Ferguson silenced reporters with three words

Former Manchester United manager 먹튀검증 Sir Alex Ferguson has silenced reporters with a cynical reply.

British media ‘The Sun’ reported on the 16th (Korean time) that ‘Man United legend Sir Ferguson shut up an ITV reporter with a wonderful three-word answer’.

The Sun added, ‘Lord Ferguson gave a sensible answer to the question of who he thinks will win the Premier League this season’.

ITV reporter Matt Chapman asked Ferguson: “Which team do you choose, Manchester City or Arsenal?”

“I’m not interested,” said Ferguson.

Arsenal are in first place with 66 points from 27 matches, 21 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses. Manchester City is second with 61 points from 27 matches, 19 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses.

There are 11 games left. 5 points isn’t a big difference, but it’s not a difference that can be easily overturned either. Nevertheless, opinions are divided as to whether Arsenal will be able to hold on to this lead to the end.

The reason is experience.

Manchester City, managed by Pep Guardiola, have won four of the past five seasons. I used to have a fierce battle with Liverpool by 1-2 points that could not be compared to this season.

Arsenal, on the other hand, is a young team now complete under manager Mikel Arteta. There were few voices predicting Arsenal’s leading run this season. Because of this, it is the opinion of most experts that Man City will have an advantage if it eventually enters a state of super-tension at the end of the season.

Of course, I wonder what the Premier League legend manager Ferguson would think.

However, Man City is a local rival that is different from man utd. Arsenal is the fateful match for Ferguson’s stifling championship race in the 2000s.

Manchester United is third with 50 points from 26 matches. Of course, Manchester United also has a chance to win, but a third-place shooter is in a hurry. In fact, it is like watching a competition for championship among rivals.

One netizen said on social media, ‘It’s a really great question to ask Sir Ferguson whether he is Arsenal or Manchester City’.

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