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Nani Relishes the Challenge

Nani Relishes the Challenge

Some comments that have filtered through to the press, from Nani, show that despite reports to the contrary, the Portuguese winger isn`t fazed about the sudden arrival of Ashley Young, from Aston Villa.

He also goes on to explain that his dip in form, towards the end of the season, was a result of playing too much.

But first the arrival of Ashley Young which prompted Nani to remark,

"Off course I have to welcome everyone they sign."

"I think Manchester United is a fantastic club and, when they bring in new players, they know it is good for the team - and Young has to help them."

"I was at United when Cristiano was here. He`s one of the best players in the world, but I had no worries about him."

"It`s good for the team. We want more good players to help us win trophies."


Continuing, but reverting to the form theme, he continues,

"Last season I played more games than ever at United."

"That`s why, maybe, in the last games I didn`t look the same as in the first games."


And as for his omission from the starting eleven in the Champions League final, at Wembley against Barcelona, he further adds,

"It was boring not playing in the Champions League Final because you want to play, everyone wants to play."

"Finals are for playing, but the manager makes the decision. He knows who is better for the team and I have to respect that."


Looking forward to next season, Nani adds,

"Now I`m holiday to rest and get my power back. At the start of the season I will be fine to start strong again, start to do what I know."

We expect the competition for places to drive the players on to produce the kind of performances needed to close that gap highlighted so well by Barcelona at Wembley.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday June 28 2011
Time: 4:54PM

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Difference between us and Barca is a magnificent midfield and a certain Lionel Messi. I think we've got better options than them both outwide, upfront and in defense but nothing to link it all together unfortunately. I don't think anyone will close the gap on Barca solely because there midfield lining is out of this world.
TheFamousNo7
28/06/2011 17:31:00
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Completely agree No7, we are better in def, up front and on the wings but that midfield triangle of Xavi, Iniesta and Messi is truly unbelievable.
Kanchelskis
28/06/2011 22:16:00
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