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Let's Send Utd To Bridge As Champs

Let's Send Utd To Bridge As Champs

After a solid display from Man Utd at City today, just a draw with Chelsea tomorrow would be enough to send our old enemies to Stamford Bridge as Champions in their midweek clash.

As much as I have hated Untied over the years, Old Purple Nose has built a team of football players who give their all to play the game in the style as was originally intended, and whilst Fergie has spent a pretty penny it's nothing compared to Team Evil who have tried their best to ruin football, players and their careers.

I have a raging dislike for Alex Ferguson, however the United manager has shown more class, more guile and more dignity than Josie could ever muster in this seasons title race. I also recall the United players reluctantly form a guard of honour for the visiting Chelsea shortly after they were crowned Champions a year or two ago, can you see Moaninho could ever do that off his own back? Doubt it.

So while I'd hate to see Man Utd back at the summit of English football, it would be a victory for the game itself to deny this once likeable team it's third successive title.

In the unlikely event that Chelsea do become only the second team to win at Ashburton Grove, we will all get the pleasure of watching United wipe the smiles from the faces of the arrogant Chelsea supporters.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Saturday May 5 2007
Time: 3:40PM

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Compared to the insufferable narcissistic loudmouth that is Maureen the puppet government of Team Evil, Fergie has seemingly morphed into your sweetie giving, doddering, slightly wee smelling old granddad, blessss.
nikolaijns
05/05/2007 15:54:00
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So true we have to concentrate on beating the most evil team in world football....after Juventus.
AB_Arsenal
05/05/2007 16:01:00
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Im sure they will form a guard of honour as it will be a good PR stunt. Plastic fans, plastic flags and plastic smiles on wednesday.
iceman10
05/05/2007 16:03:00
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No, let chelski stay in the title race so that the mancs can go to the bridge & win the title on chelski's home patch. Seeing Mourinho try & stay composed would be a pure delight!!
Ashburton Gooner
05/05/2007 16:07:00
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As much as i despise united and fergie, they have built a team which plays football the right way and conduct themselves far better than chelsea off the pitch. Would love to see the chelsea faces at the grove if we hand utd the title.
Chris Norfield
05/05/2007 16:08:00
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what let em win AG? no chance, suckers goin down.
nikolaijns
05/05/2007 16:09:00
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Even if we won tomorrow it would mean nothing. The media & everyone else would just say that chelski lost the title last week against Bolton, that they were tired from europe & that they have played so many games etc. Whatever happens arsenal will get no credit & you cant take anything from a match that means nothing to either side. Man utd can lose at chelski & still only need a draw at home to west ham to win it & chelski know that. I would rather chelski face the humiliation of losing the title on their own patch infront of abramovich (if he can be bothered turning up).
Ashburton Gooner
05/05/2007 16:13:00
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No AG I can't agree. Deny Chelsea the title at our place tomorrow will give us chance to laugh at Ashley, taunt, goad and grief the Chelsea fans, and make the Chavs head to the Bridge on Wednesday with heavy hearts know there is nothing to gain and the Man Utd fans will have a field day.
Rocky7
05/05/2007 16:18:00
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Plus with Liverpool currently drawing 0-0 at Charlton it gives us chance at 3rd.
Rocky7
05/05/2007 16:18:00
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hehe.....hehe....ehehe..funny the only joy arsenal have this season is a league match against the mighty blue. Oh do beat the EVIL Chelsea, the bad guys, for the good of fotball..shaking my head at this match being gooners only shot at happiness this season. what a pathetic club you are
Nas
05/05/2007 16:22:00
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