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Sneijder Off The Radar

Well we could but dream!

The impending arrival of Wesley Sneijder, from Inter Milan doesn`t, despite all our hopes, look set to happen.

We`re not party to what has been going on behind the scenes or whether there has ever been any meaningful dialect between the parties concerned.

But with Sir Alex Ferguson remarking,

"We are looking at some things but I`m not so sure Sneijder will be easy to get."

I`d hazard a guess that something isn`t quite right when it comes to a deal being struck!

How about you?



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 19 2011

Time: 4:45PM

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Apparently he's not off our radar though...
fifthcolumnblue
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19/07/2011 16:52:00

might be on ours too for all I know!
merlin
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19/07/2011 19:07:00

How can Sneijder be off the radar when he was never on the radar to begin with? Funny thing is, the newspaper now believe that Fergies try to knock 'em off the trail and that there's now even more truth behind it. How'd they come to that conclusion?
TheFamousNo7
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19/07/2011 22:26:00

Whether or not Sneijder is actually a target for Fergie he ******** should be. Now we are linked with another Brazilian "prospect" for 25 ******** million, this is getting ridiculous. I am sick of ******** prospects, every year it's such and such will come in to the team and make a position their own or it's he's the new Zidane/Giggs/Batistuta bs and yet we are still stuck with a centre mid pairing of Fletcher and Carrick (the deluded mans Xabi Alonso). It's time to stop messing about and get an established att mid who is fit to wear our shirt not another prospect who is intimidated and scared of it and who more then likely will be sold to Sunderland or Blackburn the season after signing.
Kanchelskis
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20/07/2011 16:14:00

he isnt as good as Modric and screams for more money what a****!
Uskok
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21/07/2011 04:45:00

 

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