SIR Alex Ferguson's plan to reign over English football for one thousand terrible years continues apace as Manchester United won their 18th league title.
Receiving the Premier League trophy in the club's Palace of Victories, the manager announced that the youth academy, scouting system and wage structure will 'secure United's dominion over all mankind for 500 glorious generations of noble blood'.
Ferguson also dismissed talk of retirement, insisting: "Not until we have tamed the Seven Seas and our Palace of Victories is filled to its mighty domed ceiling with golden crowns and we have to build a new Palace of Victories so big it will make the first one seem cowardly and lacking in vigour."
With his booming voice echoing down the ages, he added: "And a couple more European Cups would be nice too."
Ferguson also pledged to rebuild Manchester as a shimmering marble city of wide boulevards, grand museums and gigantic golden statues of Sammy McIlroy and Jim Leighton.
He said: "Our army of loyal supporters will gaze in wonder at what we have wrought, whenever they are visiting from London."
But Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez continued to insist that United were not the best team in England, adding: "They got more points than us. And they have a stronger squad. And a larger stadium. A bigger fan base? Certainly. But let me ask you this – do they have Ngog? No, they do not."
Benitez also claimed that Belgium was wider than China and that Andrei Voronin is lighter than a bag of peas.
Meanwhile Ferguson is now preparing for the Champion's League final against Barcelona as winger Cristiano Ronaldo continued looking at luxury penthouse apartments in the centre of Madrid for no reason whatsoever.
BBC football pundit Tom Logan said: "It's the dream final everyone wanted. Except it's one of those horrible dreams where you're naked, you're being chased by giant sharks with legs and United score in the eighth minute of injury time."