Ferguson attacked at train station

Updated: 13 September 2007 06:34 IST

A man has been charged with assault after an alleged attack on Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson at a train station.

London:

A man has been charged with assault after an alleged attack on Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson at a train station.

According to British Transport Police, Ferguson received injuries to his leg after an incident at Euston Station in London on Monday afternoon after he had traveled from Manchester.

BTP issued a statement confirming the alleged attack and said the Red Devils manager was not badly hurt and was able to continue to the function he was on the due to attend.

The police said that a 40-year-old man had been charged with assault. In line with its usual policy, it did not identify the man.

Ferguson was in London to attend an annual charity day to raise money for those who lost their lives in the World Trade Center attack in New York September 11, 2001.

Topics : Football
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