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What The Hell Did United Players Eat On Friday?!

Maybe the heat brought it on, or something is going around the place. That's what Sir Alex Ferguson said when asked about Evra and Nani vomiting during the Spurs game. But it wasn't really that hot - and I don't want to be racist but I would not expect a Portuguese and a Frenchman of African origins to be the worst affected by heat...

So I suggest that we have to be careful with catering in the last two weeks of the campaign; after all, we're harbouring hopes of snatching an unlikely title success from Chelsea's grasp and it would be a real bummer if we had these dreams crushed by food, as Spurs were undone by dodgy lasagna when they had a real chance of getting that coveted fourth place in 2006.

I liked the way Nani pulled himself together though. It was fun to watch him throwing up one moment then chasing a ball with all the speed and effort he could muster the next.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 26 2010

Time: 4:43PM

Your Comments

Maybe they were reminded of the smacker Neville landed on Scholesy?!
elvido
Either way, it was an early barf for both of them!
Royston
slices of humble pie or sour grapes perhaps!
merlin
I thought that was the main course with you Chavs! Definitely got enough the last three years!
elvido
There have been cases of the Norovirus doing the rounds in Manchester, suspect that was the most likely cause of the spewing on the pitch. Not pleasant, and I certainly wouldn't want to run around in the sun for 90 minutes (98 if manu are losing ;-) but for an elite athlete it's not a complete show stopper. Whouldn't want to have to make a last-ditch sliding tackle in "that" patch though!
fifthcolumnblue
 

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