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United`s O`Shea Is a Wanted Man!

United`s O`Shea Is a Wanted Man!

A strange one this!

The Bundesliga side, currently managed by our old friend, Steve McClaren have, according to one news source, expressed an interest in one of our players.

The player in question is John O`Shea!

Now John is a valued squad member at Old Trafford but the question we`d like you to answer is whether you think Sir Alex Ferguson would be interested in off-loading the defender and possibly bring someone else in?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday December 30 2010
Time: 4:41PM

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Utility men are highly valued, while he may not be a superstar, he does a good job when deployed in defence. If Chelsea had only a few of his kind, maybe they wouldnt be in such a mess. Big clubs need players like Oshea, players that do not complain if they are not playing, players that just get on with it, I hope we dont sell Oshea..
nordkap
30/12/2010 22:01:00
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A very useful player and arguably Fergies no1 RB until Rafael develops further, I doubt he will be leaving anytime soon.
TheFamousNo7
31/12/2010 00:38:00
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How much does McClaren want along with JOS? I'd say swap him for the wolfsburg corner flags or kitman or something!!!
java
31/12/2010 08:56:00
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Nevilles retiring, Brown is not the same as he was, why the ***** would we want to lose O'Shea who never moans about a lack of playing time, who never causes any grief for fergie plus when he does fill in, in defence or midfield, he does a decent job, if anything send carrick over in a box with a note that says "Sorry Steve have this ***** instead"
kanchelskis
31/12/2010 19:42:00
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