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Cascarino: It'll Be Difficult To Stop Man United

Cascarino: It'll Be Difficult To Stop Man United

Tony Cascarino, pundit for the New Football Pools says preventing Manchester United from make it four titles in a row next season is already looking tough for anyone.

"Manchester United made it three Premier League titles in a row at the weekend and looking at their main rivals next season, it's difficult to see anyone stopping them. If they can keep their main men at the club then they will be just as formidable in 2009/10.

Cristiano Ronaldo looks likely to stay although Carlos Tevez looks destined to depart. If the Argentinean does leave, Sir Alex is sure to bring in another top forward. The squad is so strong in every department that he does not need to invest heavily in the summer and they should also have Owen Hargreaves back which will only make them stronger. At times this season United have lacked a defensive midfielder and if Hargreaves doesn't get back to full fitness then I'm sure Sir Alex will go out and buy someone for that role.

The squad is generally of a good age too with confidence gained from continually winning which only adds to their strength. Players like Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes will be gradually eased out as the impressive youngsters come more and more to the fore. It all points to more success for the club as no big changes need to be made whereas all their main rivals will need to invest heavily just to keep in touch."

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday May 20 2009
Time: 12:53PM

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