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Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:33 pm  
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Ferguson himself was relaxed enough to be wry about his difficulties with ­Mourinho's teams. "I don't like to think about one victory in 12," he said. "If the others were all defeats I would worry." There have been five draws in the encounters. On the basis of current reputation, the visitors should at least add to that little mound of deadlocked matches today so long as injuries do not undermine them.

Mourinho 6 wins. 5 Draws. Ferguson 1 win. One of those draws is also weighted in Mourinho's favour because it was the second leg of a CL tie, which Porto won.

Mourinho has beaten the **** out of Ferguson. Hopefully it will continue in their next two matches. But even then it's only going to be because the poor babies have got too many injuries. :lol:
Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:38 pm  

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Ferguson himself was relaxed enough to be wry about his difficulties with ­Mourinho's teams. "I don't like to think about one victory in 12," he said. "If the others were all defeats I would worry." There have been five draws in the encounters. On the basis of current reputation, the visitors should at least add to that little mound of deadlocked matches today so long as injuries do not undermine them.

Mourinho 6 wins. 5 Draws. Ferguson 1 win. One of those draws is also weighted in Mourinho's favour because it was the second leg of a CL tie, which Porto won.

Mourinho has beaten the **** out of Ferguson. Hopefully it will continue in their next two matches. But even then it's only going to be because the poor babies have got too many injuries. :lol:


Okay it seems mate, put your dick away as well.
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Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:40 pm  
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Okay it seems mate, put your dick away as well.


You're free to do what you want. And you're not mine. If you want to be put away, do it yourself.
Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:40 pm  

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Okay it seems mate, put your dick away as well.


He will never learn.
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Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:40 pm  
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Chris Dalton wrote:
He will never learn.


Learn what?
Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:42 pm  

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Lord God Jose Mourinho wrote:
Ferguson himself was relaxed enough to be wry about his difficulties with ­Mourinho's teams. "I don't like to think about one victory in 12," he said. "If the others were all defeats I would worry." There have been five draws in the encounters. On the basis of current reputation, the visitors should at least add to that little mound of deadlocked matches today so long as injuries do not undermine them.

Mourinho 6 wins. 5 Draws. Ferguson 1 win. One of those draws is also weighted in Mourinho's favour because it was the second leg of a CL tie, which Porto won.

Mourinho has beaten the **** out of Ferguson. Hopefully it will continue in their next two matches. But even then it's only going to be because the poor babies have got too many injuries. :lol:



Amazing that considering what they both achieved during Mourinhos time in england. And I count last season in this even though Jose didn't manage to see it out until the end

Mourinho
FA Premier League: 2004-05, 2005-06
FA Cup: 2007
FA Community Shield: 2005
League Cup: 2005, 2007

Ferguson
FA Premier League: 2006–07, 2007–08
FA Community Shield: 2007, 2008
League Cup: 2005–06
UEFA Champions League: 2007–08

Not bad for someone who's had the **** beaten out of them. I mean he even kept his job :lol:
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Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:43 pm  

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MrPhilb wrote:
Amazing that considering what they both achieved during Mourinhos time in england. And I count last season in this even though Jose didn't manage to see it out until the end

Mourinho
FA Premier League: 2004-05, 2005-06
FA Cup: 2007
FA Community Shield: 2005
League Cup: 2005, 2007

Ferguson
FA Premier League: 2006–07, 2007–08
FA Community Shield: 2007, 2008
League Cup: 2005–06
UEFA Champions League: 2007–08

Not bad for someone who's had the **** beaten out of them. I mean he even kept his job :lol:


Owned.. :lol:
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Tue Feb 24, 2009 6:50 pm  
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Owned.. :lol:


You are talking about Mourinho owning Ferguson, right? I mean, 5-1 is a pretty convincing victory.
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