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United - Welbeck`s Dilemma!

United - Welbeck`s Dilemma!

Yesterday we ran an article whereby we inferred that the brace of goals Danny Welbeck scored for Sunderland, Everton, might have implications.

We thought that his scoring prowess might well up the ante when it came to a forced decision over his future.

Getting regular match time has certainly benefitted Danny and following along the theme about his immediate future both Steve Bruce and Danny found time to comment, following the 2-2 draw Sunderland had with Everton.

First up Steve Bruce, who commented,

"Danny`s a young lad and he`s thriving on the challenge here. If he keeps playing like that, his price-tag will go up and put us in an impossible situation."

"We`d love him to stay, but how much will it cost us now to buy him?"

"The form he`s showing now is why we brought him to the club. His ability has never been in question."

"The kid wants to play regularly, he`s getting that with us and he`s showing what a naturally gifted player he is."


Followed by Danny who remarked,

"I`ve seen what Steve Bruce has said and I need to make a decision on my future."

"For now I`m looking short-term. I just want to do my best in every game and I`m not thinking about whether I go back to United."

"My aim was to come here and get minutes on the pitch."

"At United I was getting the odd chance here and there but I was never ready to take them."

"I`d miss loads of games and then be thrown in and would struggle to do myself justice."

"It`s different here. I`m playing every game and I`m getting better and better. You can see I`m really benefitting from it."

"I`m confident and I`m really enjoying my football."


Our question to you is - Where do you see Danny Welbeck in the pecking order, regarding strikers, if he returns to Old Trafford at the end of the season?


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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday November 24 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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He would be ideal for Sunderland.
GazJohnson
24/11/2010 19:55:00
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We should really hold onto Welbeck, he's getting better and better with each performance. Not only can he play as a striker he is very good on the wings.
TheFamousNo7
25/11/2010 12:57:00
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