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United - Berbatov Stays!

For those who suspected that Dimitar Berbatov would be heading out of Old Trafford this summer, think again.

Sir Alex Ferguson has given the biggest indication that the Bulgarian is staying put, in the tabloids this morning, by remarking,

"There`s speculation every year and we`ve got to live with that hype. We know Dimitar is a good player and he will be with us next year."

Words backed by Berbatov`s agent who commented,

"Sir Alex has told us that his future still lies with Manchester United."

Looks like that`s sorted then!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday May 21 2010
Time: 1:11PM

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So, Burp-flop wants another season? What a joke, for 30.75 million. Sure, go on all you want about Sheva. But for one who's already adapted to the PL, who was supposed to be that "last piece of jigsaw" in the team- Definitely a flop. Sheva was a flop, yes. But he had the misfortune of playing really rarely, getting a constant cold shoulder from the manager and problems adaptng to a new league! Hell, atleast Sheva sold a LOT of shirts.. around 60% of his outrageous transfer fee was recovered merely by shirt sales and his commercial deals. He's no more in the top 10 transfers of all time, too- BurpFlop's 10th now, replaces Sheva. 30.75 million? Daniel Levy must be laughing his guts out. You could've moved for Benzema before Real Madrid.
JT_daniel
21/05/2010 13:39:00
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Amen, JT_Daniel. Berbaflop is a worse transfer than possibly even Veron, Shevchenko and Forlan. Somewhere, on a secluded private island fortress in the middle of the ocean, Levy is having one he'll of a last laugh.
DubaiSpur
21/05/2010 13:42:00
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berbatov will score 20 in prem next season. mark my words. would any of you get against it?????
black-messi
21/05/2010 14:52:00
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i dnt think its berbatovs fault. this is one of the weakest united sides for years. and chelsea still only just pipped em
black-messi
21/05/2010 14:54:00
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No problem,he can still play a part,a bit more commitment on his side can still turn things around.I guess we should play him as a No.10 instead of leading the line.Give him the freedom to express himself.His creativity can still help us if we make him focus on that.Let him be a player who can link the midfield with our strikers,I really feel strongly about this,he has the tricks,vision,doesn't lose possession and has that bit of pace which can catch the defence out as we saw against Stoke and Sunderland.We can use him in a different way which can seriously be effective.
Antriksh (abmtd)
21/05/2010 15:01:00
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Pls. don't even start about sheva.He was once the most lethal striker in europe and then was turned into a laughing-stock at Chelsea.Give me Berba over Sheva on any day of the week.
Antriksh (abmtd)
21/05/2010 15:07:00
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Id love him back at Spurs, hes exactly what we need upfront
HuddersfieldYiddo
21/05/2010 15:14:00
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Berba wasnt really that bad over the course of the season. 17 goals in 34 starts is ok. He let us and himself down when rooney was out as he missed some REALLY good chances. If we had a midfielder that could support a lone striker, or wingers who could score - it would help berbas game a lot more. He is a link man, but when he plays lone striker - he has no one to link up with. If the opportunity to bring in a striker who can operate from the wings presents itself - then I wouldnt mind replacing berba. But I dont think we should just dump him for any striker we can get - he isnt THAT bad. No top target man is going to want to come here and sit on the bench - and there isnt anyone available who is good enough to take Rooneys spot.
tuscan3000
21/05/2010 15:30:00
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Love the player, hate the fact that he has fueled the fire this season, still think he can bring a lot more to the team and next year I am sure he will be given more chances. And I agree with Tuscan, can't see many strikers wanting to play second fiddle to Rooney. And he isn't bad at all, just his price has given idiots a chance to rant.
elvido
21/05/2010 15:45:00
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black messi, the fact that this is united's weakest side is exactly why they needed berbatov to deliver more than ever. it is easier to play when the side is strong, but when the chips are down, that's when world quality players come through. you will notice that berba scores in easier games but when the games become more important i.e. key CL games, EPL games etc., berba dissappears.
hardcore_spurs
21/05/2010 16:02:00
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