Man City v QPR & Sunderland v Man United - Mancini on title decider | EPL
Sir Alex Ferguson eyes 'stupid' Manchester City result Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson says he is hoping "something stupid" happens to Manchester City to gift his team the Premier League title. City host QPR on Sunday needing to match or better United's result against Sunderland to win the Premier League. "We can only do our best and try to win the match and hope something stupid happens with City," said Ferguson. "It's fantastic for the neutral, fantastic for the media, but agony for both clubs." Ferguson also criticised the manner of how current QPR manager Mark Hughes left Manchester City halfway through the 2009-10 season. Hughes played for United under Ferguson, who said: "The way he [Hughes] was sacked was terrible. That was the general opinion by everyone. I think his wife knew before him. "At the time it was a shock but I don't think that will matter to Mark that much. If you analyse Mark Hughes as a player and manager, all his teams seem to mirror him. "He was a warrior as a player and I wish he was playing. If his team can mirror him then you never know. "It will give him some satisfaction to get a result but I think he's more professional than that. His main aim will be to try and keep QPR in the division." Ferguson urged Hughes' QPR to emulate his Aberdeen side, who upset Real Madrid to win the 1983 European Cup Winners' Cup. "Do you know what happened 29 years ago today?," he asked journalists. "I took a wee team, Aberdeen, to beat Real Madrid in a <b>...</b>
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