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Sir Alex Remains Confident

Tomorrow afternoon, at the Emirates Stadium, Manchester united could take a giant step to reclaiming the Premier League title.

The next two fixtures, against Arsenal and Chelsea, could see that 19th top flight title come our way.

Many pundits view these two games as a chance for the title race to be thrown wide open with our main rivals pulling off victories against us. Sir Alex Ferguson isn`t having none of that when he remarked ahead of the Arsenal clash,

"The form we are in we have a chance of doing that. We want to win these games."

"People have been inferring for some time that this is Arsenal`s chance to beat us at their ground and win the league."

"And then it was Chelsea`s chance to beat us at Old Trafford and win the league. I took a different view. My view was why can we not win these games?"

"They are not easy but they`re not for Arsenal or Chelsea either."

"Two months ago everybody was looking at these two games as league deciders."

"And they probably are now. We are going into the game in good form."


But if there was to be a challenge, who does Sir Alex see it coming from,

"I think there`s still drama ahead. The teams at the top will drop points."

"Chelsea are the dark horses in the sense that people seemed to think they were out of it. But I thought they had the easier run-in and are now on our coat-tails.


Is it down to the same old two then? We`ll know for sure very shortly!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 30 2011

Time: 11:50AM

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2 draws would be nice, it would mean we would only have to pick up a win against either Blackburn or Blackpool. A draw and a win, 2 wins, a win and a loss I would snatch any of them if offered.
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