Date: 7th May 2012 at 3:14pm
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Unless Mark Hughes can pull of a miracle with his Queens Park Rangers side visiting Manchester City next week for the final fixture of the season, we`re going to end this season without a trophy.

Sir Alex Ferguson all but threw the towel in with his comments after the win over Swansea yesterday and seemed to be looking for some kind of intervention when he implied,

“It could be like Devon Loch. Stranger things happen in football.”

“We just have to keep going with the right spirit. We`ve won the title three times on the last day and we don`t mind doing it again.”

“City are red-hot favourites and will try to make sure they win the match, but QPR need a point and they`re fighting for survival.”

Devon Loch, for the uninitiated was a horse that was romping home in the Grand National only to inexplicably collapse to the ground in a heap.

But looking for further assistance, Sir Alex appears to be looking towards an ex-United hero, Mark Hughes to do him a huge favour, remarking,

“Mark knows his job all right.”

“He was sacked by City in a very unethical way and he`ll remember that.”

Now that would be a turn-up for the books but being a realist I can`t see it. To me it really is all over bar the Fat Lady singing.

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