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Fletch Wants To Stay - He's Welcome

Fletch Wants To Stay - He's Welcome

Darren Fletcher does not wish to move to Everton for first-team football but intends to rise to the challenge at United.

I've recently written an appraisal of Fletcher and concluded that I would understand his desire for regular action but would be sad to see him leave. Needn't have worried it seems.

"You just learn to deal with that (transfer speculation) as your time progresses here.

"The most important thing is you`re focused on Manchester United. Unless someone tells you otherwise, that`s what you do."

"To play in more matches than last season, that`s obviously the target each season,"
he said.

"You do your bit, you`re patient and you`ve got to wait for your chance. I`ll be ready to take my chance when it comes and I`ll hopeful play a few more matches."

'Competition for places is always going to be at Manchester United.'

"It`s something you`ve got to rise to."



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Writer:Zae
Date:Saturday July 12 2008
Time: 9:37AM

Comments

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great news!!
Reddevils4ever89
12/07/2008 09:58:00
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even though he is not as good as Nicky Butt was,I'm glad that we are not going to lose another very good squad man.
SweetLeftFoot
12/07/2008 11:27:00
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very good professional. a sucessful team needs players like fletch and o'shea
united4life
12/07/2008 12:48:00
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Happy to sit on the bench and keep it warm, for the reserves that is...............
Tiny T
13/07/2008 18:25:00
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Get him to feck he's useless lads! get veloso he can warm the bench!
manutd4eva
14/07/2008 20:04:00
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