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Spot-On Patrice!

At last, at last, someone has stepped forward chanting the mantra we wanted to hear, a mantra full of positive thoughts.

Patrice Evra, we salute you.

Evra, well aware that Alex Buttner is after his position, has spoken about the whole team raising their game if we`re not to be left behind in the title race by a rampant Chelsea side, with the Frenchman remarking in a pre-match interview,

"It`s going to be a busy few weeks with a lot of important games. It`s a really important time of big moments and we need to show our best."

"I think we started to do that at Newcastle but now we need to make sure we continue to do our job."

"Now`s the time when we need to show what we can do and win every game."


So very true, before adding about the current title race,

"You can already see this season that it`s not only about United and City."

"Chelsea are top at the moment, Tottenham are also doing well, then there`s also Arsenal and I`m sure Liverpool will come back strongly."

"The Premier League is not an easy league - that is why everyone wants to play in this league."


Or as it is often described, the best in the world!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 26 2012

Time: 4:19PM

 

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