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The Last We Heard!

The last we heard, over the weekend, was that Darren Brown was deep in discussion with Sunderland over a contract.

The last we heard the negotiations had hit a sticky patch over Sunderland matching Gibson`s reputed £40,000 a week salary he`s supposed to be on at Old Trafford.

The last we heard the deal was off with the differences being insurmountable!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday July 11 2011
Time: 4:41PM

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Darren Brown, who's he? :P Also, it's Darron ;) The lads done nothing to even justify those wage demands and i'm shocked that he's even been offered those wages from ourselves. Brown after his greatest season in a United shirt got a wage boost to what 40-50k? (he wanted 80 but wasn't getting it) Meanwhile, Gibson is on 40k from being an inconsistent youngster who's nothing more than back-up. I can't work it out myself.
TheFamousNo7
11/07/2011 18:33:00
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Gibson's on 40 grand a week hahaha, lucky it wasn't performance related or he would of been living off of rations.
Kanchelskis
11/07/2011 20:42:00
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Could not agree more wage demands way above his league that just shows how money mad football is now days, hang your head in shame Mr Gibson
footballtaz1
11/07/2011 20:42:00
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40k???? Don't even think he deserves quarter of that.
rooneyisgod
11/07/2011 21:11:00
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You're paying Gibson 40k per week? Remember that the next time you accuse us of ruining football, eh lads?
fifthcolumnblue
12/07/2011 15:06:00
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