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United - Hernandez to Start!

Tonight could be the night!

Our sources suggest that after playing no more than a cameo roll in the opening World Cup fixture, against South Africa, our new signing is set to start tonight.

Javier Hernandez is, if our sources are correct, ready to start against the might of the French side tonight as Mexico go for broke.

Speaking about his young talent, the Mexican coach, Carlo Reinoso has remarked,

"He`s different, scores and is very quick. Speed is very important at this level and Hernadez can be lethal."

So sit back, tune into BBC1 and see if young Javier can put one over the likes of Evra and Gallas.

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday June 17 2010
Time: 11:52AM

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Well from what i've seen he's much better than Vela who seems to some how get the nod over him. Looking forward to see how he works Evra.
TheFamousNo7
17/06/2010 17:01:00
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We should have a better idea of how he will fare against good defenders.
elvido
17/06/2010 17:29:00
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Well, he didn't start but he certainly finished well!

He's got bags of pace, really good awareness of his team mates, good touch and movement, he's got composure, he can finish, he can certainly take a kicking without crying about it and he isnt as small as was made out (a bit shorter than gallas). Other than the fact that we currently dont have any players with the vision or ability to pick out his runs regularly - there is no reason why he shouldn't be a success. His whole family is coming with him so if he can settle he could be a really good player for us.
tuscan3000
17/06/2010 22:00:00
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