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This Is What Manchester Lads Dream Of

This Is What Manchester Lads Dream Of

I don't think there's a single committed United fan out there who never wished he could score a screamer in front of Stretford End and then run off to celebrate with the fans. Danny Welbeck is no different but he could realise his dream.

The 18-year-old Longsight boy scored an absolutely brilliant goal as United pulverized Stoke City.

"Scoring in front of the Stretford End is what every young boy from Manchester dreams of. I loved it. I wouldn`t say I`ve dreamt about it, but I`ve thought about it every day of my life ever since I started playing football. There`s nothing better."

"I got the ball on the edge of the centre-circle and I knew Ryan Shawcross was behind me. I played a one-two with Manucho, took a touch and just thought, 'I`m going to hit it`.

"I was just relieved to see it hit the back of the net. I`m not going to lie, I`ve seen replays of it a few times already!"

"I`m sure the manager will help me keep my feet on the ground but I`m quite level-headed anyway, so I`ll just take it all in my stride. I just want more opportunities. It`s made me hungry for more.'

'Playing with these players in the first team - there`s no better experience. I`m willing to learn and improve as much as I can as a player."


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Writer:Zae
Date:Sunday November 16 2008
Time: 1:25AM

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worthless garbage. stop copying and pasting articles.
illtight69
16/11/2008 01:54:00
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welbeck scored a cracking goal against stoke yesterday
matth01
16/11/2008 15:41:00
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you dont think i know that? im telling Zae to stop copying and pasting news articles that are up on every website including manutd.com, telegraph.co.uk, etc. this website is here so you can contribute original articles, not copy and paste ***** and pretend like youre a ******** journalist.
illtight69
17/11/2008 04:19:00
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Really?.... i thought all manc lads spend their years continually dreaming of emulating all of Liverpools records. Like the rest of Manchester United. Still behind on all fronts , even with Liverpool taking a break.
I Bling Red
18/11/2008 12:40:00
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