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MUFC on Tour

Manchester United will depart this week for a 3-game South African tour minus a fair proportion of their first team.

England super-stars Neville, Ferdinand and Rooney will be joined by Van Der Sar, Ruud, Park Ji-Sung and Henize in having a nice rest after the World Cup.

This will give an opportunity to some of the squad players to re-ignite their careers under Sir Alex. United take on the Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, and then play one of the two teams again before coming back for the August season-opener.

Scots midfielder Fletcher is one of the perennial Cup-starters come Subs and is relishing the chance to shine whilst the big boys are away:

'Our young players will be coming back for pre-season with not so many first team players around, so there is an opportunity for players to be starting more games than expected, they need to take full advantage.'


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Date:Monday July 10 2006
Time: 8:55AM

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hi plymouth fan here we've just signed ebanks blake from u, i just wanted to ask whats ure opinion on him?
green giant 12
15/07/2006 13:12:00
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hes really good. anyways RUUD VAN NISTELROOY IS NOW GONE! YES YES YES YES ! THIS INFO IS AS OF 8:46 SATURDAY JULY 15 HES OFF TO REAL.
karim
15/07/2006 13:46:00
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