results each week anymore.

It’s a slap against Liverpool that could come back to haunt him if the Reds of Merseyside, the anti-flat track bullies, can pull off a win or even a draw at Old Trafford on Sunday.

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8 Responses to Alex Ferguson Admits He Doesn’t Bother Looking at Liverpool’s Results Anymore: The Nightly EPL

  1. Eplnfl says:

    His mind games are classic. Wonder why this game. Liverpool not a threat to win it all. He just may have an old grudge.

  2. jtm371 says:

    MUFC 4/pool nil!

  3. RBP says:

    I still look at them, everyone needs a good laugh now and then.

    • jtm371 says:

      nicely said from a true Toffee fan.wish your Gaffer had money to spend would fight for a top 4 year in and year out.IMO Moyes should have a shot to replace SAF not what you want to hear but what he does at Everton with no money is impressive.pool will get hammered tomorrow RVP with hat trick.

  4. Gerad Egn says:

    QPR and Tottenham was not on ESPN 3, as you said.

  5. PhillySpur says:

    Does anyone?

  6. Frill Artist says:

    They’re a joke. Shadows of their former selves.

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