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United - Big Four No More!

United - Big Four No More!

Last season saw Spurs break the stranglehold the big four had on the Champions League qualification places with Liverpool being the ones to drop out.

With the 2010/2011 season almost upon us Sir Alex Ferguson has warned that the big four are no more and that others are now quite capable of gate-crashing the party when he`s remarked to the media,

"Last season the monopoly of what they called the big four was squashed and Tottenham came into it. And you`d think that Tottenham would make progress again this season. Manchester City have bought again, so you obviously have to put them into the equation."

"And I think Everton, after all the injury problems they had last season, will come into it. So it`s going to be a competitive league."

With the experience Chelsea have you always have to look to them as a threat. They won the Premier League and the FA Cup last season."


No predictions from Sir Alex as to where anyone will finish so that is where we want you to come in.

Who`ll list me the top six as they believe it will be come the end of the season?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday August 7 2010
Time: 2:35PM

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As long as we're first,I dont mind :)
Chelsea24/7
08/08/2010 00:29:00
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1st - Us (Man U) 2nd - Chelsea 3rd - Arsenal 4th - Man City 5th - Everton 6th - Liverpool. I would include spurs but they have a history of crashing out of the league when getting into Europe. Also, i've got a good feeling about us this season.
TheFamousNo7
08/08/2010 13:31:00
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