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Wenger: 'United Have A Chance'

Even Arsene Wenger admitted United have a 'tiny' chance of overhauling Chelsea, although he wouldn't put money on it.

Wenger explained his decision to leave out Thierry Henry was down to the Champions League match against Juventus.

Wenger: 'Thierry had not recovered from Wednesday. He has played more games than the other players and he has just played on his own up front against Juventus twice.

'But we did not concede the first goal because he was on the bench. Manchester United won the game because overall they were sharper than us.

'Yes there is a chance they can win the title. Slim ... but a chance.'




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Date:Monday April 10 2006

Time: 8:49PM

 

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