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Sam Allardyce thinks Fergie's achievements at MUFC are way better than what city have done so far

“I’m not so sure they beat Fergie yet.

“Fergie won the Premier League three times on the trot [he actually did this twice: 1998-2001 and 2006-2009] and won the treble.

“If you talk about the fact Man City are very close, I’d agree with that, but I don’t think they’re quite Manchester United.

“You forget how great they were in the past, how big the challenges were at the time and how good their players were.

“And I’m not so sure the lower end of the Premier League is quite as good as they used to be in the early 2000s.

"Personally, I think the teams were a lot stronger in the lower half of the Premier League than they are now.”