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Saha Loves The United Doctors!

Saha Loves The United Doctors!

Louis Saha is planning to stay at Manchester United unless the club tells him he's not needed here.

I still maintain that Saha could have been brilliant for us had he been fully fit for the most part of the last few seasons. But it wasn't to be and many fans, myself included think that it's time to sell him, let him get to know other club doctors as well.

But he does not wish to leave, or at least not until the club talks to him.

'There is nothing on the agenda until the club says otherwise," one of Saha`s advisors said.

"At the end of the season, the club told Louis to report back for pre-season training and he is now on holiday.'

I'm grateful that at least he's not shooting his mouth off in the press but waiting quietly for the events to unfold. It is something I appreciate more than anything these days... I REALLY hope he does find a club where he will score many goals and be successful. Really.

Writer:Zae
Date:Monday June 9 2008
Time: 12:21PM

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I hope he stays. He is a fantastic marksman in front of goal and being out for so long won't have changed that. Wherever he is next season he will score goals, why not for united?
skylab
09/06/2008 16:07:00
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No no no LOUIS SAHA stays! He brings a lot of things Tevez and Rooney don't have. He's good in the air, strong and does have a bit of pace. HE STAYS
ForeverUnited
09/06/2008 18:34:00
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He's such a great character. Never complains or causes trouble. Acknowledges Man Us right to sell him because of his injuries without complaints, but still wants to give his all at Man U. A true Devil if you ask me. Just for that i want us to keep him and give him another chance, or a nice comfy bed at the clinic:D hehe. Go on Louie!!! So them what u ve got like Sep06-Dec07
alexpant
09/06/2008 20:31:00
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If only he stayed fit he would be one of if not the best striker in the world.
rooneyisgod
09/06/2008 20:49:00
0
Saha plus money for Huntelaar a no no?
Paulinho
10/06/2008 05:21:00
0
Why Paulinho?
united4life
10/06/2008 13:05:00
0
Huntelaar is slow and static, and technically average. I believe he will be exposed in a big league...
midlothian99
10/06/2008 14:21:00
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Louis Saha's great when he's fit - put him in front of goal, and he'll invariably score. The only problem is, he never is! We'd be better off with Berbatov or Santa Cruz.
Man utd champions
10/06/2008 16:07:00
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poacher in the box, can't deny Huntelaar is good at that. Its what United need. He doesnt need to track back, hes a CF. I say this because Benzema is far to much money. Although Eto'o.....
Paulinho
10/06/2008 20:04:00
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Also, Hunt would be good off the bench considering Rooney and Tevez are the main forwards for the team. You dont want someone coming in who will disrubt that.
Paulinho
10/06/2008 20:06:00
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