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Fergie wants United reaction at Everton (AUDIO)

Following the shock at the magnitude of last week's defeat at the hands of Manchester City, Sir Alex Ferguson has called on his side to bounce back with a performance against Everton.

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Fergie dubbed last week's loss as his 'worst ever' result, and wants a reaction to close the gap at the top of the table, which is currently five points.

A second string side eased past Aldershot in the League Cup in midweek, but it's the league which matters most for the club.

Wayne Rooney is sure to be given a hostile welcome by the Goodison Park faithful, having switched to United seven years ago in a 28m move.

To listen to Sir Alex's pre-Everton press conference CLICK HERE




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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 28 2011

Time: 2:41PM

 

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