Fergie: Five horse race for the Premier League title


Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes that five clubs will battle it out for the Premier League title this season.

Fergie stopped short of naming Spurs and Manchester City, with his three other clubs being the obvious Chelsea, Arsenal and his own club.

” I wouldn’t be betting against it being a five-horse race,” said Ferguson.

“I think there is a lot of twists and turns in the race.

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  1. He is one wiley old b*****d I wouldn't underestimate him no matter how much face he lost over Rooney.
    In addition now Rooney will HAVE to perform and i wonder just has he the quality to live up to his pay now as the pressure of expectation will be immense. Interesting times at OT. I just hope that we do not find out.

    I will agree with you Jurgen if we beat them..until then I do not.

    Do we have "Absolute Power" Webb as the ref?
    Because if we do we are beaten already as he will see to that.

  2. Ever since the that day I’ve longed to see Tottenham get justice at Old Trafford. I hope this is the game. Rooney will not deliver he’s cracked already, I’m amazed Utd offered him the deal they did and would,kt be surprised if he isn’t the first of the mega bucks modern day footballers to hang up his boots early and walk away from the game in his 20’s

  3. I don’t think we are there yet. It’s lack of experience and mentality that is holding the team back. I think in a few season time we could say we’re genuine title contenders. I do believe we will win the league in the next few years if we keep going with what we have here.

  4. Not only the Mendes "goal" but the Carrick NO penalty plus a host of suspicious refereeing decisions at OT over the decades make me want a thrashing for MU. The catch is that we don 't have the fire power up front to capitalise on the chances.


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