Date: 30th October 2012 at 11:31am
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Michael Carrick insists the focus has shifted from Chelsea to Arsenal, as the aftermath of Sunday’s game is still felt.

Manchester United beat Chelsea in controversial circumstances at Stamford Bridge for the first time in 10 years, and whilst it is an achievement United cannot dwell on the win as Arsenal come to Old Trafford on Saturday.

So whilst the press and fans still discuss the game at Chelsea and Mark Clatterburg, Carrick says Manchester United have their eyes firmly set on the task of beating Arsenal on Saturday:

“It’s important to win, especially against your rivals.

“The likes of Liverpool and Chelsea – Arsenal next week – it’s important.

“They are the games – obviously there are other games – but it is important you take points off the teams that you see as your rivals.

“That’s why the Chelsea win was so important and next week is just as important.”


2 responses to “No Let Up As Carrick Eyes Arsenal”

  1. Adam Busby says:

    So Carrick thinks MU have a divine right to win every game and trophy. I hope it happens.Then we will have England like Scotland ,where only Rangers and Celtic matter.
    The former have gone bust. Yeah I know MU’s sponsorship deals are the riches. But don’t bank on it. One day MU will go the way fo Rangers when the winning stops.

    • Chudi says:

      That’s quite a rant, considering he said nothing of the sort!

      Decent scenario you laid out there in terms of Ranger but one massive oversight, there is no guarantee United will stop winning unless you know something I don’t?