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United - Youngsters to the Fore!

Circumstances have contrived to present Sir Alex Ferguson with a few problems ahead of our clash with Manchester City.

Missing several experienced stars through injury, most notably Antonio Valencia, Michael Owen, Ryan Giggs and Nani and also with Wayne Rooney out stateside doing a rehabilitation programme, there`s a fair chance that there`ll be a sprinkling of youth running out in red0shirts at Eastlands.

Naturally our sprinkling of youth will come under scrutiny but Patrice Evra has n doubt that the likes of Javier Hernandez, Darron Gibson and Gabriel Obertan will be up to the test, remarking,

"I think you saw in recent games that every young lad wants to play and respect the shirt."

"That`s the only message you need to give."


Just thinking about playing City makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, I can`t wait can you?


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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 7 2010

Time: 11:53AM

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A few problems eh? Hope that's not excuses Red Boy ;)
Bluedub
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07/11/2010 22:30:00

Aw, getting your excuses in early as per usual. At least you got your wish of a fit Tevez!
fifthcolumnblue
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08/11/2010 09:28:00

Some very good talent missing there but there's alot of raw talent replacing it. Should be interesting to see how some of the younger players cope with the derby.
TheFamousNo7
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09/11/2010 07:59:00

Fergie playing the kids? What, just like he did in the CC semi final last year? Expect your antiquarians to take to the pitch, taggart can't risk losing any more face in Manchester after the Wooney debacle.
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09/11/2010 09:58:00

 

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