Sir Alex Ferguson’s hairdryer treatment has reached X-Men proportions.
The FA are investigating after the Manchester United Wembley dressing room was trashed on Saturday night.
Following the FA Cup semi-final, which saw Paul Scholes dismissed for a violent challenge and United players in a bust-up at the final whistle with Manchester City players, Wembley officials found a wall had been vandalised in the away locker room.
And United could now find themselves facing a bill to repair the damage which was discovered by Wembley staff and brought to the attention of the FA on Saturday night.
It has been confirmed the hole was discovered after United vacated the dressing-room on Saturday in the aftermath of their 1-0 loss to City, which was marred by a fracas at the final whistle, with Mario Balotelli and Rio Ferdinand being held apart.
Sources claimed the hole, in a wall of the open-plan away dressing-room, was discovered in the “manager’s area”, but there has been no suggestion as to who was responsible for the damage.
Wembley maintenance staff were required to repair it before Stoke used the dressing-room for their FA Cup semi-final against Bolton the following day.
SOURCE: Daily Mirror
Did Sir Alex Ferguson’s anger get the better of him? Did Paul Scholes attempt another tackle? Or perhaps there is an innocent explanation as to how the hole got there, maybe it’s a portal to another dimension? Perhaps it takes people to a new world, a distant time in a different land back long long ago…when Owen Hargreaves was fit enough to kick a football.
But seriously, how comes this story only his the news now, days after the event? Are the FA looking for brand new ways to ban Man United players having only recently decided that swearing is enough of an offence to warrant a two match ban, forgetting that a minute does not go by during any football match on planet earth when someone doesn’t say “F**k”!