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Richardson Looking To Break Through

Richardson Looking To Break Through

Kieran Richardson has told the official site that he is looking to push his credentials and become a first team regular for the upcoming season.

The 21-year-old winger said: 'I am looking for big things this season because I have a lot to prove to myself and to others.'

'I hope I will show what I can do because United is certainly the place to be. I have my fingers crossed that it's going to be big season for the club and for me.'

Most reports on Richardson see him linked with moves out of Old Trafford, so great to see he is more interested in talking about breaking into our first team regularly.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Cantona
Date:Monday July 24 2006
Time: 6:58PM

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Hopefully Sir Alex will give him the chance and he can prove he's good enough to stay at Old Trafford. If he's good enough for Old Trafford he'll be good enough for England, which some doubted after his caps thus far.
pompeyrug
24/07/2006 19:56:00
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Got to start letting the latest youth players prove themselves, we did it in the 90's and no one could touch utd.
Cantona7
24/07/2006 21:23:00
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If he's any good, he'll sign for Chelsea in a year or two.
USA
24/07/2006 22:10:00
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Wrong USA, if he was any good he would be at Stamford Bridge by now, the fact that he hasn't yet won his stripes at United concerns me as to why their is such a Spurs interest.
TeddyLyon
25/07/2006 04:27:00
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hes a reli gd player in my opinion gd luck in da 1st tema
swanz_gal_05
27/07/2006 18:34:00
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