Manchester United's Nemanja Matic: 'Premier League title race is not over'

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"We go to their place first and we know we'll have to perform just how Manchester United can perform and, if we get a good result over there, hopefully we can bring them back to Old Trafford and do the business and qualify".

Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic said on Saturday that Manchester United are not out of the race for the English Premier League (EPL) title but they have to win every match to remain in contention.

"There are no easy games in the last 16 and I've said before that, whichever team plays against Manchester United, is always motivated and it's the same in Europe".

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The former Crystal Palace manager continued, "he has fantastic attributes as a centre-half and I think he's learning".

Ahmed Hegazi's agent says the defender is happy at West Bromwich Albion after Alan Pardew confirmed the club are in talks to make his loan move permanent. Then that's another trophy. His targets and what he does are about winning.

Sir Alex Ferguson was given an incredible end to his glittering managerial career as Manchester United conceded three goals in the last 10 minutes to draw 5-5 with West Brom in 2013.

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"Obviously when he comes back, for sure we are going to be stronger because as you know he has a lot of quality and he is very important to the club".

Pardew also admires Mourinho for what he gets most criticised for, shutting teams down to grind out a result, which the Baggies managed to do to clinch a 0-0 draw at Liverpool on Wednesday. This is a side that started well but with a change of manager and the players out of form, it is starting to look quite tough.

Games are coming thick and fast over the coming couple of weeks and Valencia insists the Christmas calendar always represents a great opportunity to pick up plenty of points, while hoping others drop some.

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