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Fergie denies exit talk (AUDIO)

Everything seems a little rosier for Man Utd this week. They've cut Arsenal's lead at the top of the league to just a single point whilst progressing through to the Champions League Quarter-Finals.

Well they're at that stage in the FA Cup this season already, with the only all-Premier League tie out of the four matches when they host Portsmouth at Old Trafford.

However, certain stories in the media emerged earlier saying Sir Alex Ferguson has decided to retire in 2011. The United boss says he'll carry on as long as he feels fit and healthy and also discusses the fitness of Ben Foster after his return from a long term injury picked up in the summer.

Audio Length: 3 Min 10 Sec

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Date:Friday March 7 2008

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