The Champions League games this past midweek saw Manchester United knocked out of the tournament by Sevilla. A club ex Manchester Unuted player Ray Wilkins had labelled one that would be in the bottom six of the Premier League and which Paul Scholes had dismissed as one United would beat comfortably.
What is it about the blinkered, little Island mentality of the English (not the British) that makes them think the best football in the world is only played in England, that all those foreign teams, with the exception of Barcelona and Real Madrid, are "ordinary" and that they would . . .
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