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Words of Warning from Giggs

Words of Warning from Giggs

Our leading appearance maker, Ryan Giggs, may not be playing every game but his experience remains invaluable.

Ryan, a veteran of many Premier League campaign, is wise enough to know what is required to navigate the perfect title winning campaign.

Ahead of the visit to Stamford Bridge, Ryan has issued a few words of warning to heed as we prepare for the trek south, with the Welshman remarking to the red-top papers,

"We recognize we cannot afford to let Chelsea get too far ahead."

"They are four points in front and have got off to a good start, so it is a big game already."

"But, against Chelsea, if we do what we`ve done too often this season, and go behind, it will be tough to come back."

"We`ve spoken about this game and it is something we have looked at, because you simply cannot go throughout a season going behind and having to rely on the lads up front to score the goals."

"Chelsea will punish you. They have changed it a little bit with the lads they have brought in. They brought in clever young players, like Mata and Hazard. They play in little pockets and hare hard to pick up."


Heed that advice lads or else we`ll come unstuck and be playing big-time catch up.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday October 25 2012
Time: 4:57PM

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