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Banking on Newcastle!

With our title hopes now in the hands of Manchester City, Sir Alex Ferguson has made a rallying call on the eve of what appears to be a difficult trip for our noisy-neighbours.

City travel to Tyneside to take on Newcastle this weekend and Sir Alex is hoping that Alan Pardew`s high-flying side can derail City`s title challenge thereby putting United back ahead in the race.

Speaking about the clash, Sir Alex has remarked,

"They`ve got to win at Newcastle, that`s the challenge for them."

"Newcastle, as we know, is a very difficult place to go to and they`re playing well."

"Winning at Chelsea is a difficult job. We haven`t done it for a number of years so their form is good."

"Newcastle are fighting for that position in the top four and have a chance. They are a point behind Arsenal and have the same number of points as Tottenham."

"So it will not be an easy game. It`s a tough game, no question about that."


Will City slip up and hand the initiative back to us, your views would be most welcome.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 4 2012

Time: 12:54PM

Your Comments

nothing has changed for us, since Easter Sunday, we had to WIN all our matches and So far we have,played 5, won 5, 2 more we are Champions.... sounds like Straw clutching from Taggart.....you had a chance and blew it, 8 points up, no team should throw that away, especially a team with YOUR experience.....
cityman51
And the answer is a resounding NO. Hat's off to the guy in the pub who was wearing a red rag with the name Ba emblazened proudly on the back. He slunk off and left his freshly ordered round when Yaya's second goal went in. Class!
fifthcolumnblue
oh well another match down, so now down to the last match, and QPR at home, so are all you reds now Londoners......and you call us BITTER?
cityman51
 

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