Manchester United's Sir Alex Ferguson attacks Fulham and 'disgraceful' facilities

22 January 2011 10:51
Sir Alex Ferguson has hit out at the 'disgraceful' facilities Manchester United have had to cope with this season and urged the Premier League to order stricter regulations at all 20 clubs.

United go to the league's smallest club Blackpool on Tuesday night for a match postponed because the home side do not have undersoil heating.

Three times there has been no hot water for players after games at the ground - but Ferguson sees no reason his superstars should have to contend with below-par facilities.

Not to his liking: Fergie hit out at the facilities at Fulham's ground, Craven Cottage

He said: 'Fulham's dressing rooms when we played there this season were an absolute disgrace. It really was ridiculous. The room you got was no more than eight square yards.

'I think there should be standards; they are in the Premier Division. No matter what the Blackpool dressing room is like, it will not be as bad as Fulham's.'

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