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Fergie: 'It's Chelsea's Title'

Fergie: 'It's Chelsea's Title'

Sir Alex Ferguson says we are living in Cuckoo Land if we think Chelsea will suffer a title collapse. 'It's all over', says the United gaffa.

Ferguson: 'We have accepted the situation. Chelsea are not going to fall away.

'Even last weekend we wondered whether Portsmouth might get something because they were struggling and fighting for their lives. But then Frank Lampard scores again and it just changed the whole picture.

'Chelsea's strength is that they do not concede. That is what makes them such a formidable outfit so now the challenge for us all is to finish second.

'Obviously we have to make sure they don't dominate. There is a possibility of achieving that because we have an emerging team. But it is a big challenge because we know they have fantastic resources financially.

'Everyone expects them to get rid of three or four fringe players this summer and bring in another four or five.

'It would not be a complete evolution but there would be a change in personnel which keeps things fresh. It seems that is the way they are looking to operate.'




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Writer:Cantona
Date:Sunday March 5 2006
Time: 12:38PM

Comments

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And he's only just realised this now......i knew he was going bonkers!!!
Rocky7
05/03/2006 12:56:00
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ferguson is one great knob who has lost the plot, its been all over for man utd since the first ten games of the season. thick bastard
Bell End
06/03/2006 19:23:00
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Be fair, he can’t exactly run up the white flag on October. What kind of message would that send out? What would have happened if Chelsea had slipped up and he’s not pushed his team to be in a position to capitalise?
BlindJak
08/03/2006 07:58:00
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