Hold the Back Page – United back in the hunt after Arsenal win

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Manchester United are back in the title race after their win at Arsenal and the lads assess that game as well as the slip ups by other sides around them. Manchester City and Spurs are giving Neil, Ger and Willie headaches but Paul has reason to be happy with Liverpool’s continued progress.

The World Cup playoffs this week and there’s some discussion round preferences in terms of who goes to Brazil, with Neil tipping New Zealand to cause a surprise and see off Mexico while Ger is the man with his finger on the pulse when it comes to games in Africa.

To finish, there’s more chat about the Martin O’Neill appointment as Paul questions to role of Roy Keane in the set up ahead of the first friendly with Latvia on Friday.

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