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Fergie ahead of West Ham (AUDIO)

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says he owes it to Sheffield United and Wigan to play a strong side against West Ham at Old Trafford, as the 9 time Premiership champions aim to enjoy their last league game of a glorious season.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 11 2007

Time: 2:34PM

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i dont see wigan winning so i think west ham will be safe even when they lose on sunday
rooneyisgod
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11/05/2007 15:04:00

West Ham should have been docked points,so i hope they get what they deserve.
SweetLeftFoot
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11/05/2007 16:26:00

And as Curbish is an old mate of Rudloph, I predict a draw...
Blue is the colour
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11/05/2007 22:32:00

Nice of you to keep paying us a visit Bitc.Jealous by any chance?
SweetLeftFoot
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11/05/2007 23:19:00

i agree, i think we will win on sunday, but i think it will be one big party atmosphere at ot, as i think west ham will stay up. i just cant see wigan getting a result anywhere at the moment, not to mention at a ground where the home support will demand a sheefield united win.
united4life
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12/05/2007 18:50:00

i think now we got the league blue is the colour is considering switching to man utd which is why hes always here
rooneyisgod
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12/05/2007 21:32:00

And what do you know, Sir Alkie gave it to his old mate....well, I guess heŽll get away with anything this season, as its his 20th Anni, will be a different matter next one tho. Brace yerselfs.
Blue is the colour
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14/05/2007 22:57:00

 

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