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'My Dream Is To Play For Manchester United'

'My Dream Is To Play For Manchester United'

The regular English football fan knows little about Angel di María. If he's a Football Manager fanatic, then he'll probably know he's a freaking god in the last two or three versions of the game but that's about it. If he's an Everton fan, well, then he'll know what he can do to a defence.

Benfica's young winger is, apparently, keen on joining Manchester United even though nothing suggests that we are interested in him. But the News of the World quotes him and they are always right, aren't they? Oh.

"Since I was 13 or 14 years old, I`ve been telling my mother and my father that my dream is to play some day for Manchester United,' he said.

"And I won`t stop till I get it.

"When I watch Rooney and all of them on TV, I can`t wait to play there at Old Trafford.

"When I was a little boy I watched Arsenal games as well, but Manchester United always dazzled me most.'


Wow. This sort of dedication is nice to hear but who would be surprised if next week Marca revealed that Di María's actual dream club were Real Madrid? And in any case, another Argie? We had no luck with the previous three I'm afraid although trends are there to be bucked.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday November 17 2009
Time: 9:06PM

Comments

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I really see no place for a "potential" on the wings. Unless we go buy some one established for the left i would rather we give the youngsters already waiting in the wings. We do have, world quality or not, Park, Valencia, Nani, Obertan, Giggs, Tosic, Cleverly and can also use Fletcher, Wellbeck, Hargo, Gibson and even the twins on the wings. Assuming that we are not going to be thinking of a best XI but more a best squad, I guess we have more quality than needed.
elvido
18/11/2009 04:52:00
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And the only established names I would rather see are Ribery or Silva. Or a punt on Juan Mata!
elvido
18/11/2009 04:53:00
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No thanks he reminds me of nani and i really don't want another one.
khoder
18/11/2009 08:09:00
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I guess it must be the matching manure duvet cover and pyjama sets that get 13 year old Argentinian lads all hot and bothered over the mighty rags Hats off to the reds, your marketing department is light years ahead of anyone elses.
fifthcolumnblue
18/11/2009 14:25:00
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fcb, it's actually our sexy football and gleaming trophy cabinet, unlike the Yacht ride that Roman provides your mercenaries with!
elvido
19/11/2009 03:10:00
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fcb's a City fan elvido, if he isn't then i've been insulting the wrong team :P
One United 92
19/11/2009 07:51:00
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One United 92, my bad, either way, the mercenaries tag is still on, so is the trophies bit, considering that they are Trying to be Chelski II.
elvido
19/11/2009 11:36:00
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Oh, yea totaly agree with the comment. Just pointing out some people are pretty petty and pick out the tiniest points to demean your comment. City are getting to big for their pants and will soon implode.
One United 92
19/11/2009 18:54:00
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di maria, might as well atleast swap him for Nani.
One United 92
20/11/2009 08:52:00
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