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United - Nani Sweeps the Board!

United - Nani Sweeps the Board!

The games are coming thick and fast these days.

No sooner have we played Spurs and already we`re looking ahead to the continuation of our Champions League campaign with a trip to Turkey.

But before we all start to focus on that particular match, perhaps it`s time to reflect on who you voted for as your man-of-the-match against Spurs (one wag did suggest it should be Mark Calttenburg).

One man led the field home and it was our speedy Portuguese winger / forward - Nani.

Nani picked up 51% of the vote beating off the challenge of Vidic and Hernandez who both polled 13%.

Was it anything to do with that cheeky second goal?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday November 1 2010
Time: 5:43PM

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Man of the match !! Give him an Oscar an all for his theatrical dives in the box, you must be so proud of him, oh yeh and as for sweeping the board, well,, give him a broom,he,s very good with his hands as well ! and when he,s done with the sweeping can someone take the broom off of him and stick it where the sun dont shine !! lol
Born&BredSpur
02/11/2010 03:48:00
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Very proud B&BSpur he has become and excellent winger one of the best in the PL and I will take the theatrics with a great performance anyday.
TheFamousNo7
02/11/2010 07:53:00
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Oh well TFN7 Some people are easily pleased,,Are,nt they !
Born&BredSpur
02/11/2010 12:52:00
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especaailly those brought up watcher Herr Klinsmann no doubt - or were his diving antic before your time!
Red Boy
02/11/2010 19:35:00
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