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Nani Confident Ahead Of Big Game

Nani Confident Ahead Of Big Game

Nani might not have set Old Trafford on fire this season but turned in good performances. He's expected to start in today's FA Cup fifth round tie against Arsenal, a game that he believes United can win.

'We know Arsenal are very strong but everything can change and we are capable of changing it and reversing the situation in the league,' the Portuguese told the Sun.

'Adebayor has been an excellent player for them and scored many goals. But we also have many great players and we just have to keep our confidence and we can win the league.'

'I think our team has better wingers and better forward players. In midfield as well, we have so many more options. Our defence is very settled and we know we can rely on them.

'We have two big games coming up at home against Arsenal in the FA Cup this weekend and later in the season in the league. And I don`t want anything else but victory in them both."


I agree with him on all counts but let's hope our defence will never mess up so badly again as they did on Sunday and that our forward players will return from their apparent two-match absence...

Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday February 16 2008
Time: 9:57AM

Comments

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He's about the 15th scummer with a squeaky asshole this week. Have any of them been training this week? They've all seemed to spend their time talking crap to the press. Running scared, the lot of them
bseymour
16/02/2008 14:31:00
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thats right, because its not like arsenal players sink that low is it - http://therepublikofmancunia.com/gallas-united-are-arrogant-and-complacent/
united4life
16/02/2008 15:45:00
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no wounder nani is confident, he jus ran ARSEnal all over manchester!!
fenton_01
16/02/2008 19:45:00
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well done a very deserverd result,i was surprised when i saw our line up,i thought that we would lose 2-0,but with absoultely no fight from our boys and both eyes on the midweek game,it was all too one sided.
fran merida
16/02/2008 19:57:00
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yu deserved it, well done, fairplay to yu, i am suprised and shocked with this result, didn't really expect this. now yu have only chelsea in your way and this competition is yours, as we won't give up the league title up now after today..
luckys_10
16/02/2008 20:23:00
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we rammed a week of taunts right down all your mouths
rooneyisgod
16/02/2008 21:59:00
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