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Len Capeling: LEE SHARPE.

Byline: Len Capeling

LEE SHARPE always put the bright lights before his fooball career. Or so it seemed, So who does he blame for his rapid decline? Himself? His way of life? His lack of professionalism?

No, he accuses everyone else of letting him down.

Mostly Sir Alex Ferguson, but he has a pop at his Manchester United team-mates, principally Gary Neville and Phil Neville - now of Everton - whom he characterises as being more excited by Fred Titmus than Abi Titmuss.

Yet they're still winners while Sharpe is just self-pitying
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 17, 2005
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