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United - Obertan`s Future?

Our French forward, Gabriel Obertan, has, in our opinion, flattered to deceive this season.

Although he may not have had a run in the starting eleven when called upon the twenty-two year old could well be accused of giving a sporadic indication of his worth, in fact, there are rumours doing the rounds that he could be move don this summer as Sir Alex Ferguson looks to rejuvenate a squad that many see as being in decline.

But if that is the case, Obertan isn`t letting on and has given the media world some comments that infer he is still very much a work-in-progress player, when he`s attributed as having commented,

"I hope to become a real Manchester United player but the most important thing is to keep working hard."

"I try to learn from players like Ryan Giggs and Nani."

"Playing alongside players like them is very important."

"It may take a while but I`m going to keep working hard. I`m focused on doing my best for the club and then we`ll see."

"Hopefully I`ll get some time on the pitch to show what I can do."


What is the verdict then?

Should we keep him or should we move him on?





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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 11 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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Ah yes, Gabriel Obertan - part of your world-beating future. Just like Adam Ljajic, Zoran Tosic.... How many man u fans did I hear spouting about how great this lot were going to be?
fifthcolumnblue
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11/03/2011 18:39:00

I can't believe we're even discussing keeping him or not. When he plays well he's brilliant but he's young and a lack of consistency is to be expected. We should definately keep him, like Bebe he has alot of raw potential which tends to take longer to nurture.
TheFamousNo7
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11/03/2011 19:09:00

Have you time to let him mature with all those oldies in your team?
Merlin
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11/03/2011 19:22:00

 

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