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United - Catch Us If You Can

It`s ours to chuck away is the consensus of opinion.

Barring some poor results, it`s widely acknowledged that Manchester United will register that record 19th title win in May.

But, young Jack Wilshere, the Arsenal midfielder, reckons it`s far from over, with the teenager predicting a late Arsenal charge to pip us at the post, with the cocky youngster proclaiming,

"We are chasing them, but we`ve a game in hand and United have still to play us."

"We`re confident they will drop points. United rotated their team on Saturday and did well, but eventually playing in Europe is going to catch up with them."


Ah! Europe! The very competition his beloved Arsenal got found out in.

Like we said - catch us if you can!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 12 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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Maybe Jack should concentrate more on catching up with us in the race to the title moreso than the most recent events on twitter. I wonder if he has Rio as a friend? :P
TheFamousNo7
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12/04/2011 17:37:00

Its not over yet, but I'm confident our experience in these situations will see us through. Wilshere or anyone else for that matter can come out with all the sound-bytes they want, the title chase is in our hands, Arsenal and co need to rely on us losing our bottle and, fingers crossed, I just do not see that happening besides Arsenal are probably more likely to drop points during the run in then us.
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