Ferguson and United face UEFA rap after Real silence
European football's governing body UEFA said Wednesday that their disciplinary commission would look into the incidents at a meeting on March 21.
Ferguson is in trouble for not attending the mandatory press conference after his side's 2-1 loss to Real at Old Trafford, a game which turned on the second-half dismissal of Nani.
Assistant manager Mike Phelan faced the press instead while United players passed through the mixed zone refusing to talk to reporters.
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