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Cheers Bruce-y!

Cheers Bruce-y!

United legend Steve Bruce has handed the advantage back in United's favour with a battling display which left the Gooners frustrated.

In truth, Arsenal could (should) have been in front within 43 seconds when Adebayor had a great chance but the tall Togolese striker continued his goal-drought in the Premier League.

Arsenal were lacklustre in attack and though the pitch was not its best (alot coming from a Utd fan!) they should have won this match and it is most certainly 2 points dropped, though im sure Wenger will see it differently.

They are know just 2 points ahead of us having played a game more and with a game away at Derby next weekend we could conceivably go to the top of the table. However, we here at Vital United do not tend to count our chickens before they have hatched so we will refrain from making any blase' statements at the present moment.

So, after the dissapointment of the FA Cup, the weekend has ended on a lighter note and we look foreward to the flock of gooners that will inevitably be posting below.

Welcome...

Writer:United4Life
Date:Sunday March 9 2008
Time: 8:17PM

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You've both gotta come to Chelsea - we could have a say in this yet :-)
merlin
09/03/2008 20:36:00
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And much as I hate to say it - Liverpool have to play you both too... There could be points dropped there.
The_Legend_Of_Zola
09/03/2008 20:56:00
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Did you see the plough field of a pitch?!
storagematt
09/03/2008 21:40:00
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Rugby clearly had its effects on it. However, they were so proud of finally having a Plan B when they won at Everton so I don't think the state of the pitch can be an excuse. After all, they had two towers up front...
midlothian99
09/03/2008 21:54:00
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first win your games. we've seen it many times this season how yu ***** it up in the league. Derby, Bolton and Liverpool. so lets wait and see if yu can take 9 points from those three before yu put any serious pressure on us..
luckys_10
10/03/2008 16:12:00
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Their pitch is always pretty bad - we saw what happened when they spent money to try and keep it in good condition - they ended up with a grass-less strip right up the field...
The_Legend_Of_Zola
10/03/2008 17:37:00
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luckys read the feckin article "we here at Vital United do not tend to count our chickens before they have hatched so we will refrain from making any blase' statements at the present moment" - i think it is you that needs to stop the chattin, yeah?
united4life
10/03/2008 19:13:00
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u4l my comment was only in regards to ur opening line that bruce has handed the advantage back to you. that is why i said win your games first before claiming yu have any sort of advantage. yu're a sl*t just like ur manager..
luckys_10
10/03/2008 20:18:00
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haha yes!
1888scott
11/03/2008 14:35:00
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