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Doubts About Carricks United Future!

Doubts About Carricks United Future!

Is Michael Carrick living on borrowed time?

The reason I ask is that one of the leading red-top publications has come out with the implication that Sir Alex Ferguson has decided that Carrick is free to leave this summer.

Apparently, Carrick has eighteen months left on his contract and there are no plans to offer the twenty-none year old a new one. Supposedly, Sir Alex has hit on the idea that his central midfield partnership, as we move forward, will be Darren Fletcher and Anderson.

So far this season, Carrick has started 19 of our 32 games which would indicate Sir Alex does have some faith in him.

What are your views?

Should Carrick be given a new contract or should he be moved on?



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday January 22 2011
Time: 11:26AM

Comments

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moved on, he is ok against weak teams that play bad (:|) but whenever the opposite pressures us he cant handle it and makes stupid mistakes
Reddevils4ever89
22/01/2011 11:37:00
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Does! redboy! do! headlines! without! an! exclamation mark?! Watch this space!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)
fifthcolumnblue
22/01/2011 12:23:00
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Barcelona really screwed his game up. He rarely has a game where he gets stuck in or plays reasonably well. Still a very good bench player but with youngsters coming back and demanding a place I think the competition is going to be far too tough for Carrick. Wouldn't mind if he stayed but overall I wouldn't be too fussed if he left.
TheFamousNo7
22/01/2011 18:03:00
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