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Two More Seasons For Fergie... At Least

Forget about equalling Liverpool's record of 18 league titles, it is the prospect of winning more European trophies that's keeping Sir Alex Ferguson in the job. He admitted, for the umpteenth time, that the club should have won more down the years.

'If there was one challenge I'd love the club to win more European trophies than they have done and I think I've made this point a few times over the years. I don't think we've won the number we should have won,' he said.

'There have been years when we've been unlucky and years we've been disappointed, and there've been years when we've thrown games away, and that sort of gives a kaleidoscope of what football's like.

'If we could win a couple more European trophies I then would definitely quit.'


Looks like we'll have him around for the next two seasons at least...




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 10 2009

Time: 9:13AM

Your Comments

What if it takes 10 years to win 2 more cups?! He'll b e 77 then!!! He'll have to come to the club in a wheelchair! lol.. :) Anyway, take it easy SAF. You'r getting older, whether you like it or not!
JT_daniel
What if it takes 10 years to win 2 more cups?! He'll b e 77 then!!! He'll have to come to the club in a wheelchair! lol.. :) Anyway, take it easy SAF. You'r getting older, whether you like it or not!
JT_daniel
I don't think he'll have a problem if he does have to ride in a wheelchair,his passion for the club is such.I certainly won't have a problem with that.LONG LIVE FERGIE!!!!!!
abmtd
I don't think he'll have a problem if he does have to ride in a wheelchair,his passion for the club is such.I certainly won't have a problem with that.LONG LIVE FERGIE!!!!!!
abmtd
 

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