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L’attuale campionato di Premier League inglese si sta rilevando uno dei più avvincenti degli ultimi anni. A guidare la graduatoria è l’ Arsenal con due lunghezze di vantaggio su Chelsea e Liverpool e tre sul Tottenham, rimasto competitivo nonostante la partenza di Bale per Madrid. Più distanziate le squadre di Manchester con lo United addirittura a meno otto dalla capolista. Tuttavia l’ ex manager dei “Red Devils” Ferguson ritiene che i “diavoli rossi” abbiano il potenziale necessario per tornare a competere con le prime nel giro di breve tempo. In occasione della gara di Champions League contro i Celtic i tifosi dell’ Ajax hanno attaccato, devastandolo, un Celtic pub ed attaccato altri tifosi biancoverdi nel centro città. Allo stadio, poi, i fans olandesi hanno lanciato seggiolini contro poliziotti, stewards e fans rivali. Si temono nuovi disordini in occasione della imminente sfida di ritorno che si disputerà ad Amsterdam.
Sir Alex Ferguson: Manchester United can recover to win league
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says the team can overturn a poor start to win the Premier League, despite being eight points adrift of leaders Arsenal.
Two wins in the last three games means that David Moyes’s side have recovered from United’s worst start in 24 years.
“We had bad starts to the season many times,” 71-year-old Ferguson said.
“We are the only club in that league that can come from behind to win the league because of our history.”
Ferguson, who remains a club director, retired from the manager’s position at the end of last season after winning 38 trophies in a 27-year reign.
And Moyes has struggled to win over some fans after a stuttering start to his United career.
But speaking at the first in a series of Q&A sessions following the release of his second autobiography, Ferguson underlined the unique pressures that came with the job.
He also defended his reasons for publishing the book in which he criticised former players such as Roy Keane and David Beckham, adding that it was “astonishing” that he only had “six issues with players” during his time at Old Trafford.
“I wrote the book for the fans, to help them understand why I had to make certain decisions,” he said at a sold-out Lowry Theatre in Salford.
“[It was] not for the press, that was a book to help people understand how difficult the job is at Manchester United. It’s a massive job, it’s the biggest in the world.”
In ‘Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography’, which was released on Thursday, Ferguson stressed that many of his decisions were made in order to maintain control at the club.
And he re-emphasised that in front of a 1,700-strong audience, which included Moyes, fellow club director Sir Bobby Charlton and United legend Denis Law.
“In 27 years at the club, I probably only had six issues with players,” he said. “That’s astonishing.
“Of course you have to make decisions for the benefit of the club, and you become unpopular with the players as you have seen from the reaction this week.
“But that’s part of my job to protect the standards of the club, the discipline of the club and make sure the players respect you as manager. I’m the manager and no-one else.”
(BBC Football )
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UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Ajax after fans run riot during loss to Celtic
By Graeme Yorke
UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Ajax after the Dutch club’s supporters were involved in clashes during their Champions League match at Celtic Park.
Fans were seen clashing with stewards in the moments following Celtic’s first goal in a match the Scottish champions won 2-1.
There were also reports claiming travelling supporters had ripped up seats and thrown them at fans sitting in the home sections.
VIDEOAJAX’S FANS FIGHT CELTIC’S AFTER THE MATCH
Intimidating: Ajax’s fans weren’t happy about going a goal behind
While Police Scotland confirmed no Dutch fans were arrested during the game, UEFA has now decided to take action and a hearing will take place next month.
A spokesman said: ‘Disciplinary proceedings have been opened against AFC Ajax for crowd disturbances and throwing of objects (article 16 of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations) at last night’s UEFA Champions League match in Glasgow against Celtic FC.
‘The case will be dealt with by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body on 21 November.’
Rivalry: The visiting fans were a vociferous bunch
Celtic fans took to Twitter after the game to express their disgust at the actions of the Ajax supporters.
Supporter Colm O’Muiri posted: ‘Shame that they have to charge the club and cannot charge the fans aswell for throwing chairs £Ajax £Celtic.’
Former Celtic winger Bobby Petta, who scored against his compatriots when the Hoops took on Ajax back in 2001, also went online to say: “Just got told ajax fans were attacking some celtic fans after the match !!! scandalous!!!!”
Lingering threat: The potential for violence remained after the game
Disapproval: Celtic favourite Bobby Petta (right) slammed the Ajax fans’ behaviour
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