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October Awards Go To Old Trafford

October Awards Go To Old Trafford

Manchester United won 4 league game out of 4 in October, scoring 11 goals in the process. No wonder Barclays' monthly awards ended up at Old Trafford this time.

Sir Alex Ferguson has been named Manager of the Month for the second time this season, the first award came in August when Ryan Giggs' scooped the player award for the first time during his career. Now that acknowledgement went to Paul Scholes, who scored the opening goal in United's 2-0 win over arch-rivals Liverpool.

Jim Hytner of the Barclays Awards Panel praised Sir Alex Ferguson.

"Manchester United continue to set the pace this season and Sir Alex has proven he is very much at the top of his game in his twentieth year in charge at the club."


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

Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday November 11 2006
Time: 1:54PM

Comments

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good god, that picture of scholes has just scared me half to death.
The Fear
11/11/2006 14:44:00
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great performances from man utd to storm to the top of the premiership........also great timimg as sir alex celebrates 20 years in charge at old trafford....well done............
ernshaw
11/11/2006 16:08:00
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two horse race for that title and the matches against chelsea will be crucial
rooneyisgod
11/11/2006 21:31:00
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Well deserved!
Cravens
12/11/2006 06:22:00
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