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Sir Alex is Bewildered

Sir Alex is Bewildered

Last night, against FC Braga, United fell behind for the eighth time in twelve games this season.

It`s not a statistic to be proud of and a worrying trend appears to be developing.

It`s a trend that has Sir Alex Ferguson worrying with the gaffer remarking after the 3-2 win at Old Trafford, last night,

"It`s unbelievable - I can`t understand it. I can`t get to the bottom of it all. It has been difficult for us this season."

"We can certainly produce exciting evenings."

"We will get to the bottom of it, I am sure of that, but if you analyze the goals we are losing they are all different types. So it is difficult to put my finger on it."

"The forwards get us out of the hole."


But like I`ve said before, most notably at the weekend, we won`t continue to get away with it and if we repeat this trend, on Sunday, we could be handing Chelsea a seven point advantage at the top of the Premier League!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday October 24 2012
Time: 1:11PM

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