Fergie piling pressure on referee Webb
London, May 7 (ANI): Manchester United coach Alex Ferguson is piling the pressure on referee Howard Webb ahead of tomorrow's title decider against Chelsea.
According to The Sun, Ferguson has claimed that a series of key decisions have gone against his team in recent meetings with Chelsea.
When asked if he was worried a major call could sink his side again, Fergie said: "That's definitely our big fear, to be honest. Howard Webb is definitely the best referee in the country. There's no doubt about that."
He added: "We just hope it's our turn for a little bit of luck."
Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti, whose side will replace United as leaders if they win tomorrow, refused to fall for Fergie's mind games.
The Italian declared: "You need two people to have a war and I am a pacifist. I have absolute trust in referees in England." (ANI)
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