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Manchester United Can Win League

Vital Manchester United asked, with Chelsea being so indifferent so far, can Manchester United win the league this season?

56% said with great confidence, 'of-course, the league can be ours'. 39% said not this year.

That left 5% saying 'I DON'T KNOW!'. OK, OK, no need to shout, we were only asking

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The Journalist

Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 3 2006

Time: 12:30PM

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well you've got off to a great start and have benefited from the other top teams not doing so well.
jono_forest
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03/09/2006 13:16:00

off course you can win it!.........but you won't :)
sdandrk
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03/09/2006 14:22:00

you and liverpool have the best chances of winning the league, i can see chelski struggling this year
green giant 12
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03/09/2006 16:34:00

With the start you've had you should fear no-one!
sandgroanun
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03/09/2006 16:58:00

If we stay relatively injury free this season we have as good a chance as any at winning the title, but if we lose either saha, rooney, ronaldo or giggs for 2 months or so we are *****ed. But at least we have the mighty heinze to return.
Kanchelskis
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03/09/2006 17:00:00

You mancs do have good chance this season, but the reds and gunners will be on your case!
Tugboat
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03/09/2006 19:28:00

mancs will fade later on when all the competions kick in will the lack of depth in attack
topkop
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03/09/2006 20:06:00

topkop u got it wrong we only improve not get worse
carrickisours
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03/09/2006 21:12:00

Your team certainly has a chance along with Liverpool and Arsenal. ;-)
jogabonito
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04/09/2006 06:54:00

we r not only gonna win de epl but also goin all de way in europe...
rosh16
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04/09/2006 13:04:00

y r u people talking about arsenal going close. lets face it baptista aint a good player and he will do even worse for arsenal then what he did for real
carrickisours
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04/09/2006 14:37:00

 

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