Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Not wanting to be interviewed by the BBC, Ferguson will be fined

Ferguson fined, sir alex ferguson fined, ferguson wallpaper, ferguson image, ferguson photoFerguson did not need to drain their accounts to pay fines to the Premier League's. Therefore, a fine because he did not want to be interviewed will be paid directly the BBC's 'Red Devil'.

Premier League's new rule stating all coaches must be willing to be interviewed the BBC after the game. If not, they will be sentenced to fines. A fine scale that would increase if the violation was done repeatedly.

The first penalty imposed 1000 pounds. Each time, fines were doubled if the violation recurred. If a coach refused to talk to the BBC for a full season, the fine can reach £ 60000.

Fergie never spoke with the BBC since 2004. That as a form of protest over the disclosure of documents about her son, Jason Ferguson, who works as a player agent.

Late last week, Ferguson had predicted it would end the boycott. But, after he was arrested Fulham 2-2, which appear to meet the BBC was his assistant, Mike Phelan.

"I guess she would not talk to us anymore. Alex is a person who holds the words, a strong man principles, "said emcee Match of the Day on the BBC, Alan Shearer.

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