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Fergie on West Ham loss (AUDIO)

Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson says his side 'gave it their best' despite losing 0-1 to West Ham at Old Trafford, revealing he was not best pleased with the circumstances of the Hammers' survival, but won't let it get in the way of their party as they were presented with their 9th Premiership title, their first for 4 years.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 14 2007

Time: 10:47AM

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No surprise really, the FA didn´t have to do you any favours, Sir Alkie allready got his gift from the FA this season. next one will prove a bit harder tho, as they most likely won´t give you the title again.
Blue is the colour
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14/05/2007 21:33:00

how pathetic are you? you got beat to the title fair and square
rooneyisgod
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15/05/2007 14:46:00

too right mate,but he is a chel$ki fan which equals a bad loser.
SweetLeftFoot
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15/05/2007 16:35:00

 

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