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Rise, Red Devils!

Sir Alex Ferguson admitted for the first time in 2007 that we have harder away games left than Chelsea. That should not be a worry.

United are yet to face Tottenham (this weekend), Liverpool, Manchester City and most notably, Chelsea who have a lot easier schedule. Our away form hasn't been good in recent weeks so that must be a concern but Ferguson issued a rallying call to his players.

'We have got to be ready for the difficult tasks because challenges are what winning a championship are all about. We go into it knowing we have to perform to the highest level and if we can continue as we are the moment it improves our chances.

'In my experience we have never been handed titles, we have had to go and win them, and we have to do that again. Analysing all the games is pointless really. We have got a tough game on Sunday and if we get through that it is one more up the road.'

I fear we might rue those late goals against Arsenal... if we do not defeat Tottenham, it will be 'squeaky bum-time', to quote an immortal.


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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday February 2 2007
Time: 5:59PM

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im still confident of winning the title and taking 3 points from anfield and stamford bridge
rooneyisgod
02/02/2007 21:15:00
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Anfield? Maybe. Stamford Bridge? Not a chance.
EuroBlue
02/02/2007 22:39:00
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if you say so ha ha
rooneyisgod
03/02/2007 16:15:00
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