United missed out to the Londoners by a point to relinquish the crown they had held for the previous three seasons.
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Speaking to Inside United, Ferguson said: 'Next season we'll go againand bring back the title to the best place in the world. We'll come back next year, that's exactly what Manchester United do.'
The United manager also claimed that Chelsea were fortunate to win the title citing back to the two sides' clash at Stamford Bridge back inNovember.
Chelsea won the game 1-0 courtesy of a debatable free-kick which Ferguson described as a focal point in the season.
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'Perhaps crucially the decision down at Stamford Bridge was a bad oneagainst us and that's maybe swung the whole title around if you think about it.'
Ferguson also added that his biggest disappointment of the season wasfailing in the Champions League after Bayern Munich knocked his side out in the quarter-finals.
'I look at the European Cup as our biggest disappointment. We should have been in the final. We were the better team and played fantastic here (at Old Trafford), we just didn't have the luck on the night and that's what can happen in football. You need a bit of luck.'
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