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United`s Evra in Traitor Talk!

United`s Evra in Traitor Talk!

Wouldn`t you just love to be a fly on the wall of the French dressing room!

The camp seems to be in total disarray. Nicolas Anelka has been sent home after a foul mouth tirade aimed at Raymond Domenech but still the rows rumble on.

Patrice Evra, doing his best as French captain, seems livid that matters have turned out as they have and has had a right old pop in the media today.

Evra claims that there is a traitor in the camp and that the traitor has a lot to answer for, when he remarks,

"The problem isn`t Anelka, it`s the traitor among us. It could be the players, the staff, but it`s someone within the group who wants to harm us, of that I`m sure."

Just one more game left Patrick then the nightmare will be over and you can become a United player again!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday June 20 2010
Time: 11:29AM

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Send him home as well he is not a leader, he has brought the greta French team to its kness with his egotistical views.
Only-Sleggin
20/06/2010 21:44:00
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What a shambles this swamp team really is? Ferdinand injured, Rooney useless and Evra rebellious.
Wswilly3
21/06/2010 11:46:00
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It seams Manchester City lacks an independent transfer strategy. One wonders why they keep on going for players that are linked to Manchester United. They keep on buying, wasting talent and dumping players. A case in point is Roque Santa Cruz, who was on the brink of joining United form Blackburn when City pounced. They took him to the Eastlands, only to let him rot on the bench! Many other players like Giorgio Chiellini, Simon Kjear, David Silva, Neven Subotic, Angel Di Maria, Luca Modric, James Milner, Jack Rodwell … to mention but a few, have attracted City’s attention just because they are linked to United! Of course not forgetting how City’s influence pushed Babertov’s transfer fee to 30.7 million pounds. Is that competition? I just can’t imagine how a team with solid intentions of challenging for EPL and CL can really be tied up in such local rivalry all the time, letting it influence all their decisions! It’s because of this that City will take really long before securing the EPL or even playing in the quarter finals of the CL. United on the other hand seams not to be bothered by City’s desperate kicks. They look to secure players who can bring them glory.
Henry Nicks Kizito
21/06/2010 11:54:00
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FFF's decision to eliminate Nicholas Anelka from the French World Cup squad is not the solution to their decimal performance so far exhibited in the ongoing tournament, neither is it the players' decision to boycott training. I am afraid, all parties have let themselves be blind-folded by "minor issues" and they are, sadly, destined for failure unless they sober up early enough to solve the real cause of the problem other than grappling with the effects. France's problem is Raymond Domenech. The man has run out of ideas, he has lost the dressing room and he's just a shadow of a fantastic French coach at the 2010 World Cup. He is so far the poorest manager in the tournament. His decisions to leave their top scorer, Thiery Henry, on the sidelines in games where France desperately lacked a "cutting-edge," to include unfit players like William Gallas (who had played for only 45 minutes in four months before the World Cup), dropping Karim Benzema from the squad, his quick choice of Patrice Evra as captain, over reliance on wasteful Sydney Govou, and most importantly, his failure to inspire the team and encourage team play. FFF should act fast and introduce Laurent Blanc to try and salvage France's chances of progressing further. Some of us who expected entertainment from such a team of gifted players are really disappointed. I can't really imagine what goes through the heads of the French men. Unimaginable!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Henry Nicks Kizito
21/06/2010 11:55:00
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Swampies hang your heads in shame
Wswilly3
21/06/2010 17:28:00
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Wswilly do you actually have any intellectual input? Or are you here to tirade about how its only a matter of time before you guys rule the world and we will crumble to nothing etc etc. Also shambles? Really? This 'shambolic' team can brag 2nd in the league with the best defensive record despite loads of injuries in defense. If thats shambolic what does that make of the team that came 5th?
TheFamousNo7
22/06/2010 08:10:00
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Like England i blame the coach of the French squad the tactics of Domenech are just baffling though.
TheFamousNo7
22/06/2010 08:11:00
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