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Time to Concede?

There will come a time whereby one of us will have to concede the title.

Either Roberto Mancini or Sir Alex Ferguson will utter those dreaded words about the gap being too big to close and that the other side are worthy winners.

Now normally, that`d be when it becomes mathematically impossible to overcome the opposition but, after dropping two points against Sunderland on Saturday, Roberto Mancini has adopted an approach that belies the aforementioned thoughts.

Mancini has been realistic enough to suggest, in an interview,

"If we go eight points behind then it is finished."

The gap could be five by tonight and with Manchester City set to entertain an in-form Arsenal, could this weekend see that eight point gap established?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 2 2012

Time: 4:43PM

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would Sir Alex ever concede? Moan perhaps!
merlin
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02/04/2012 19:16:00

We've still got a tough game v Blackburn who seem to step up their game twice a year just for us to play first, let's get that out the way first and see if we can establish a 5 point leasd first before talking about 8 points.
TheFamousNo7
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02/04/2012 19:30:00

Nothing is set yet, if 5hitty win against Arsenal the race is open, loose and it does look bad for them.. I would much rather be top of the league at this stage, and have the title to loose though. I do however find pleasure in seeing the 5hitty fans sqirm, and for all their "this is our season" and writing of United, it is just hillarious to hear them now.. Considering the number of injuries we have had over the course of the season, I would say we have done very well thus far.
nordkap
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03/04/2012 11:35:00

"and for all their "this is our season"" where did you see or hear this Nordkap?
Bluedub
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03/04/2012 13:55:00

 

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