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Uploaded on Aug 26, 2011
Sir Alex Ferguson has accused the Football Association of treating Manchester United unfairly.
The United manager, hit with a five-match touchline ban last season, made the claims while talking about having up to eight players on England duty.
Ferguson, 69, said: "The FA may realise who has produced more players for their country than any club in the world.
"Maybe they will realise how important we are to England instead of treating us like s***."
In March, Ferguson was given a five-match touchline ban and £30,000 fine by the FA for criticising referee Martin Atkinson. He initially received a three-game ban for the remarks and saw a two-game suspended ban he had previously earned for saying referee Alan Wiley was not "fit enough" to keep up with play activated.