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Chance To End Arsenal's Season

Chance To End Arsenal's Season

Sir Alex Ferguson did not hide that the chance to end Arsenal's season with a victory on Sunday is added incentive for him and his side.

Should United win, we will open up a nine-point gap over the Gunners which would end their fading title hopes and complete a disastrous week for them. It's easier said than done but what better moment there could be to face them?

'It makes it difficult for them. No question,' he said at his pre-match press conference on Friday.

'Five games to go is not a lot of leeway for them. They can't afford to drop any points.

'But that doesn't make it any different for us in our preparations for an Arsenal game because they are always very competitive games anyway.'


Well, all right, he's tried to hide his eagerness to get a big one over Wenger - but I think he failed, it's way too obvious that he's thrilled by the prospect of greatly enhancing our own chances by ending his old rival's season. So am I.

Writer:Zae
Date:Friday April 11 2008
Time: 6:55PM

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I thought it was over already! ;)
Fan of Blues
11/04/2008 19:14:00
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unny so did i. even if they were to beat us(which they wont) they still need us to slip in two games and then for chelsea to slip too. i dont think so. arsenal dont have the squad to do anything else this season.
rooneyisgod
11/04/2008 21:39:00
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Can't stand em'. But I'm praying those bottlers take some points of you! As for their challenge, Voyeur seems to think he can do it! He he.
Bumps
12/04/2008 15:54:00
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yep, it's already over
Vidicinho
13/04/2008 10:53:00
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And we now have
cyjax
13/04/2008 17:57:00
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......and then there was two ;)
java
13/04/2008 18:49:00
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