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United - Is Evra Paranoid?

We`re still unbeaten in the Premier League this season, even though we`re not exactly reaping three points on a regular basis away from home.

Last Sunday, many pundits had a hunch that it`d be Tottenham Hotspur that would end our long unbeaten run and you sensed that much of the country wouldn`t have shed too many tears if we did get turned over.

In the end, despite being reduced to ten men by the farcical sending off of Rafael, we hung on for a point and the run continued.

Since then, Patrice Evra has stepped forward to comment on the same fact, namely that nobody would have shed any tears if we had of been beaten, remarking to the tabloid press,

"All the country was against Manchester United - everybody wanted us to lose."

"Remaining unbeaten is a great challenge for us but the most important thing is to win the league."


Exactly! I wouldn`t give a damn if we lost three on the trot as long as we can reclaim that title, would you!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 18 2011

Time: 4:44PM

 

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