Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and his assistant Mike Phelan wereinterviewed after the matches with Wigan and Chelsea:
Q: What do you think of Rooney's elbow on Wigan midfielder James McCarthy?
SAF: I don't know how he stayed on the pitch. Nothing done, the referee's in front of it. It was incredible.
Q: The match was refereed by Mark Clattenburg, what do you make of his performance?
SAF: When I saw who the referee was I did fear it. I feared the worst. You want a fair referee - or a strong referee, anyway - and we didn't get that. These are decisions that change the game. And he's going to be refereeing every week.
Q: But Luiz's foul on Rooney also escaped punishment, what is your opinion on it?
SAF: There's nothing in it. As it is Wayne, the press will raise a campaign to get him hung or electrocuted, something like that.
MP: We can't dispute the referee's decision. He's kept the game flowing and we're happy with that. There should not be a witch-hunt. The referee was consistent with all his decisions. We should lie low a little bit and let the powers that be take [control of] the game.
Seriously, could you shut up now Ferguson? If you are so furious about referee decisions then perhaps you could support video reviews?