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Attack! Attack! Attack!

Attack! Attack! Attack!

Sunday when Chelsea arrive at Old Trafford, Manchester United have the chance to more or less wrap up that record busting 19th title.

Chelsea know that anything other than a win and their title aspirations are over whilst United know a win would put them six points clear with two games to go.

Ryan Giggs, expected to play a major part in proceedings, is fully aware of the situation and is quoted in the press a shaving remarked about it,

"Both teams realise that. We certainly realise that, and that`s what we`ll be aiming to do."

"We`ll be trying to sew up the league as quickly as possible, starting Sunday."

"We have to go out and attack like Manchester United do at Old Trafford. The crowd wouldn`t have it any other way."

"If we sat back in the first 10 or 15 minutes, the crowd wouldn`t have it. We`ve got to go and try and score goals and win the game."

"I think that it is dangerous, to sit back against a team like Chelsea who can score goals against you."


So it`s business as usual at Old Trafford then!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday May 6 2011
Time: 10:25AM

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Attacking is fine, lets not invite pressure onto ourselve but we must attack responsibly. I don't want to see us unnecessarily overcommitting and being caught out on the counter and then chasing the game.
TheFamousNo7
07/05/2011 12:13:00
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