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United - We`d Still Be As Big As Ever!

The way the tabloid press have been carrying on you`d think that the possibility of Wayne Rooney leaving would herald the beginning of the end for Manchester United Football Club.

Far from it!

Our club is far bigger than one player and the resilient spirit shown over the many decades we`ve stood face to face with adversity will ensure a Manchester United without Rooney will still be a force to be feared by those who stand in our path.

One player who left Old Trafford in, how you might say, difficult circumstances has recognized this and has provided a set of quotes, to the tabloid press, that emphasise this point exactly,

Step forward Roy Keane,

"Don`t worry or lose any sleep over Manchester United. They will be fine. They will be as strong as ever."

"Let`s not forget what a great club United is. They are probably one of the best in the world but I can`t speak for Wayne."

"Will they still be able to attract the top players? Absolutely."


There you have it, the truth in a nutshell!

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 22 2010

Time: 4:06PM

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Anyone who believes we can't attract great players needs their head checked.
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Can't attract posters though......I'm off home.
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