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Bitter Pill to Swallow!

Bitter Pill to Swallow!

Losing to Liverpool was a bitter blow for Sir Alex Ferguson to swallow.

Sir Alex has always regarded the Anfield club as our greatest rivals and his quest to get that 19th top flight title win was a dream he cherished and, eventually, achieved.

So what were his thoughts on our FA Cup defeat yesterday?

This is what Sir Alex had to say,

"To lose it is a real sickening blow because we dominated in terms of possession. We were comfortable so it is a disappointment to lose."

"Some of our possession was good. Our movement off the ball was good and it was a really good finish by Park for the equaliser."

"At that point I thought we were in the driving seat. We have hit the post through Valencia and I thought Danny could have scored in the second half."

"I wasn`t thinking about a replay near the end - I was looking to win it. That is why I put Hernandez on."

"I thought his pace around the box would be difficult to handle."


Simply time to move on is all we can say!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday January 29 2012
Time: 4:57PM

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This guy doesn't make sense to me... with his accent and all... does he make sense to you?
blue_iceberg
30/01/2012 16:56:00
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Yes - perfectr sense - go sink some other boat please iceberg.....
niteworlok
31/01/2012 22:02:00
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