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Do I detect an air of acrimony?

Whilst we`re delighted to have Dimitar Berbatov on board, it would appear, from some comments printed in the red-top press, Dimitar still has trouble coming to terms with his departure from United.

His comments, would appear to indicate that he sees one man, an done man only, as being responsible for his departure, with that man being Sir Alex Ferguson, or as Dimitar puts it,

"I`m very disappointed in Ferguson."

"The success speaks for him and how good he is."

"But I don`t respect him any more because of the way he treated me."

"I`m proud of myself but I`m a little disappointed by Ferguson as a person."

"I don`t know if he thinks well for me now."

"And I was ready to sign a life long contract with United."


It should be interesting when we meet United home or away, some old scores to settle methinks.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 4 2012

Time: 4:49PM

Your Comments

I can understand Berbatov being a little perplexed. He was productive for United. That said, it's hard to second-guess Ferguson. He doesn't make many mistakes. I'm certainly glad to have Berbatov and I hope he produces for us, but I have to wonder about how 'happy' he is to be at our little club.
Teddy_KGB
I will be "happy" when he scores goals....simple
Leonestar
if he is king pin which I sure he will be with jol he will score goles
truth sayer ffc
As long as we have no playmakers, he'll create goals not score, I think.
artilleria pesada
Oops, of corse we got Ruiz who 's now gotta be waiting for his dembeleing. So, 4-4-1-1 anyone? Like, Schwarzer / Reither-H-H-Riise / Duff-Ruiz-Diarra-Kaca / Berbs / Petric
artilleria pesada
 

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