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Curbishley Walks Out Head Bowed

Curbishley Walks Out Head Bowed

Alan Curbishley ended his 15 years at Charlton with a right thumping at Old Trafford. Sir Alex Ferguson had presented him with a couple of return tickets to New Zealand a bit earlier.

Curbishley: 'Halfway though the first half, I wish I could have gone a bit further than New Zealand.

'Sir Alex also gave me a special bottle of red. He should make it two for the four points we took off Liverpool.

'Whenever I speak to Sir Alex he always talks about the enthusiasm he has for the job.

'He still has a couple of challenges on his mind. He wants to build another great side.

'I think Chelsea's dominance over the last couple of years has spurred him into action.'



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Writer:Cantona
Date:Monday May 8 2006
Time: 9:13PM

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thats just a unlucky way for alan to leave good luck in the future alan.
jono_forest
08/05/2006 21:59:00
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I bet he wished he could have been anywhere but old Trafford for his last game. I do believe that his managerial record against prem sides is worst against Man Utd.
FEn_100
10/05/2006 02:13:00
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best of luck alan in the future
green giant 12
15/05/2006 18:31:00
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