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Byline: Ash Wednesday
SIR Alex Ferguson's obsession with Liverpool can be traced back to a television interview given by Manchester United's manager after a fiery 3-3 draw at Anfield way back on April 4, 1988.
Ferguson claimed managers 'have to leave here choking on their own vomit, biting their tongue, afraid to tell the truth' after United had ended up on the wrong side of a series of controversial incidents.
At the time Liverpool still had the upper hand on their great rivals, brilliantly illustrated when the camera immediately panned to Kenny Dalglish, who was holding his new-born child and announced that people 'would get more sense out of my sixweek …