Manchester United: 2006/07 Premiership Champions

Manchester United have clinched their first Premiership title since 2003 following Chelsea’s 1-1 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

The result means United are seven points clear at the top of the table with just two games left to play.

Gilberto put Arsenal ahead from the penalty spot but Michael Essien equalised for 10-man Chelsea.

United’s success means boss Sir Alex Ferguson has won the Premiership nine times during his 21-year reign.

View: MANUTD.COM | BBC Sport

One thought on “Manchester United: 2006/07 Premiership Champions”

  1. Should there be a Salary Cap in Football?
    Personally I think there should be! It’s just getting to be stupid money in football at the top of the premiership!
    It’s always the same teams at the top proving that football success is based purely on money which ruins the idea of it being a sport! They’ve done it in rugby, basketball, hockey and American football and it makes the sports more competitive and better to watch!
    I do a little Football Betting Online from time to time and most matches don’t hold much surprise who is going to win, its boring! I want to see a team at the bottom pulling off an amazing season beating last seasons winners in a close fought battle!
    Make things fair! It shouldn’t be about money!

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