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Saha Says Sorry

Saha Says Sorry

Remember that ear-splitting, stomach-clenching roar? You know: Saha hit the ball, Artur Boruc dived and beat it away - and Celtic fans were in heaven.

The Red Devils must have felt themselves in hell but Saha insist a thousand sorries won't change anything. He offered one, though.

'Yes, it's one of those things,' he told reporters afterwards. 'I said sorry to the lads but a thousand sorries won't change anything.

'A European game is always going to be fast. You can be surprised and we have been on a free kick.

'It's a shame because I think it woul d have been very nice to get a draw, it would have been good.
'Benfica must come to Old Trafford so it's our advantage. We need a point.

'It's going to be a tough game but obviously we have the advantage.'


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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday November 22 2006
Time: 1:53PM

Comments

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poor strike for the penalty, he should of put it away, well done 2 celtic know
green giant 12
22/11/2006 15:07:00
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neville knew he was going to miss and so did i. it was so obvious he was
rooneyisgod
22/11/2006 15:21:00
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strange why neville (as captain) let him take the penalty, then.
prits
22/11/2006 15:55:00
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very poor penalty...............
ernshaw
22/11/2006 23:10:00
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