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Gibson Quandary!

Having, according to the tabloid media, accepted that his future lies away from Old Trafford, Darren Gibson is undecided as to where his future does exactly lie.

A move to Sunderland had been inferred with a fee of 5 million being mentioned. But, this morning (Sunday), the inference is that Gibson is now considering a move to Newcastle with their boss, Alan Pardew, keen to hijack the proposed move.

It`ll be interesting to see where the twenty-three year old Irish international does end up. We`ll do our best you keep you informed.

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 26 2011

Time: 12:25PM

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Should be interesting to see which of the two rivals he will pick. I would expect Sunderland myself. There's a lot more stability there and of course one of our favourites is the manager.
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26/06/2011 13:51:00

I would have thought there would have been far greater interest in the boy as he does look a very decent player and a possible bargein at around 5m.
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26/06/2011 14:03:00

This is one we could regret in a year or two, the lad wouldn't of been at the club for so long if there wasn't something about him, I fear he will finally live up to that promise and prove to be a very good signing for whoever gets him or he could be another Paul McShane.
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26/06/2011 17:43:00

We'll always have that issue though i'm afraid. Some players we sell may go on to be Rossi's whilst others may end up being Djemba Djemba's. Some we will be looking back on and thinking "thank fu(k we got rid of him!" whilst others we'll be wondering who in their right mind would sell him?
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26/06/2011 18:40:00

He may well go on to be something somewhere but hes not ready for United and probably never will be. Thanks for your contributions Gibo and goodluck.
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26/06/2011 20:26:00


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