Premier League: Ferguson on 'interesting' Chelsea formation
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is concerned that Chelsea's "interesting" formation could cause his side problems in Sunday's Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge.
The Scot praises new signings Oscar and Eden Hazard plus the form of Juan Mata as United prepare for the league leaders.
Ferguson credits the "professional, dedicated" Javier Hernandez after the Mexican's two goals helped rescue the Red Devils in Tuesday's Champions League win against Braga.
The 12-time Premier League winning manager feels defender Rio Ferdinand has done the "right thing" by issuing a statement with his brother Anton, stating that it is "without question" that the FA, Uefa and Fifa need to do more to tackle racism.
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