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12/05/2008 12:19, Report by Matthew Cleary

Fans savour title success

United's worldwide fanbase have their say on the club's record tenth Premier League crown.

Here are a few of the comments posted on our message board, manutd.com/talkingreds...

Tosh_the_red:
"Congrats to all at our beloved club.... We will beat the Blues in Moscow and get the double... Ryan to be KNIGHTED..."

Marcus Heinen:
"Well done to Sir Alex Ferguson and the team for retaining the championship. I hope you guys win plenty more in the future. You couldn’t have written a better ending to the day, United winning 2-0 and Chelsea drawing 1-1. Big cheers to Bolton! Now for the Champions League - come on lads, we know you can do it. All the best from a big fan in Cork, Ireland."

Mufc king:
"Before we even kicked a ball it looked safe as houses that we were certainly were going to be Premiership champions for the 10th time. Wigan gave us a game but Ferdinand and his heroic men turned on the style to secure that win, now bring on Chelsea in the final."

Unbiased:
"What can I say but congratulations to our great team, our great manager, our great assistant manager, our great coaching squad and all the other great people attached to United - thank you for another entertaining season."

Andy Yeo:
"Yes, we've finally been crowned Champions again. What a great penalty from Ronaldo and a goal by Giggs on the day he reached the same number of appearances as Sir Bobby Charlton. Congratulations to Sir Alex for his 10th Premier League title."

TommyLee:
"I'm so proud to support this team. Chelsea only managed a draw, while our goal difference just shows how much better our attacking play is! That's our style - flamboyant. This is well deserved for Sir Alex Ferguson, he built his third team and led it to back to back trophies. I wish him and all the team luck in the Champions League final. That would be a fitting trophy to such a formidable team. Go Go Reds!!!"

The comments posted on our message board do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Manchester United.

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