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Man Utd's Ferguson relaxed about facing Premiership opposition

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was relaxed about the possibility of meeting Premier League opposition in the quarter finals of the Champions League.

With Arsenal already there and Chelsea and Liverpool also in the frame the Old Trafford chief felt that any team in the quarter finals of this competition would be tough.

"If Liverpool get through, and I expect Chelsea to get through then there is a forty percent chance we get an English team.

"I don't think it matters who you play, I think they are all difficult games in the quarter finals.

"The main thing is we are there ourselves."

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