Mancherster lose, blame the referee

Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson, blamed the referee for his team's defeat. This time, Fergie even said the referee's decision has made himself and the players 'lost confidence' in the field trial.

In the match between Chelsea and Manchester at Stamford Bridge, referee Martin Atkinson endorsed John Terry goal of making the host the Blues won 1-0. Atkinson award a free kick, shortly after Darren Fletcher Ashley Cole tackle. "Obviously, Darren Fletcher won the ball, Ashley Cole was never getting the ball, he just jumped in the air, and (Didier) Drogba pushed (Wes) Brown to fall and the goal was created," tanads Ferguson told Sky Sports.

According to Fergie, Atkinson's position would not allow the referee to make decisions-mentioned Fergie as a ridiculous decision. "He could not see anything. One player Chelsea (Joe Cole) was standing right in front of him, the referee could not even move," said Fergie who felt cheated the referee.

"It was a bad decision, but there's nothing we can do. You sometimes lose faith in the referee, that's what the players," he added.

Of course, Ferguson blamed referee Atkinson in his team's defeat this time, which makes the MU left from Chelsea by five points. "Goals should not be legalized. We dominated the game. We also have many good opportunities that can win the game," says Fergie


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