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United - A Clinical Nature

It`s widely anticipated that there may well be a few comings and goings at Old Trafford this summer as Sir Alex Ferguson revamps his squad.

Now we could speculate all day as to who might be leaving and still finish up with differing opinions.

But when the subject was broached ahead of our Premier League fixture up at St James Park tonight, Sir Alex Ferguson left those viewing his press conference in no doubt as to how clinical he has to be to ensure United stay at the top of the Premier League tree when he commented,

"It`s a horrible thing to say but you can`t be sentimental in this job."

"My job is to manage United, to produce results and I am no different from any other manager. I`ll not be regarded in the same way if I`m not successful."

"Everything to do with me is black and white."

"If it`s on the football field and I see something I feel is a retrograde step, I have to act and make decisions."

"It is something that I have always been good at."

"I can make quick decisions and I am lucky that way."

"In management you have to be able to make decisions - sometimes you`re not right. But it doesn`t concern me too much because the important thing is being able to do it"


I wonder just who Sir Alex really is looking at bringing in this summer and exactly who he`s decided no longer has a future at Old Trafford.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 19 2011

Time: 4:25PM

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I can't imagine too many departures, he may be aiming at Brown possibly but with our injury record in defense we're best off keeping him. My preferred targets are Douglas Costa, Defour and a keeper. My personal preference is Akinfeev solely because my lack of knowledge of other goalkeepers like Lloris, Mandanda, De Gea, Neuer and Adler.
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