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2011: The Reds’ Year - QUOTES

Here are the best Quotes 2011 had seen, Enjoy!

"Everybody wants to play at this club and I’m no different. I dream of playing. I’m not here just to sit and pick my nose. I’m here to play." Keeper Anders Lindegaard stakes his claim.

"I have been a Manchester United fan all my life and fulfilled every dream I’ve ever had. Obviously I am disappointed that my playing days are at an end, however it comes to us all, and it’s knowing when that time is and, for me, that time is now." Gary Neville announces his retirement.

"It’s the character of this club. It’s a fantastic character. No other club in the country’s got that. We are fantastic when it comes to gritting our teeth and getting something out of a dead situation."Sir Alex is full of pride following the win over Bolton.

"I could feel the goal coming. We had the momentum and the crowd was up. When the crowd gets going, it sucks the ball in." Sir Alex had faith United would defeat Everton.

"Of course for me personally, being an Everton fan, it’s even more special 19 times. It’s a great feeling for the whole club, the team, the fans, everyone." Wayne Rooney after his penalty at Blackburn clinched the title.

"I think this lad’s going to be a star, I really do. I think he’s going to be somebody who could potentially be a captain of Manchester United in the future." Gary Neville spots the promise in new signing Phil Jones.

"Scholes is a player of a lifetime. In his 20 years at the club it’s hard to pick out a bad game. He was such a great, consistent player for us but hopefully we can replace him." Sir Alex ponders life after Paul Scholes.

"You can replace any player, especially at a club like Manchester United, with a great manager like Alex Ferguson. Every time a player leaves, you think the club won’t win any more. But they still do." Eric Cantona returns to Manchester to deliver his verdict.

"That’s one dream I’ve got: to be the best in the world. But I don’t let it frustrate me. I’m not like: ‘I have to be the best in the world’, because I have other priorities like winning trophies with the team." Nani sets himself lofty targets.

2011: The Reds’ Year

What a year has it been!

It’s been an eventful 2011 in Manchester United’s world.
In an exciting climax to last season, the Reds have made histroy.
Let’s look back at some of the greatest memories the past year has harbored: 

- Rooney’s overhead kick against Manchester City
- A record-breaking 19th title success
- Going to the Champions League final again
- Scholes, Neville and Van der Sar say farewell 
- The arrivals of De Gea, Jones and Young
- Carling Cup debuts for United’s new breed
- An 8-2 thrashing of Arsenal
- Sir Alex’s 25th anniversary in charge

An amazing year, an amazing team!

Wishing all Reds a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year 2012, which can, hopefully be even greater than 2011!
Champ19ns, Bel19ve 

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