WHAT THE BACK PAGES SAY: Saturday, March 20

20 March 2010 09:23
DAILY MAIL[LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson last night labelled the FA "dysfunctional" and"crazy" for their failure to ban Steven Gerrard ahead of tomorrow'scrunch Barclays Premier League clash with Liverpool at Old Trafford. [LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson slams FA for failing to ban Liverpool's Steven Gerrard[LNB]Also: Arsene Wenger wants anexhibition of total football in the mouthwatering Champions Leaguequarter-final tie with Barcelona that he hopes will go down as one ofthe matches of the decade.[LNB]Blockbuster: Wenger says Arsenal v Barcelona can be the best game for 10 years[LNB] Crazy: Sir Alex Ferguson was unhappy the FA let Steven Gerrard off the hook[LNB]THE SUN [LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson faces the FA's wrath after blasting: You don't know what you're doing. [LNB]Also: Imperial Commander stole the show as he stormed to Gold Cup glory.DAILY EXPRESS[LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson last night taunted Liverpool by claiming second best is all they can hope for. [LNB]Also: Lewis Moody has taken over as emergency England captain aiming to thwart a French Grand Slam at the Stade de France tonight.[LNB]DAILY MIRROR[LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson has accused the FA of being "dysfunctional" and biased against Manchester United.[LNB]New man: Nani says he has changed for the better[LNB]DAILY STAR[LNB]Sir Alex Ferguson last night blasted the FA's disciplinary unit for letting Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard off the hook. [LNB]DAILY TELEGRAPH[LNB]Manchester United winger Nani claims he has resurrected his career at Old Trafford by losing his selfish streak and "learning to be a man".[LNB]THE GUARDIAN[LNB]The miracle of this Gold Cup was that two great champions were dethroned and yet it still felt like a day of wonder for National Hunt racing.[LNB]THE INDEPENDENT[LNB]As the new champion approached the winning post, Paddy Brennan turned to the stands and put a silencing finger to his lips.[LNB]THE TIMES[LNB]Manchester United were given a relatively clear route to their third successive Champions League final in yesterday's draw for the quarter-finals and last four - but Arsenal will have to get there the hard way.[LNB] [LNB]  

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