Monday, March 1, 2010

Sir Alex Ferguson Could Face Fine For BBC Boycott

Sanctions For Continued Snub

Alex Ferguson

Manchester United manager, Alex Ferguson, is facing sanctions if he continues to boycott the BBC, for doing a terrible piece on his son, who was later cleared of wrongdoing. I don't know why certain people at the BBC like to get so personal and defamatory with others, spooling in their family members into abuses of the Queen's airwaves.

Exactly who's running the BBC that they have fallen afoul of so many people. It is supposed to be a government trust, paid for by Britons' tax dollars, yet certain social and political activists seek employment there to incite trouble and their own agenda, that sometimes breaks the law.


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LONDON — Manchester United will be punished by the English Premier League if manager Alex Ferguson keeps boycotting the British Broadcasting Corporation in the upcoming season.

Ferguson — the most successful manager in British soccer history — has refused to speak to the BBC for six years since an investigation was aired questioning the business dealings of his son Jason, who was then working as a soccer agent. He was not found guilty of wrongdoing.

The Premier League is introducing the new rule, which will take effect at the start of the season in August. It will force the 68-year-old Ferguson to speak to the BBC, which pays to show highlights of matches on its popular evening Match of the Day program, and BBC Radio Five Live, which airs live commentaries...