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Giggs: 'I'll Be Off If Chelsea Win'

Giggs: 'I'll Be Off If Chelsea Win'

Sir Alex Ferguson has tried to play down the impact having to applaud Chelsea out on to the Old Trafford pitch at the end of last season. But the memory is still fresh in Ryan Giggs' mind - enough to heighten his determination to avoid having to endure more Chelsea celebrations if the Blues get that point.

Giggs: 'I do not want to be on the pitch when they are jumping around celebrating winning the league.

'We had to clap them on to the pitch last year and though they were worthy champions, it was not a nice feeling.

'Hopefully we can stop the party this weekend by coming away with the three points.'

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Writer:Cantona
Date:Saturday April 29 2006
Time: 11:16AM

Comments

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"shame ryan old boy- hope you clapped loud and clear-lol"
millers4eva
29/04/2006 15:09:00
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" hope rooney is ok for the world cup- looked nasty."
millers4eva
29/04/2006 15:09:00
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unlucky
Mexbro miller
29/04/2006 16:30:00
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unlucky boiz looks like it's bye bye giggsey boio..brill player
swanz_gal_05
29/04/2006 17:47:00
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Oooops Rooney got decked , world cup over LOL .
JACK_THE_LAD
30/04/2006 09:04:00
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is this the world cup that wales are competing in? oh! you didnt make it, never mind
vertigo_red
30/04/2006 10:24:00
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Pity about Rooney, but what about his challenge on Terry???!!! At least JT can soldier on when injured.
Westl
30/04/2006 12:01:00
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Ronney's injury is a shame but I thought he was anonymous until he was injured (stupid miss apart). Not much difference between the two teams but Chelsea's midfield was FAR superior - Oshea, Park, Giggs were not a patch on Maka, Essien and Lampard. Fergie can say the scoreline was flattering, and I agree, but Chelsea could have won by more on another day.
andleics
30/04/2006 16:56:00
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