London, Apr. 9 (ANI): Sir Alex Ferguson has accused the Football Association (FA) of victimising Manchester United by banning him and striker Wayne Rooney, but warned that it would only make his club even stronger.
The United boss is serving a five-match touchline ban for claiming referee Martin Atkinson was not 'fair', with Rooney suspended for two games after swearing into a camera at West Ham.
Asked if he felt the FA had gone out of their way to make an example of United, the Daily Mail quoted Ferguson, as saying: "I don't even need to say that. I think there's an obvious trend at the moment. They have their own way of doing things, different from the clubs, and we're aware of that now. We can't do a thing, but we'll use it. We will be united about it. We're going to be hard to beat, that's for sure."
He added: "The support will be fantastic now - you watch it. It will be absolutely magnificent. And the players are just defying everything. They never give in." (ANI)
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