Fergie To Be In Dugout Against Everton

Man United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has recently been handed a two-game touchline ban but he will be allowed to be in the dugout this Saturday. The Football Association (FA) has said that the ban does not start until 14 days after the disciplinary hearing, which was last week.

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This means that Sir Alex will not be in the dugout for a Premier League game against Portsmouth and the Carling Cup tie against Tottenham Hotspur.

Sir Alex was handed the ban because of what he said about referee Alan Wiley after the 2-2 draw with Sunderland. Sir Alex did say: "The pace of the game demanded a referee who was fit. He was not fit."

Since then he has apologised and will now serve the ban.

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