Ferguson feeling 'younger' in race to nix Man City's hopes of creating footballing era
London, May 13(ANI): Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has issued a stern warning to rivals Manchester City that he is feeling three years younger, and is prepared to end their hopes of creating a footballing era.
Ferguson has said City's challenge has increased his desire to stay at Old Trafford, and the local rivals should know that he is not going anywhere soon.
"I'm up for a challenge. We're not going away and I'm not either. You better let them know across the road," The Daily Mail quoted Ferguson, as saying.
City will clinch their first League title since 1968 if they win at home against QPR and United do not turn over a significant goal difference at Sunderland.
Ferguson invalidated any notion that he will walk away because he is intimidated by the challenge of City's financial power, and insisted if they lose the Premier League title they would analyse the reasons behind it, only to make a strong comeback next season.
"The odds are stacked against us. But if City win the title, I'd hope that our players would realise things aren't so black," Ferguson said.
"We will analyse where we've messed up this year and accept the challenge next season. It keeps me going, absolutely. It [City's rise] has taken three years off me and I'm feeling younger already!" he added. (ANI)
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