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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Sir Alex Ferguson Takes the Tottenham Result Positively

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted that the persistence his players showed in their 1-1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur. Manchester Untied could manage a point from the match, which he termed as “fortuitous,” but received their performance positively. Manchester Untied was in imperious form in the recent past, but could not come up with that ruthless appearance against Tottenham Hotspur. However, Ferguson said that the point would be massive point for his club.

AFP reported:

"We never stopped going which is great credit to the players so I believe that we deserved the point," he said. "Some people are saying we have dropped two points but that could be a massive point for us.

"We had a lot of opportunities and we dominated in the final period of the match. We gambled because we knew we had to get a result so all the players went up and it paid off eventually.

"There are always some clubs who are on an upward curve and Tottenham are one of those, there's no question about that. Juande Ramos has done a fantastic job and his side worked their socks off. They've had six games in 18 days and that's to their great credit.

Ferguson is an optimistic character. However, it is also true that the experiment he did in the last match bringing out some changes in the squad and tactics will help him to put out a more effective line up in the coming matches. What is also true is that, Manchester United has to be determined not to drop any more points in the remaining of the season.

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