Football Fever Podcast: Sir Alex is the Tony Soprano of football

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is likened to a famous TV character by the Football Fever Podcast team after his berating of a match official during the weekend
With his ongoing intimidation of match officials, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is acting like fictitious mobster Tony Soprano from the popular American TV series, according to the Football Fever Podcast team. Sir Alex’s tirade against assistant referee Simon Beck at White Hart Lane last weekend was a smokescreen to deflect attention from the Red Devils’ disappointing second half performance that culminated in Tottenham’s last-minute equaliser.

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