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Man Utd away is our Premier League opener, and although I personally see it as a bit daunting, Hughton has rather less concerns than me...

"It is a tough opening game, but we will not be going anywhere next season with an inferiority complex - you just can`t afford to," Hughton told the Chronicle.

"We will believe we can go anywhere and get points next season, and Old Trafford will be no different. We have to take confidence from the fact we went there two seasons ago and got a good point in that game.

"Manchester United`s recent record doesn`t lie and, of course, they are a very good side, so we will have to be at our best. But the lads will be well-prepared and we`ll look forward to it."

Old Trafford will be bouncing for sure and it will rekindle the rivalry that has always existed in the top flight.

A tough opener, yes, but bring it on I say!!!




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Writer: Ken Waugh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 17 2010

Time: 2:01PM

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He must be thinking of tesco clubcard point because he sure as hell cant be talking about taking points of man u! I cant just see it now, ameobi taking the utd defence apart assisted by pinpoint cross after pinpoint cross from jonas ....... And then I woke up.
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