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The Champions League tie with Real Madrid, although there are important Premier League games to negotiate first, continues to occupy the minds of some journalists.

The feeling amongst many is that the winners of this tie could go a very long way in the competition, possibly all the way to the Wembley Final.

Pushed on the subject, once again, of whom he believes will go all the way in the competition this season, Sir Alex Ferguson has commented,

"I look at the competition this year and there are four teams we have to pay attention to. Obviously we`re drawn against one of them."

"If we get by that, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and Barcelona will be there. Dortmund have been fantastic."


Let`s worry about the challenge Jose Mourinho`s Madrid present before looking any further shall we!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 11 2013

Time: 4:42PM

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Would say Shakthar are worth a shout and are more than capable of causing anyone trouble. Don't think Malaga will win it but they're certainly capable of knocking out those who aren't wary of them, isco is a class act. It's all well and good being wary of these teams though but I think you've said it best red boy when you said let's worry about the task in front of us first.
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