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Otelul Galati - Ferguson Talks

Otelul Galati - Ferguson Talks

It`s redemption time tonight

United need to get the three points on offer, in Romania,

A poor start, against Benfica and Basle, has left United with only two points from two games.

Tonight Sir Alex Ferguson is looking to get our Champions League campaign back on track and in his pre-match press conference, had this to say,

"Against Basle we became very complacent in the match and it`s not a tournament where you can afford to be complacent, so this is an important game for us now."

"We had them watched. We`ve got a good idea of how the game should be played and hopefully we will get the result that we want. I think we have to win and I`ll play a strong team."

"But I can play several teams and still be strong enough to win the game, like I did on Saturday."


But we drew on Saturday!

Continuing,

"We have to progress in the Champions League and then we have four or five days to recover for the Sunday game against City."

"The timescale for recovery is perfect for us and it`s the same for City as well."


If we don`t get three pints in this one we`ll not deserve to qualify is my summary!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday October 18 2011
Time: 4:45PM

Comments

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Half-time score - 0-0 redemption ??? lmao who are ya ?
Blue_Mel
18/10/2011 20:30:00
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I take it your rocks cosy as that's where you must've been living for the past few decades. Was it a long way home after the 3-1?
TheFamousNo7
18/10/2011 21:21:00
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