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Saha Is Back, Fergie Rotates

Oh, the unexpected delirium! Oh, the great surprises of nature! I once thought it's impossible but lo and behold, Louis Saha has completed a week's training without getting injured. He will be involved today against Arsenal.

'Louis has trained all week and should be involved,' Sir Alex Ferguson told the pre-match press conference.

"We have strong squad for Saturday, probably the strongest for a while.'

And he will use that squad. Safe in the knowledge that Arsenal's injury list and the upcoming Milan game ensures they will play nowhere near their strongest team, Fergie will also make changes.

"I don`t think either side will play the team that everyone expects,' he said. 'We`ll make a couple of changes.

'My view is that with massive games like Arsenal and then Lyon on Wednesday, you have to give a lot of consideration to how you balance out your teams. Hopefully I get it right."


Quotes from manutd.com




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