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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

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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
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05/05/2012 20:42:00

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
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07/05/2012 10:44:00

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?
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07/05/2012 21:04:00

 

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