Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson will continue to blank the BBC in post match interviews.
The Daily Express says United have confirmed Ferguson will refuse to be interviewed by the Match of the Day cameras at Fulham tomorrow, despite new rules brought in this season that stipulate managers have to speak to broadcasters who have paid for TV rights.
There is a sliding scale of punishments on clubs rather than managers, with United likely to receive a warning in the first instance and fines if Ferguson continues his BBC boycott.
He has not spoken to the corporation since a Panorama documentary in 2004 inferred his son Jason, then a football agent, used his father's influence and position to help him secure deals. In 2007 Ferguson confirmed he would never speak to the BBC again, describing them as "arrogant beyond belief".
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