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United - The Thoughts of Sir Alex!

I can`t help pondering whether Sir Alex smiled, frowned or just threw his hands in the air when he watched Steven Gerrard possibly gift Chelsea the Premier League title.

It certainly was a surreal moment and a moment when all those conspiracy theories resurfaced.

After the game, Sir Alex spoke about that moment, explaining,

"I just saw it after the game. It was a great gift. There is nothing you can do about it. You just have to get on with it."

But with Chelsea now firm favourites, Sir Alex was realistic enough to admit that a United title triumph is highly unlikely now, admitting,

"You never know what can happen. Football is a crazy game."

"Manchester City did us a great turn by beating Chelsea twice and Wigan are another neighbour, but listen; we know we are clutching at straws a little bit."


And as for our final fixture, Sir Alex can but hope and pray,

"All we can do is win our game against Stoke."

"Obviously I would not insult Wigan in any shape or form because they are a really good football team and they will have a go. But the important thing is for us to win our game and enjoy it."


I can`t help feeling it would be far more enjoyable if us and Chelsea entered the final game on a level playing field instead of us being a point behind, thanks Stevie G!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 3 2010

Time: 11:39AM

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Would have definitely made it more exciting but hey, the penultimate game of the season to decide the title is exciting enough. If Berba had closed up games when Rooney was out, we would not be have to blame a Scouser!
elvido
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03/05/2010 12:24:00

It really was a sublime assist from gerrard probably the highlight of his season
khoder
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03/05/2010 12:39:00

Berbatov couldn't hit a barn door - he was awful yesterday :-)
merlin
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03/05/2010 12:40:00

couldn't agree more, not the sort of player I'd have bought, in hindsight, reckon he'll be off this summer!
Red Boy
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03/05/2010 13:50:00

''I can't help feeling it would be far more enjoyable if us and Chelsea entered the final game with Chelsea ten points clear instead of us being a point behind...''
TonyBlue
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03/05/2010 17:47:00

ok so maybe (!) stevie g gifted us one. but then 2 gifted minutes at OT v/s citeh earlier in the season gifted owen that crucial goal and man u 2 critical points. cancels each other out. justice is done. or maybe what went around... blah blah! time to get them tinted glasses off. oh, permanently fixed you say...?
johnny come lately
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03/05/2010 21:48:00

I hope we don't wait for another season before getting rid of Berba. His experience and class count for nowt if he doesn't convert sitters!
elvido
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04/05/2010 08:00:00

 

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