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WHAT THE BACK PAGES SAY: Saturday, March 20

20 Mar 2010 09:23:50

WHAT THE BACK PAGES SAY: Saturday, March 20

DAILY MAIL 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.  Sir Alex Ferguson slams FA for failing to ban Liverpool's Steven Gerrard 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. Blockbuster: Wenger says Arsenal v Barcelona can be the best game for 10 years Crazy: Sir Alex Ferguson was unhappy the FA let Steven Gerrard off the hook THE SUN Sir Alex Ferguson faces the FA's wrath after blasting: You don't know what you're doing. Also: Imperial Commander stole the show as he stormed to Gold Cup glory.DAILY EXPRESS Sir Alex Ferguson last night taunted Liverpool by claiming second best is all they can hope for. Also: Lewis Moody has taken over as emergency England captain aiming to thwart a French Grand Slam at the Stade de France tonight. DAILY MIRROR Sir Alex Ferguson has accused the FA of being "dysfunctional" and biased against Manchester United. New man: Nani says he has changed for the better DAILY STAR Sir Alex Ferguson last night blasted the FA's disciplinary unit for letting Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard off the hook. DAILY TELEGRAPH Manchester United winger Nani claims he has resurrected his career at Old Trafford by losing his selfish streak and "learning to be a man". THE GUARDIAN 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. THE INDEPENDENT As the new champion approached the winning post, Paddy Brennan turned to the stands and put a silencing finger to his lips. THE TIMES 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.


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