London, Dec.26 : Manchester United coach Alex Fergusson has banned his players from partying - even if they win a 10th Premier League title.
Manchester United coach Alex Fergusson has banned his players from partying - even if they win a 10th Premier League title.
According to The Sun, Ferguson is still fuming over the lurid tales that emerged from last week's Christmas do.
He called his squad together and told them there would be no more parties full stop.
He is reportedly even considered dishing out over a million in fines by docking a week's wages from all those involved.
A title victory in May will be greeted with the normal on-pitch celebrations with champagne among family and friends. But there will be no end-of-season knees-up in Manchester, which the players normally enjoy at their favourite city-centre haunts after a title triumph.
The boss will also be keeping an extra close eye on all socialising done by the players. If any of them step out of line again, he will hit them hard, the tabloid said.
The club's name has been dragged through the mud since the events of December 17.
Full-back Jonny Evans faces an allegation of rape after the players' 15-hour booze binge ended in the City's Great John Street Hotel. (ANI)
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