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United - Nani on the Offensive!

Chelsea`s fall from grace has been spectacular!

So spectacular that Nani now views our opponents this Monday, Arsenal, as the main threat to us regaining the Premier League title, commenting,

"Arsenal are doing well. They are growing up in the way we are. They are a good team."

"I think they are a bigger threat than Chelsea now."

"Chelsea have lost a few games and drawn some and their confidence looks a bit low."

"But Arsenal have been winning and being top of the league gives you great confidence."


Fair points, and as for our next two Premier League fixtures, with Chelsea following on from the Arsenal one, Nani has another valid point to make, commenting,

"if we win against Arsenal and Chelsea we will be in a very good position to win the league. It will be a fantastic position to be in."

"Our momentum is growing. Everyone is starting to play fantastic again. Our performances are growing. That is great because our next two games are going to be very important for us."


Is it too early to call them title defining games?


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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 10 2010

Time: 4:08PM

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I think it's way too early to count out the reigning champions as title contenders.
gunnerkid107
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10/12/2010 17:22:00

Most definately gunnerkid. Though it has been very enjoyable to watch, this poor spell will soon end (hopefully after Totenham, ourselves and Arsenal have beat them). The only way this poor form would continue is for Abramovic to hit the self destruct button and fire Ancelotti and I suspect his finger is already lingering over the big red button.
TheFamousNo7
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10/12/2010 20:26:00

Seriously????? Fall from grace??? They're two points off the top for christs sake!!!
java
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11/12/2010 01:07:00

Oh I misread the title - thought you said Nani WAS offensive and I was just about to agree with you. Still, not as offensive as that arrogant twunt Evra eh?
fifthcolumnblue
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11/12/2010 09:53:00

 

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