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Last Updated: Tuesday, 11 September 2007, 23:13 GMT 00:13 UK
Man United boss hurt in 'attack'
Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex was allegedly attacked at a London train station
Sir Alex Ferguson has suffered minor injuries after an alleged attack at a London railway station.

It is understood the Manchester United manager was on his way to a function when he was allegedly attacked by a man at Euston station on Monday afternoon.

A British Transport Police spokesman confirmed that 65-year-old Sir Alex suffered leg injuries.

A 40-year-old man has been charged with actual bodily harm, assault and a public order offence.

He is due to appear at at Westminster Magistrates' Court, central London, on Wednesday.

Sir Alex, who was born in Glasgow, is not believed to have been badly hurt and attended the planned function in the city.


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