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When his team were hammered 5-1 in the Manchester derby at Maine Road in 1989, Alex Ferguson disappeared back to his house in Cheshire and hid under a pillow.
Losing to Manchester City, he said, made him feeling like a criminal when he walked in the street.
Lying down in a darkened room behind closed curtains that September day, it didn't get any worse than that for Ferguson.
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7 April 2018 in Sport, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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