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Smalling Couldn't Resist The World's Biggest Club

Smalling Couldn't Resist The World's Biggest Club

Chris Smalling signed a four-year deal with Manchester United today after successfully completing his medical. The Fulham defender will join us from next season.

Sir Alex Ferguson: 'Chris is an extremely talented young defender, who we have been monitoring for some months. He is very quick and reads the game well. He will be a great asset to the club, playing alongside some of the best defenders around and we are delighted to have secured his signature.'

Smalling himself, meanwhile, talked about why he did not hesitate for a moment to accept United's offer.

'Joining Manchester United is an unbelievable opportunity for me. The chance of coming to the biggest club in the world is something I just couldn't turn down. I am excited about working with Sir Alex and the fantastic players in his squad.'

I like the kid already!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday January 28 2010
Time: 10:32PM

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Lets hope he lives up to the expectations that we all have for him!
niteworlok
28/01/2010 22:51:00
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Well he hasn't made a wrong decision in coming here,hopefully he will be another superstar for us but we should wait and give him time to settle in at our club.
Antriksh (abmtd)
29/01/2010 06:04:00
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Yeah right.. *smirk*
JT_daniel
29/01/2010 06:32:00
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lol - Chelski scum JT - at least we can get transfer targets ;)
niteworlok
29/01/2010 07:10:00
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