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Fergie can't afford a slip (AUDIO)

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The race is going down to the wire and there's no separating the top two in the Premier League - not domestically nor in Europe.

Manchester United and Chelsea will push each other all the way for the league title and Champions League after both progressed through in midweek, whilst Chelsea had the added perk of beating Fergie's men just last week.

So it's West Ham up next for Sir Alex Ferguson and his team. Before his West Ham days Alan Curbishley never manged a single victory in 16 attempts, but he's got the Midas touch ever since he arrived at Upton Park, winning all 3 of their previous meetings, including a late recovery before the New Year to reverse a one goal deficit.

So, with his reaction as well to all the happenings nearby at the City of Manchester Stadium and comments on his much maligned owners, Fergie discusses it all as he looks to sign off at Old Trafford for this season in the best possible way.




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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 2 2008

Time: 4:40PM

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