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Fergie: Liverpool Won't Have A Shout

Sir Alex Ferguson does not believe the Premiership can call itself the best league in the world, and next season Liverpool will still trail the top three.

Ferguson: 'You can only say English clubs are setting the standard when they start winning the European Cup on a regular basis again.

'At this time, we are not doing that. However, there is promise and what Arsenal have done with a young team is exceptional. I didn't expect it and, probably, Arsene Wenger didn't expect it either.

'You consider all the experience Juventus have, yet Arsenal cruised past them. I didn't feel there was a time in either leg when Arsenal were ever going to lose.

'In that sense, the Premier League must be doing something right and hopefully it won't be long before we can start consistently winning European Cups again.

'We will be greared for the title next season, but I'm sure Chelsea and Arsenal will have say. But I see it being a three-horse race.'




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 9 2006

Time: 2:25PM

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10/04/2006 10:53:00

but you wont catch chelsea, its in the bag
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10/04/2006 11:04:00

Another thanks for beting the Arse!!!
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