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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Ferguson Warned Manchester United Players over Complacency ahead of AC Milan Encounter

Manchester United has a tough task against AC Milan in the second leg of Champions League first knock out round at Old Trafford on Wednesday. That is what manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes and he has warned his players over complacency. Manchester United won the first leg 3-2 at San Siro and there might be a sense of overeconfidence grown out of the first leg victory among the Re Devils. However, Ferguson thinks that the job is not yet done and believes it is still an open affairr.

Ferguson says, “.....I don’t think we’re very good at defending leads. We need to play our normal game and that includes attacking. We’ve got to accept that it’s going to be a very difficult game and one we have to win.

It's certainly an open tie which should make for a great game of football. We hope to kill the tie by our own attacking abilities, but obviously AC Milan have to score and that should make it a really open match.

Manchester United might enjoy the home advantage when they take on the Italian giants before their home fans. However, it could be an added pressure for them. United boss has tried to single out the fact that United can not afford to take the game lightly, even though they would start with a lead.

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