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United - Our Weakest Area Is?

United - Our Weakest Area Is?

Our polls are coming thick and fast as we strive to take this site to new levels.

Recently, we asked, come January, which area of our squad you`d like to see strengthened.

The response left us in doubt as to where you perceive we are weak with 70 inferring that the midfield was an area that Sir Alex Ferguson should pay attention to.

Possibly because the ageing legs of Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes are not going to last forever?

Coming a very distant second, with 11% of the vote, were two areas - goalkeeper and attack.

Are there lurking fears that when Edwin Van der Sar calls it a day we could be caught out and are you worried that apart from Rooney and Berbatov, we lack real, instant quality up front?

Surprisingly, only 8% opted for the area that many perceive as being the most fragile -defence. We`ve conceded goals with alarmingly regularity but perhaps you`re all convinced the return of Rio Ferdinand will sort that out!

An interesting poll I`d say!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday October 10 2010
Time: 9:44AM

Comments

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can I suggest your ageing manager!
merlin
10/10/2010 18:08:00
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Your ageing manager who is being found out now that he can no longer spend his way out of trouble. The sad thing is that he'll cling on as the edifice crumbles and you'll follow him all the way over the cliff.
fifthcolumnblue
10/10/2010 20:01:00
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Could've swore Fergie put a 35 mil bid in for Sneijder and also a 25 mil bid in for Benzema whilst also spending another 20ish mil on Hernandez, Smalling and Bebe. Broke clubs can't do that surely. We need an Attacking Mid and a GK.
TheFamousNo7
11/10/2010 12:46:00
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