Friday, September 16, 2011

Darren Fletcher: Never inscribe off Chelsea

Posted by Admin On 10:27 AM

Darren Fletcher has warned his Manchester United team-mates to beware a Chelsea side nursing a bruised ego at Old Trafford on Sunday. Andre Villas-Boas makes his first visit to United as Blues boss having presided over a decent start to the movement, which has yielded 10 points from a possible 12.
Yet that return has been completely eclipse by the stellar form of both United and Manchester City, who both head into the weekend with 100% records and a massive benefit in goal difference.
Having been ignored so much, the Scotland captain believes the Londoners will head north aiming to make a significant declaration themselves.I think so,said Fletcher, when asked if a team so used to challenging for top honors could be piqued because they are being unnoticed.
They started last season on fire and ultimately did not win the league, so you have to be careful.Chelsea is a top side, with a lot of experience. They have a new executive and have brought in some younger, fresher, thrilling players.
It is a tough Premier League. Although the two Manchester clubs have started chiefly well, the other teams are going to be dangerous.After making eight changes for the midweek trip to Benfica, the inclusion of Fletcher for only the second time since March amongst them, Ferguson is unsurprising to revert back to the side which demolishes Bolton at the Reebok Stadium.
David de Gea has already been promised a recall, whilst Anderson, Ashley Young, Nani and Javier Hernandez are surrounded by those likely to return. Fletcher has no qualms about youth being given its head in such an important game.


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