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Noisy Neighbours No More

Noisy Neighbours No More

While Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was being interviewed prior to last season's fixture against City the 69-year-old pensioner slipped in the words, 'noisy neighbours.'

That particular quote has been splattered all over the tabloids ever since the Glaswegian uttered the words and we all know what he meant by them, don't we?

However, the so-called 'noisy neighbours' are beginning to show the world just how determined they are in becoming the 'power-house' within British football and given time Sir Alex will no doubt have to eat his own words.



In the meantime, MCFC are currently lying second in the Premier League on goal difference behind you know who, and I suppose they (Rags) must be described as in the driving seat to lift the title having played two fewer games. I suppose its theirs to lose...right?

The following Fox Soccer Sports video was recorded prior to this afternoon's Tottenham 0-0 ManUre fixture.







Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday January 16 2011
Time: 7:37PM

Comments

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The stereo is staying on full and the dogs are a barkin!
RobsonGreensleeves
16/01/2011 23:42:00
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They are so busy looking over their shoulder they are likely to trip up ...
Doody
17/01/2011 05:09:00
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I do have a worry with the amount of outgoings not balancing the books and the fear of plantini getting his own way and making City an example. It looks like we have finally got the swamp monsters to acknowledge us.
Buzz Lightyear
17/01/2011 08:50:00
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Nice one Warren.
Johnny Baguette
17/01/2011 18:32:00
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