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United Beat the System?

Earlier this week we reported on how Javier Hernandez move to Old Trafford might be in jeopardy due to red-tape at the Home Office.

We were even cheeky enough to suggest that our brand name might hold some sway with an appeal of 'exceptional talent` influencing a decision.

Well we don`t want to beat our chests or anything but did we get it right?

News filtered through yesterday that the move had been finalised, that the red-tape had been brushed aside and Javier was now, officially, a United player.

Welcome to Old Trafford young man.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 28 2010

Time: 8:58AM

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Maybe the move was never really in jeopardy as the papers suggested. I think the fact that at 21 he is the best striker in a top 20 international football team probably did more for his case than our brand name. Also, once the world cup is over there'd only be a handful of international fixtures - delaying his move by a year so he could play an extra 2 or 3 games would have just been silly.
tuscan3000
There really wasnt much too worry about. Hernandez will feature heavily in Mexicos World Cup campaign and would've only been a fracion of the needed amount of games, also his obvious talents helped loads.
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