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Killing Teams Off?

In the tabloid press today are some wonderful quotes from Sir Alex Ferguson.

They relate to the fact that the current team, although often dominating games, haven`t yet developed that killer touch, or as Sir Alex wonderfully puts it,

"It must be hard for our fans."

"It`s the sadistic nature of our team. It was poor from us, though, against Southampton.""

"We should have been 5-0 up at half-time. That`s happened a few times this season. We`ve been in comfortable positions but haven`t dug our nails into it."

"It`s frustrating because I know we`re capable of doing that. It could go down t goal difference again and that`s an issue."

"At the moment we`re only two goals better than Manchester City. That could be undone in just one game and we`ve had opportunities to be better."

"It`s very tempting to think about being 10 points clear but the most important thing is to keep our feet on the ground and try to win the game at Fulham."

"Then we`ll see where that takes us."


But will we kill Fulham of this afternoon? That is the golden question.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday February 2 2013
Time: 9:00AM

Comments

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Hopefully we will but can't see Fulham making it to easy. They'll still be smarting from the FA cup their at home and will be up for it
MotorMad
02/02/2013 11:27:00
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"the most important thing is to keep our feet on the ground" - So they've learnt from last season, good!
TheFamousNo7
02/02/2013 12:49:00
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Great result,at least a clean sheet.credit to Johnny Evans and Micheal Carrick.both had good game.Utd should take each game as it comes and the seasons will be wrapped before matchday 35.
Cadet O.C Torture
02/02/2013 22:28:00
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Great result,at least a clean sheet.credit to Johnny Evans and Micheal Carrick.both had good game.Utd should take each game as it comes and the seasons will be wrapped before matchday 35.
Cadet O.C Torture
02/02/2013 22:28:00
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