Ferguson vents frustration after Birmingham draw
Wayne Rooney, itself a marginal call, but the goal stood after it was established that Blues defender Scott Dann got the crucial touch. Ferguson told ESPN: I've not seen a softer sending-off for a long time. It's absolutely ridiculous, really. I've been watching Mark Clattenburg this season. He did the Arsenal-Tottenham game - you had to have someone hit with an axe before he'd book anyone in that game, and he sends a player off here. There were some wonderful and weird decisions out there. The linesman gives offside for our goal - it's an own goal, and he gives offside! Anyway, we carry on. The Reds had trailed to Cameron Jerome's opener late in a first half which Ferguson's men dominated, and the United boss continued: We played absolutely brilliantly in the first half and to lose a goal right on half-time was a sickener. Birmingham are in real good form, they work so hard and make it difficult for you so we've got to be satisfied with a point, particularly as we've ended with 10 men. What do you think? Have your say.