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Fergie Is The Boss!

Most of you decided not to meddle in team affairs. A certain Mr. Abramovich could learn a lot from our voters!

When we heard that Sir Alex is threatening to unleash Saha and Rooney on poor Coventry, we asked you if you thought that it would be a wise move, considering that they migth be spared for more important games.

38% percent was ready to accept the manager's judgment while 27% opted for caution and said they should be kept out of this tie.

The results in full:

Would you start Rooney and Saha against Coventry?

Yes, we need some experience 17%
No, we should be careful about them 27%
Only Rooney 4%
Only Saha 14%
Fergie is the boss! 38%

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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday September 26 2007
Time: 7:05PM

Comments

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He was brilliant tonight I heard...you only conceded two goals against..............erm...? Coventry??? AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Blue is the colour
26/09/2007 22:39:00
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All those Millions and yet you lose at OT v Coventry???? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!!
Blue is the colour
26/09/2007 22:40:00
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haha Coventry!!!! Shows how bad your squad is. U play a second rate team and lose 2-0 at home against COVENTRY. We play a second rate side at home against NEWCASTLE and give the PREMIERSHIP side a good beating. HAHAHAHA
gunnerkid107
27/09/2007 00:25:00
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In the Times tonight - "For United, the kids, it seems, are not all right". BITC, good game mate, I dish the s**t but I'll complement you when it's due. For old red-nose to say that his kids are better than ours is plain crap. He can't even beat Coventry with is (no offence Sky Blues) whilst we put two past the bar codes.
michael105uk
27/09/2007 01:31:00
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You might place your trust in him, but he messed up ROYALLY against cov today, haha!
martinr
27/09/2007 02:32:00
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No-one cares about the carling cup...its the only chance coaches have to use young players and give them experience... United got beaten last year by Southend. Didnt bother us that much and all you guys werent laughing at the end of the season. Chelsea can have the carling cup as a consolation prize. I can see that the 2-0 score still hurts Blue is the Colour, and you shouldnt talk about millions...55mill for a year while reconstructing a team is nothing to the 300mill you spent in 2 years thinking you were building a team... Seen you crumble under pressure....you are no champions. Maybe chelsea can buy a trophy if they dont win one this year.
alexpant
27/09/2007 10:49:00
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alexp, arsenal care. 60,000 turned up to watch. Each home game tie is another £1,000,000 in attendance fees alone at ~£15/ticket.
michael105uk
27/09/2007 14:35:00
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in that since everyone cares, but the EPL schedule along with the FA Cup n the Ch. League, are way too much for a team that tries to win all of them. The fans will always fill the stadiums even for a Carling Cup game, especially with teams that is difficult to get tickets for other competitions. But let me ask you something Michael. Would you rather get £1,000,000 per game and try your best to win the Carling Cup, by using your best players giving 100% therefore risking your chances of winning the EPL and other competitions? Or would you rather try and do what you can, with the youngsters and unfit players, therefore boosting up their fitness and preparation so that you can use them and compete at the rest and be well equiped for the other competitions? Obviously the best choice is to have both...but since that is not possible, i'd pick the second one, like SAF does. He said it as well...its not possible for a team to win the treble nowadays...its TOO demanding... Let alone going for a quadruple with the Carling Cup.
alexpant
27/09/2007 18:22:00
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blue is the colour im pretty sure we battered you on sunday so get back to crying bout jose
rooneyisgod
27/09/2007 21:11:00
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Well said, rooneyisgod :-)
midlothian99
28/09/2007 01:12:00
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