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We Should Believe Fergie: Queiroz Deserves Praise

We Should Believe Fergie: Queiroz Deserves Praise

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Carlos Queiroz played a big part in getting the club to where it's now.

The boss revealed his number two worked very hard to prepare the players for Wednesday's showdown with Chelsea and that he deserves much praise for his contribution to winning the trophy.

'Carlos is well respected,' he said.

'His preparation for the game on Wednesday, from all aspects, was fantastic. There has been a lot of talk about him recently and I am sure the Portugal job would be a big attraction for him.

'But I feel he is at his club here. What happens after I go is not my domain. But there is no doubt I think Carlos will be here for a long time. As long as me anyway.'


Well, I was one of the frontrunners in slagging off Carlos when things were not going well so I should stress yet again that I was wrong.

If Fergie says that Queiroz is a vital contributor to our successes then he must be right - trophies vindicated him as much as his boss.

Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday May 24 2008
Time: 4:31PM

Comments

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Hats off.He'll be a big part of us hanging on to Ronnie.Very tactically astute.We all love 4-4-2 but in modern day football it's about more than that.
java
24/05/2008 16:39:00
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ahhh yes Portugal's beloved Carlos. Always had faith him! :)
Paulinho
24/05/2008 18:53:00
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without him i doubt we wouls have ronaldo, nani, anderson etc....plus the rumours of veloso and moutinho probably wouldnt be very belivable. good on you, carlos!
united4life
24/05/2008 19:44:00
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i wouldnt like him to replace ferguson though.
rooneyisgod
25/05/2008 16:12:00
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I would, I think he is key to how United attack.
Paulinho
27/05/2008 01:14:00
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