May 9, 2010

Who will be the Champions of England?????

Tug of War- Alex Ferguson Vs Carlo Ancelotti

Who will be the Champions of England??

United have held the Premier League crown for three years, but that run seems set to come to an end on Sunday.
With a point still separating the two sides, Chelsea play host to an unfancied Wigan side while United will face off against a scrappy Stoke outfit at Old Trafford.
If results go according to form and quality, the Blues will hold the trophy for the first time since 2006. Ferdinand however still has some fight left in him.

Carlo Ancelotti believes it would be "a tragedy, a disaster" if Chelsea fail to win their first Premier League title in four years tomorrow having led the table for much of the past nine months.

The top-flight campaign culminates with Ancelotti's side requiring a victory over lowly Wigan Athletic to secure the club's fourth league championship, and third of the Roman Abramovich era, as they seek to maintain their one-point advantage over Manchester United. Wigan arrive at Stamford Bridge without a win in the capital in 19 attempts, stretching back to December 2006, and with injuries denying them three key players down the spine of their team.
Although Ancelotti insisted his team deserve to win the title, he has warned his players against complacency with the prospect of failure now unthinkable. "I don't want to say the title is our destiny," he said. "It's our aim to win. We've done a fantastic job, but we've still got one game to go. We have to do our best and play at the same level as in the last game [the 2-0 win at Liverpool]. Until now, we've deserved to stay at the top of the list. It would be a tragedy if we lost the last game after nine months of such a good, fantastic job. Every day. It would be a tragedy, a disaster.

while ALEX FERGUSON admits Manchester United's week from hell could have cost them the big prizes this season.

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