19 November 2009

Fergie allowed to be in the dugout for the United-Everton game this Saturday at Old Trafford



He will surely be cautious on Saturday!

Sir Alex Ferguson will be in the Old Trafford dugout on Saturday when his Manchester United side host Everton in the Premier League, as his two-game touchline ban will not start until 14 days after the disciplinary hearing which handed him the suspension.

That hearing took place last week, and, as such, the Scotsman is free to take up his usual position on the sidelines.

He will be in the stands for the game against Portsmouth on November 28 and the League Cup tie with Tottenham Hotspur, according to
BBC Sport.

Ferguson was handed a four-match ban (two of which were suspended until the end of the 2010-11 season) and a £20,000 fine for remarks he made in the wake of Sunderland's 2-2 draw at United last month.

The Red Devils manager publicly questioned the physical fitness of referee Alan Wiley after the game, comments which were deemed to be inappropriate and offensive by the game's authorities.
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