Monday, September 18, 2006
Fergie shrugs off home boos over Rooney change
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson shrugged off the boos from home fans after he substituted Wayne Rooney in the second-half of yesterday's 1-0 defeat by Arsenal.

Alex Ferguson said: "The fans don't want to see their heroes coming off, but two games in four days after being out for a while takes its toll.

"We can't deny Arsenal deserve to win. We had some opportunities but not enough to win.

"It's a disappointing result but I don't think it was a bad performance - but we can play better."

Fergie also backed Cristiano Ronaldo for losing possession that lead to Adebayor's goal.

The Scot said: "Ronaldo lost possession because he will always try to beat men. That's the kind of player he is and the kind of player we want here.

"He's a great player and these things happen - it could have been any other player. This was Arsenal's first win after four games and our first defeat after five. It's a difficult league.

"Chelsea have lost one game and Liverpool two which shows the nature of the league now.

"It's not going to be easy. We watched Chelsea v Liverpool and Liverpool should have won it."
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