Sir Alex Ferguson blasts cosmic principle of Karma

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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has hit out at the theosophy of karma after some controversial refereeing decisions saw his team suffer a 2-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge last night.

Ferguson, who was without Mark Clattenburg or his inspirational talisman Howard Webb for the crucial match, was unhappy with the way karma intervened in his team’s narrow defeat.

He told reporters from all agencies except the BBC, “The cosmic principle of each person being rewarded or punished according to that person’s previous deeds has absolutely no place in the game.”

A number of decisions which looked very much like the sort of decisions that would normally have gone the league leaders way left Ferguson fuming, and his outburst could see him face further inevitable consequences based on the principle of retributive justice.


It looked good for United when Wayne Rooney, who should have been sat in the stands serving a three match ban for violent conduct, fired them in front on 29 Minutes.

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However a controversial penalty decision and David Luiz escaping a second yellow card for a trip on Wayne Rooney, who should have been sat in the stands serving a three ban for violent conduct, turned the game in Chelsea’s favour.

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