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Queiroz Has No Worries

Others have fears, but Carlos Queiroz is confident United will come through their make-or-break Champions League test with Benfica tonight.

After a woeful Group E campaign, which has seen them register just one win and score two goals, United must win at the Stadium of Light to guarantee a place in the knockout phase.

Given United have not won an away game in Europe since beating Panathinaikos in 2003, the task is not an easy one.

Queiroz: 'We are going there to win and I am sure we will get it. We know it is going to be difficult because Benfica are a good side but in terms of honour we have to win.

'Every game is a big game for this club. But obviously this one is crucial.'




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Date:Tuesday December 6 2005

Time: 5:45PM

 

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