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A Nervous Sir Alex

Sir Alex Ferguson will have been watching nervously, over the weekend, as his charges performed on the international stage.

He wouldn`t have been too impressed to see Jonny Evans walking very gingerly with a sore ankle as Northern Ireland lost 2-0 in Russia, even more so with Evans having just recovered from ankle surgery.

Thankfully, Evans has declared himself fit to face Luxembourg, although with several of his first team squad on international duty, in various countries, it`ll be a nervous Sir Alex who waits for them to all report back for training.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 10 2012

Time: 4:49PM

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Bit off topic but what I don't get is why we're placing so much emphasis on goal difference this year. Odds are it won't come to goal difference for a very long time yet all the players are talking about is how RVP is there to get goals and improve our goal difference. Which also leads me to wonder whether anyone at our club understands what goal difference actually is? Yeah scoring goals will improve our Goal Difference however making sure we don't concede any is equally as important. I would go as far as argue that at times our defence cost us more with lethargic displays than our strikeforce's supposed inability to put the ball back in the net. So far this season poor defensive displays is costing us goal difference that were supposedly putting emphasis on.
TheFamousNo7
God knows famous we maybe know for the swashbuckling counter attack approach but we've also had an solid back four and keeper to allow it. This season we seem to be going for the fat les approach. Need to get the defenders sorted out there bloody shocking at the moment. Hopefully it's just a bit of rustyness and the injuries start to ease up soon
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