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Ferguson anger at defeat

Alex Ferguson was dismayed after his Man Utd team lost 2-1 to Liverpool in the FA Cup.

United lost to a late Dirk Kuyt goal which Ferguson felt may have been offside.

"I haven't seen a replay yet but you don't always get decisions here anyway," the United manager said. "We never got anything from the referee. I felt we dominated the game and at least deserved a replay, though I was still trying to win it at the end – that's why I put Javier Hernández on. We played well, hit a post – it's hard to believe we lost when we were so comfortable."


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AL O, United Kingdom
ITS ABOUT SCORING DUMBO (FERGY) HERNANDES WAS CRAP A1 SEASON WONDER YOU WERE BEAT BY GOALS SCORD DOES THAT SPELL IT OUT FOR YOU SCUMBAG

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