Date: 6th October 2011 at 4:42pm
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Although the squad is spread far and wide as we enter a weekend of international matches, Sir Alex Ferguson has already started looking towards the forthcoming clash with Liverpool.

Sir Alex, obviously concerned about the last two performances, Basle and Norwich, has called for his side to toughen up for the trip to Anfield, commenting to the many media hounds that hang on his every word,

“We`ve been poor of late. A couple of times we`ve been outfought, which has been disappointing.”

“Anfield`s a tough place to go. It`s always like it`s the biggest game of the century.”

“We need to be better than we have been in recent seasons, and this team can do that.”

“But I`d rather win the league in May than worry about dropping three points at Anfield.”


But to do both would be sublime!



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