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Fergie fury after Van Persie clash

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Fergie fury after Van Persie clash (©GettyImages)
Fergie fury after Van Persie clash (©GettyImages).

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said Robin van Persie "could have been killed" after accusing Swansea captain Ashley Williams of deliberately kicking a ball at the striker's head from close range in Sunday's Barclays Premier League game at the Liberty Stadium.

With Van Persie falling to the ground after he was fouled on the edge of the area, Williams cleared the ball into the back of the Dutchman's head from close range. Van Persie reacted angrily and squared up to Williams with referee Michael Oliver electing to book both players.

"The Van Persie situation you can clearly see that he could have been killed," Ferguson said on Sky Sports News. "The FA has got to look into it regardless that he has been given a yellow card. He should be banned for a long time because that was the most dangerous thing I've seen on a football field for many years."

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