In an outburst that said as much about Fergusonís disappointment at seeing Unitedís lead over Manchester City eroded to four points as it did about the danger posed to Van Persie, the Scot said Williams should be banned by the Football Association (FA) for his part in the incident, the Telegraph reports.
The flashpoint came in the 75th minute of an open and eventful game in which Michuís 13th league goal of the season cancelled out Patrice Evraís opener for the visitors, it added. Van Persie was brought down on the edge of the Swansea box by Nathan Dyer as United pressed for a winner, and as referee Michael Oliver whistled for the free-kick Williamsís lashed clearance hit the Dutchmanís head as he lay on the ground, it said. It drew a furious reaction from Van Persie, who lunged at Williams, grabbing his shirt before being dragged away by teammates and both players were booked, the paper added.
Ferguson claimed Van Persie was lucky to be alive or could have suffered a broke neck due to that deliberate kick, and branded it as disgraceful, demanding the FA to take serious action against the Wales international. Ferguson also said that it was the most dangerous thing on the pitch he had seen in his entire career