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Fergie Hungry For Another Bite Of History-Making

Fergie Hungry For Another Bite Of History-Making

The Champions League was brilliant but with progress ensured with a 4-0 destruction of a hapless Milan side, United now turn their attention towards the domestic front once more. And Sir Alex admits that his priority is winning the league again.

'Winning this 19th league title is very much in my soul,' he told The Sun.

'We are chasing four titles in a row - that would be fantastic.

'And if we get the 19th it would be the most in the league's history. We've got a chance.'


Indeed. We'll never have a better one because 1) we'll be hard pushed to win three titles in a row again anytime soon and 2) it's unlikely that in the fourth season after that our challengers would be as mediocre as this year.

The chance is there but right now we are third - so we must win against Fulham tomorrow.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday March 13 2010
Time: 9:14PM

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And win we did - rather well may I add - thing is, we CAN do this if we win all our remailing games - but I think the City one is going to be hard, as well as next week, Chelski will get beaten by us at OT, but we will see
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