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United`s Little Pea Off the Mark!

Okay, we may have been slightly mistaken when our source suggested that our new signing, Javier Hernandez, would start against France, but wasn`t the wait worth while?

Coming on as a substitute Javier took less than ten minutes to make his mark on the match.

With the game deadlocked at 0-0, the striker christened Little Pea raced clear of the static French defence to put Mexico 1-0 up, in a fixture they were to go on to win 2-0 and leave the French on the edge of elimination.

Speaking about his first goal in the World Cup Finals, Javier, remarked to the worlds press,

"I am so proud to have scored the goal and when I was sitting in the dressing room after the game I was thinking about my grandfather`s achievement more than 50 years ago."

"I have not spoken to him or any other members of my family yet but I know they will all be very happy."

"I am very happy to be joining Manchester United and am looking forward to moving there son."

"But right now I am thinking 100 per cent about Mexico and the World Cup, of beating Uruguay in our next game and going as far as we can in this competition."


Could Javier help propel Mexico to the knockout stages, I certainly wouldn`t bet against it!

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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 18 2010

Time: 10:16AM

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gotta say, in my best Andy Townsend voice, he looked a little too fragile for the Premier League!
merlin
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18/06/2010 11:53:00

I've seen him get crunched in a few games and he keeps coming back for more which is a good sign. He'll need to add some muscle, but our work in that department with the likes of Ronaldo, Nani and Anderson speaks for itself. If the likes of Owen, SWP and Lennon can survive in the PL the little pea will have no problems.
tuscan3000
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18/06/2010 14:10:00

His persistency will cause trouble for any defense also he barely had anything of the ball in the time he was on thus showing how clinical he is when he does he get it.
TheFamousNo7
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19/06/2010 11:46:00

Not as wary as I was about him coming here anymore, excellent finish!
elvido
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20/06/2010 05:13:00

 

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