Sir Alex Ferguson seems to be adhering to the chan’t “we’ll do what we want” by ignoring the latest charge levelled at him by the FA circus.
The Mail reports:
“Sir Alex Ferguson has displayed his growing contempt for the FA by refusing even to respond properly to their latest charge of improper conduct.
“The Manchester United manager was given until 4pm on Monday to tell the FA whether he wished to contest a charge levelled at him last Friday for comments about referee Howard Webb before the recent title decider against Chelsea.
“It is thought Ferguson is so incensed by it that United just sent a letter to the FA saying he would not be responding.
“His silence will be seen as an admission of guilt, with a fine or warning imposed rather than a ban.
“Ferguson became the first manager to be charged by the FA for comments made about a referee in the run-up to a Barclays Premier League game.”
Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti made similar comments about Webb before the title decider at Old Trafford but hasn’t been charged because he doesn’t manage Manchester United.