Manchester United FC v Real Madrid CF

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Win an Exclusive UEFA Champions League Experience with Ford

Ford is offering you and two friends the opportunity to experience the excitement of the UEFA Champions League LIVE.

Simply answer the following question and you could win 3 tickets to see Manchester United FC v Real Madrid CF at Old Trafford on Wednesday 5th March 2013.

The UEFA Champions League features the best of the best on the ultimate stage which is why Ford is proud to have been the competition's official vehicle supplier for 20 years.

To find out more about Ford and the UEFA Champions League visit www.ford.co.uk

Please note that tickets will be located in the 'home' section of the stadium.

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 27th February 2013 23:23

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Question: Which of the following high profile players did Manchester United FC sell to Real Madrid CF in 2009?

Please provide an up to date contact number. This number will only be used to contact you if you have won.

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