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Ronaldo Bullish About Title Chances

Ronaldo Bullish About Title Chances

The United winger stated he thought United had the best team in the Premiership.

The Portuguese star went on to say he thinks United will win the title again though expects strong challenges from all of our rivals.

"I believe we will win it this season, but I think it will be tougher," the official website quotes him. "Every season I think United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal have a chance to win the league. But I think we will win.

'Arsenal and Liverpool look very strong this season. Arsenal are playing fantastic football at the moment. They have a young team, but are doing very well. Liverpool are doing well too, but I believe we are the best team.'


Liverpool are not exactly doing well at the moment but I agree that we are the best team - or at least we have the best squad.

Ronaldo, who's got four goals to his name this season, is on course to achieve his goal of equalling last season's tally of 23. He's confident that these goals will bring trophies for United.

"There is always pressure to win trophies every season at this club. This season is no different. We must win something.

'Winning the league last season meant everything. We had a fantastic season and played a lot of great games. Everyone felt good and fit and I hope everyone will feel the same this season.

The Premier League and Champions League are the most important trophies and I believe we will win one of them or even both."



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Writer:Zae
Date:Monday October 8 2007
Time: 2:15PM

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