FROZEN OUT; SPURS 1 MAN U 1 SIR ALEX FROZEN OUT Fergie Blast at Linesman SIR ALEX FROZEN OUT
Byline: DARREN LEWIS
SIR ALEX FERGUSON is facing an FA charge for blasting a linesman.
Clint Dempsey struck in the second minute of injury time to cancel out Robin van Persie's 25th-minute opener and earn Spurs a point yesterday.
But Ferguson was fuming that official Simon Beck did not flag for a second-half penalty when Wayne Rooney was fouled by Steven Caulker.
The Manchester United boss claimed: "The stand-side linesman didn't give us a thing TURN TO PAGE 55
FROM BACK PAGE all day. For me it was a poor performance by him.
"Why he never saw the penalty with Wayne Rooney, some other decisions . . we remember him well from his time at the Chelsea game when Drogba was three yards offside and he gave onside.
"He had a shocking game. I'm disappointed in his performance."
Ferguson also alleged Beck had previous for ruling against United when it came to borderline decisions.
Beck allowed Didier Drogba's goal to stand when the Chelsea striker scored in a 2-1 win at Old Trafford in 2010. …