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Cleverley - Mixed Emotions?

Manchester United may be celebrating a record busting 19th title but not too far down the road one of ours is contemplating life at the opposite end of the table.

Tom Cleverley, on a season long loan spell at the DW Stadium, has been actively involved in assisting Dave Whelan`s club from losing there Premier League status, via relegation.

His time, a the DW Stadium, may be coming to an end but Tom is intent on doing his utmost to ensure that Wigan are around in the Premier League next season, commenting ahead of their crucial last game of the season, a game they must win to survive,

"I`ve really enjoyed my time with Wigan but there`s a week`s hard work still to be done."

"I`m heading back to Manchester United but I`m committed to doing all I can to help keep Wigan up."


It must be a strange feeling giving your all for a club knowing that come next season you`ll be involved with a team that enjoyed the emotions associated with the other end of the scale!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 18 2011

Time: 5:04PM

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Cleverley has done quite well in his debut season for a struggling team which has a real lack of quality par perhaps 2 or 3 players (some of their players are worse than average). He really might provide that attacking mentality we lack from the center of the park. Even if we sign a Douglas Costa or Sneijder (don't hold your breath Wesley) he should provide stiff competition for the position and who knows, in a side which is full of talent he may really begin to shine.
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