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All Things Footie | Monday, December 3 | Jordan

Weekend at Fergies

That would be an interesting place to be right now wouldn't it. In the meatime what happens if you put together the first letters of the five teams that have beaten Man Utd in the Premiership this season?

Bolton liverpool arsenal newcastle chelsea

It's good to see Alan ‘elbows’ Shearer is up to his old tricks again. Whether he caught Jon Fortune or not I don't know-TV replays were inconclusive-but I can't see anyone else getting away with it. Daviiiiide Ginola has also gotten himself in a bit of bother shouting at fourth official Clive Wilkes, he will be reported to the FA and is likely to get a three game ban plus a bit else for bringing the game into disrepute. His manager John Gregory wins quote of the weekend;

“It was a crap result...”

What insight, what an intricately analytic mind that man has. Other good quotes include big Ron assessing possible solutions to Manchester United's defensive problems;

“United should buy some big, ugly bruiser...”

Didn't they just sell one? It's good to see Ron is keeping up with the current trend for cultured, ball playing centre halves anyway.

Team of the week will be up later, I'll just wait for Ricketts to score a hat trick against Spurs tonight so there's someone to partner Thierry Henry up front :o)

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