Manchester City celebrate, Manchester United Congratulate
Manchester City fans don’t care if anyone calls them ostentatious and audacious for they will continue to happily sing:
“Can you Manchester United sing, I can’t hear a *ucking thing.”
The reason for all this fuss you might have guessed already but for those of you who are illiterate to the world of soccer or haven’t heard about the news yet let me rewind and tell you that Manchester City have won the English Premier League title… Finally!!
It took 44 long years for the “Blue Moon” to rise this time but they have done so in emphatic fashion. Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has hailed the impact Manchester City fans had on their season and has admitted it took a lot of effort into competing against Manchester United for the English Premier League title.
After being called “the noisy neighbors” Manchester City’s archrivals, Manchester United have admitted the dominance of Manchester City in the English Premier League. Many experts and fans would still lambast against Manchester City for being a club that was created through money rather than glory, which is true, but Manchester City has played superbly in the English Premier League this season and for that reason their triumph should be appreciated.
Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson has congratulated Manchester City for their win although the Scotsman maintains his club played impressively throughout the season. Manchester United was struck down by a midfield and injury crisis in the middle of the season in spite of which they were drawn alongside Manchester City with 89 points on the final day of the English Premier League.
Therefore, Manchester City won the title on goal difference and even that so in the dying moments of the season against Queens Park Rangers.
“We take great credit from the fact that we have had so many injuries this season and we've coped with that very well,” Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson said in a press conference. “They are only young players, it was excellent for them," Ferguson said on Sunday, offering a silver lining to the club's fans who have no trophy to celebrate for the first time since 2005.
“They've experienced what has happened today and they'll be around in five, six or 10 years time for Manchester United. The experience is good for them, even if it's a bad one,” the legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson added.
Further the manager, who has led Manchester United to their 20th English Premier League and has been in charge of Old Trafford for over 25 years congratulated Manchester City for winning the English Premier League title.
“I would like to say on behalf of Manchester United, congratulations to our neighbors,” Sir Alex Ferguson said. “It is a fantastic achievement to win the Premier League, it's not easy to win, it's the hardest league in the world and anyone that wins it deserves it.”
The Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson also hailed his men for the efforts they put in attempting to win the season.
“It was a cruel way but we've experienced many ups and downs in the 25 years that I've been here and most of them have been great moments. We have won the league three times in the last five seasons and we nearly did it again today.
“I'm pleased with their performance this season. With 89 points, it would have been good enough to win most leagues.”