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Liverpool old boy says Clattenburg comments about Sir Alex are and#8216;disturbingand#8217;

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Dietmar Hamann believes recent comments from former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg are “pretty disturbing”.

Clattenburg, who left the Premier League referees rota in February 2017, was responding to the recent comments from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.



“There used to be when Fergie was there, but that has eased massively since he left.” Pretty disturbing to hear that from someone who refereed during Ferguson’s reign, admitting there used to be bias towards Man United https://t.co/wmZWCxk7RT “Pretty disturbing to hear that from someone who refereed during Ferguson’s reign, admitting there used to be bias towards Man United,” he tweeted.



It appears that Jurgen Klopp has taken that on board and has been working on a replacement.



Hamann though picked out another comment from Clattenburg which rang alarm bells for the former Reds midfielder.

Clattenburg seemed to admit that referees used to favour United when Ferguson was in charge at the club, stating: “He [Klopp] is wrong to suggest there is an aura around United that sees them given favourable decisions.

In fact  Todofijaches, via the Daily Mirror, claimed Wijnaldum had rejected their latest proposal.
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