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United - More on Rodwell!

The red-tops are refusing to let the rumour drop!

Despite your insistence, via the comments threads, that Jack Rodwell will not be allowed to leave Goodison Park, the red-tops are insistent that United will be making a £15 million bid to test their resolve.

David Moyes, who has done a marvelous job at Everton and who is possibly in the frame as a future United manager, continues to insist that Rodwell will be staying but his words are starting to have a look of indecision about them, are they not,

"Are we susceptible? Of course we are, because people look at us and think, 'We can go to Everton and take their best players."

"But as far as we`re concerned, Jack will be here next season."


Well the red-tops suspect differently!

As for me, I`ll sit and wait and see how this rumour matures!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday May 20 2010
Time: 6:00PM

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Comments

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I guess we all would like to see him at OT,he has everything that we would like to see in a player,i.e.,talent,versatile,young,english and he can still improve but in the end its up to the player and ofcourse Everton if they are willing to sell.
Antriksh (abmtd)
20/05/2010 18:27:00
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We have to surely convince him that he will be more or less a part of the first team and if we can offer him that then there is a chance of us getting him.Playing at the highest level would improve any player and playing in the CL is another thing that we could offer him and that should be another attraction to him.
Antriksh (abmtd)
20/05/2010 18:33:00
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At that age he already seems at a higher level than Gibson, just being here should be incentive enough for the player!
elvido
20/05/2010 18:50:00
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is he another turncoat, just like Rooney?
merlin
20/05/2010 19:06:00
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Is there any young player who wouldnt want to be just like rooney?
tuscan3000
20/05/2010 19:55:00
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United are a sinking ship and any decent players will be snapped up by City or Chelsea. Rodwell is going nowhere, he will remain an Everton player for the rest of his brilliant career. Rooney will be jealous of him. United fans think their purple patch will last forever but I have news for you, your ageing side is on its way down, you have no money, your in millions of pounds worth of debt and your manager won't last forever.
blueboyjohn1
20/05/2010 21:35:00
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Hey BJ, why don't you ***** off so us United fans can talk about penny pinching and Geriatrics? Idiots, same ***** everyday....
elvido
21/05/2010 04:06:00
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Where are people getting this ageing side stuff from? Two seconds with google would tell you that there are only a handful of sides in the league who have a younger average than ours. Thats without considering the fact that our average age is heavily skewed by a 40 year old goalkeeper and 3 players over 35 who might not make the bench if our first team were fit. I'm actually wondering if this BJ guy can read. Show me a premier league team who isnt in debt, or one that has a manager that will last forever.
tuscan3000
21/05/2010 04:24:00
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lol to think Fergie actually said that we are an aeging side.. turns out he wanted to deflect attention from his ancient side. Chelsea aren't in debt, Tuscan and so aren't Citeh and Tottenham.
JT_daniel
21/05/2010 08:24:00
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ooooh, JT back to the same tune eh? i have a bigger bicep, so who gives a *****? whether we are in debt or not has not made a difference to titles till now, we thought you should have it this year, good faith and a fair league all that.... You are an ageing side and we are in debt, we both agree to that. Also you were better this year but we have been better throughout the league's history. So if there's a hat-trick from the Blues we can start comparing scars.
elvido
21/05/2010 15:48:00
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