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Manchester United Manager Back on Warpath

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Sir Alex Ferguson was left complaining about a referee once again yesterday after Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Manchester United at Anfield.

A typically competitive and controversial encounter was settled by second-half goals from Fernando Torres and David Ngog that halted a run of four consecutive defeats for Rafael Benítez’s side and kept their Barclays Premier League title hopes alive.

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