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Fergie on Spurs (AUDIO)


It's same again for Manchester United as they prepare to face Tottenham for the second weekend running. The league leaders eventually eased past their opponents in their cup clash last week after being given alarm bells throughout by Spurs front line.

But following the 2-0 win in midweek over Portsmouth, boss Sir Alex Ferguson says confidence is sky high with players such as Owen Hargreaves, Ryan Giggs and Carlos Tevez all rested and refreshed for the clash at White Hart Lane.

It's been a happy hunting ground in recent years for United - who ran out 4-0 winners last year with goals from Ronaldo (Pen), Vidic, Scholes & Giggs.

Fergie also talks about Manucho's loan to Panathinaikos and what he hopes the player will gain in his time there, whilst discussing the transfer window as a whole, including players he was looking to let go.

Audio Length: 4 Min 20 Sec

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