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Fergie Blames Lack Of Concentration

United manager Alex Ferguson believes his side could have won but for lapses in concentration.

We went forward twice of course only to be pegged back due to absolutely silly defensive errors. And Fergie was apparently very angry about having to settle for a point because of them.

'We thought we had done enough to win it, but that's football and I cannot believe that we threw it away at the end,' he asid

'It was a lack of concentration on both goals. On their first one we should have cleared the ball away for a corner but didn't. We lost our bearings.

'I think we played well, had lots of good possession and had the better chances. We controlled the game but at the end for their second goal, the cross got the faintest of touches and they scored.'


Oh, that second goal... hopefully this was the last occasion we lose points because of extreme defensive stupidity this season.






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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 3 2007

Time: 6:17PM

Your Comments

Never write Wenger and his scum team off. They always play to the final whistle. That is why they are unefeated this season in the Premiership!
Real Deal
best result we could have hoped for - only three points behind - The Blues are coming!
merlin
What do you mean scum team Real Deal? Are you really such a tw*t?
Gooner_Vin
Whatever he meant, he's right. Stats show that Arsenal are awfully great in the last 15 minutes of games. That should be our greatest strength, hey!
midlothian99
Merlin you will slip up again very soon.
rooneyisgod
May the prophet speak with your keyboard rooneyisgod.
midlothian99
I bet the hairdryer was in full effect after the game!! he needs to start taking things a little easier at his age!
dazza71
One day, one of these games will kill one of them. Heart attack material games like this, brilliant.
will it ever happen
watch out boys chelsea are coming!
MrDax
the gooners are too good a team not to be totally focused and they never stop coming at you................
ernshaw
 

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