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'A Dream Come True'

Dimitar Berbatov has expressed his delight over finally securing a move to Manchester United, and his new boss Sir Alex described his arrival as a key signing.

'Joining Manchester United is a dream come true for me,' said Berbatov who, well, let's admit it, desperately fought for this transfer.

'I look forward to playing my part in helping this club win more honours in the years to come.'

Sir Alex was delighted as well though in the end Spurs were refused to be bullied, Berbatov's sulking did not force them into a corner and they squeezed out the full price from us. Doesn't matter now.

'This is a key signing. Dimitar is one of the best and most exciting strikers in world football.

'His style and ability will give the team a different dimension and I`m sure he will be a popular player with the fans.'


So be it. Welcome, Dimitar!

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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday September 2 2008
Time: 12:48AM

Comments

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just goes to show manure wanted him all along. manure fans laughed last season and season before when reports came out that there was interest in him. manure are a disgrace....at least the blue half of manchester will now have its time! Manure will be struggling for 3rd / 4th spot behind arsenal! HA
silent_but_ledley
02/09/2008 01:03:00
0
But we're not bitter ;-)
Tom_Yoof
02/09/2008 01:08:00
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ur a disgrace u will get whats comming to you, an to every man u fan enjoy hes sulks when he does no t get picked when he dooes not play well when the ball is not played to him etc and not forgettin when he does not chase back wonder how tevez an rooney will feel about that. other then that hes a great player..............watch out for hes time of the month..........hes worse then a bloody woman
123spurs
02/09/2008 01:13:00
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Im so glad this is over and you finally payed up big time. hes a great player but it will all end in tears if Pros like Ruud Van Nistelrooy and Beckhma suffer the wrath of Fergie then what the hell with Berbatov do lol hes like a woman. I still like you slightly better than the rest of the top4 so i guess i hope you win the league..so good luck chaps.
HuddersfieldYiddo
02/09/2008 01:28:00
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Can't see berba sulking anymore now, so you will probably see the absolute best out of him again, I'm sorry to see him go but the writing was on the wall, but I'm disappointed in how the deal was strung out, you've really caused us a lot of problems by not stumping up the cash orginally, but I dont think Levy has been all that clever in this either. I'd say you are odds on for the title, and may at a push get the CL, all I ask is that you leave our club alone for the next 10 years, we really are struggling to get anywhere with you nicking our best players *sighs*
ManilaYid
02/09/2008 01:43:00
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funny that i'll be the first red to comment on this story on a united site. are tottenham fans bitter perhaps?? fantastic news for us. my dream of an attack of Rooney, Ronaldo, Tevez and Berbatov is going to happen! Amazing stuff!
Heinke
02/09/2008 02:08:00
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spurs funs are pathetic, all the last season Berbarov was named "sulk" and their favourtie was r.keane but when robbo left all these fans-spurs-haters accused Berba to be judas. no criteriion to be honest. Berba is the second Cantona...you spurs just pray not to score more the 2 goals agianst you!
medun
02/09/2008 08:57:00
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No excuses now. You must win it all!!!
storagematt
02/09/2008 09:49:00
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whats up with all the Spurs fans...they are glad to see him go, but they are as bitter as hell...something doesnt add up here. If spurs didnt want to sell they'd keep him. end of the story.
alexpant
02/09/2008 09:59:00
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I'm now seriously worried about our options going forward. Where will the goals come from? Should never have sold Dong... Not that i'm bitter... :)
Tosswink
02/09/2008 10:07:00
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