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Fergie Is Already Eyeing The Next One!

Fergie Is Already Eyeing The Next One!

We made history today, you say? Equalling Liverpool's haul of 18 league titles? That's all good says Fergie but nothing special: we should overtake them.

'It'll make it more special when we are in front of them.

'Next year we are going for it again.'


Resting on his laurels? Not a chance!

However, Fergie also admitted that today it was far from straightforward and easy.

'It was the longest 90 minutes in history.'

'There was only one save in the match - it was a cautious match.'


He went on to praise his squad, saying that he could have picked two teams today... well, one was certainly enough to secure the point we needed!

CHAMPIONS AGAIN!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday May 16 2009
Time: 5:12PM

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we'll regroup and come back keen to lick you next season!
merlin
16/05/2009 20:10:00
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We will be waiting,merlin.
abmtd
16/05/2009 20:20:00
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Its no surprise when u see this guy thinking ahead already otherwise it would be tuff for him to achieve what he has achieved,for me hunger and dedication are the words, and he has passed it on to his players who have responded fantastically and it is those things that will play a key role or u can even call it our blue print for success in the future.
abmtd
16/05/2009 20:29:00
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