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ha ha ha ha. Pröv lige at läse jacob8s indläg en gang til ,o)
Det ser ud til at blive en spändende afslutning i år, og jeg er slet slet ikke sikker på at vi holder hele vejen.
Vi er skrämmende ringe på udebane, og har väret det hele säsonen. Lidt dommerhjälp og figth til slut har sörget for en del points. Men det er slet slet ikke nok, hvis man vil göre sig fortjent til mesterskabet.
Problemet ligger, som jeg ser det, i midtbanen.
Fletcher er slet ikke komme i omdrejninger i år. Meget trist, stor fan.
Scholes har spillet godt, men kan ikke holde til alle kampe.
Anderson har spillet et par super gode kampe, men har haft lige så mange om ikke fler, hvor han har väret direkte pinlig.
Carrick, har gjort det ganske ok, men er generelt ikke god nok.
Igår spillede United bedre en ulvene. Det er vel også forventet. Men at stort set ikke have et skud på mål, og så store forsvarsfejl, så skal det gå galt.
Skal dog sige at det er utroligt at Wolverhampton ligger sidst. De har spillet bedre end den placering. Så vidt jeg husker har de vist også vundet over Chelsea og City på hjemmebane i år.
Håber at denne kamp bliver sidste kamp med sådanne lortespil, og at vi nu tager os sammen. Der er 3-4 rigtig sväre udekampe tilbage, hvor der skal höstes points.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admitted his side blew a major opportunity after seeing his side lose their 29-match unbeaten record at Wolves.
After seeing Arsenal throw away two points in their incredible 4-4 draw at Newcastle, United could have opened up a seven-point lead at the top of the table with victory at Molineux.
However, Wolves shocked United by coming from behind to inflict a first league defeat of the campaign and Ferguson conceded it was a missed opportunity for his side in the race for the title.
"It was an opportunity," said Ferguson. "I said before the game, I do think Wolves are in a false position.
"But we had a great start. We made a lot of chances, particularly in the first half.
Not at the races
"Then in the second we were not at the races. Their keeper did not have many saves to make.
"The pitch was not very good but we didn´t make anything."
United were not helped by the disruption caused due to the calf injury Rio Ferdinand suffered in the warm-up.
Ferdinand will be out for a fortnight with the problem - a period that includes an England friendly in Denmark on Wednesday and next Saturday´s Manchester derby - and the subsequent reshuffle left United exposed, with Wolves getting both of their goals through crosses into the box.
"It was a blow because the experience Rio has got is always vital in games like that," added Ferguson.
"Normally I would have put Chris Smalling there. He has been playing recently.
"But we had to pull Chris in as a substitute because Jonny (Evans) had already done the warm-up."
Ferguson is not happy that he will now lose a great percentage of his squad to international duty.
However, at least he has Dimitar Berbatov, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Edwin van der Sar, Park Ji-sung and Patrice Evra around to form a team for next week´s Old Trafford derby.
"It is a terrific game to recover from," he said. "It is a massive game for us and something to look forward to.
"Unfortunately, we have internationals in midweek. To my mind that is crazy but we have to get on with it.
"We have plenty of players who are not involved in international games and they will all play next week."
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