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And Shearer Reckons!

And Shearer Reckons!

Tuning into Football Focus this lunchtime, troubled by a raging temperature, it was interesting to see Alan Shearer give his views on the title race.

As you all know, Shearer was never the most popular of visitors to Old Trafford having turned down a move there during his playing days but when asked about the title race his views might be pleasing to the United ear, with Shearer remarking,

'Tottenham are fantastic to watch and they have a chance of winning the league. They have become everyone's second team because of the way they play football. But they now face a different pressure as people expect them to win. Can they handle it? We'll have to see.'

'It wouldn't surprise me if Manchester United win it. With the old wily fox Sir Alex Ferguson in charge, I wouldn't be surprised if they pipped Manchester City and Tottenham.'


Title number 20 and a finish that would please us all I think!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday January 14 2012
Time: 1:58PM

Comments

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Alan KNOWS Utd always come good at the final stretch :D
niteworlok
15/01/2012 11:37:00
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As I've pointed out to you already NW, that is a myth. If Cardboard Shearer has said this we may as well just hand U*d the title now eh?
Bluedub
15/01/2012 12:43:00
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Its a myth - ok whatever lol
niteworlok
16/01/2012 18:34:00
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Why are you loling, it is.
Bluedub
17/01/2012 13:18:00
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Us picking up towards the business end of the season a myth? Can I join you in the loling niteworlok?
TheFamousNo7
17/01/2012 14:34:00
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TF7, have a look at the records. You lot are so ignorant it defies belief. Like I explained to NW over on VMC, U*d do not come strong in the second half of the season, they normally maintain their points per game average while in the seasons that U*d have won the title their opponents points per game average drops. I don't know why I bother with you ignoramuses if your going to ignore facts.
Bluedub
18/01/2012 11:35:00
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Statto.com btw if you want to educate yourself on the facts instead of believing the gospel according to Sky.
Bluedub
18/01/2012 11:36:00
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