FA anger Ferguson
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has spoken of his frustration with the FA for revealing Ashley Young's injury problems.
The Scot has been left angered by the FA's decision to release information concerning his winger's fitness after he was left out of Roy Hodgson's England squad. The former Watford and Aston Villa man has been nursing a knee problem since the start of the new season and will miss England's 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine. England's footballing body were responding to questions posed by the media regarding Young's omission from the squad and feel that they have done no wrong. However Ferguson has been left disgruntled by their decision to offer an update on his player, who believes that information like this should be kept quiet. "It was nice of the FA to let everyone know that Ashley Young is injured," he said. "There is no point giving them any information now." "He's out, he got a knee injury last week, although it's not serious. Obviously he will be ready for a couple of weeks' time." "We have a game on Sunday. Why should they alert our opponents who's fit? It won't happen again."