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United - Cahill Tracked?

Is Rio`s future in doubt?

With the news breaking yesterday that Rio Ferdinand is very unlikely to pull a United shirt on in anger this season, thanks to that lingering calf injury, it hasn`t taken long for the red-top publications to surmise who Sir Alex Ferguson might be considering as a long term replacement.

The name, currently, in the frame to replace Rio (if that`s the correct way of thinking) is the Bolton centre back, Gary Cahill.

Rated in the 15 million bracket, we get an ideal chance to witness his capabilities when Bolton visit Old Trafford this Saturday.

Which poses two questions for you to ponder:-

Is Cahill an able enough replacement for Rio?

Or is Rio far from finished despite having only played in 20 fixtures out of 45 games?




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 18 2011

Time: 5:00PM

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Smalling is a capable enough replacement for Rio, however in the event of and injury crisis or during game, I would feel more at ease to see a very good Cahill coming on rather than a very average Brown. The thing is, will he be happy to sit on the bench and in which part of the pecking order will he play? Would it be Vidic, Ferdinand, Smalling, Evans, Cahill or Vidic, Ferdinand, Smalling, Cahill, Evans?
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