Sir Alex Ferguson: Manchester United will not be complacent

Sir Alex Ferguson says Premier League leaders Manchester United will not be complacent after their advantage was cut to 12 points following Monday's 2-1 defeat by Manchester City.
United held an eight-point lead over City last term before losing the title on goal difference on the final day.
But they are still favourites to regain the crown with seven games left.
"If you look at our history over the years we always make it difficult for ourselves," said United boss Ferguson.

"The supporters are hanging on the edge of their seats every year. It is a 12-point lead, we go to Stoke at the weekend and we will have a go."


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