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No Loan Spells!

No Loan Spells!

In the glare of the media on the USA pre-season tour, little snippets of information are becoming available as the press probe Sir Alex Ferguson.

The latest piece of information to be gleaned puts ot bed all those rumours about Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck going out on loan with Sir Alex quashing such talk by remarking,

"They won`t go on loan again. At their ages, it wouldn`t do us any good because other clubs would be benefitting from what we could be benefitting from."

It`ll be interesting to see how much action the pair get in the first team next season and how they fare.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday July 20 2011
Time: 4:36PM

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I reckon both will get decent game time, well I hope so atleast because they really deserve. Both went out on loan and really made a point. I can imagine it being harder for Welbeck though, he will really need to take the opportunities as they come as Owen will want to prove why he should stay another year and has shown real hunger in preseason so far, Berby will hopefully be trying to prove why he should stay another year, Macheda will be trying to prove why he shouldn't get loaned out and Hernandez will be trying to keep his first team place. No point commenting on Rooney because the lads untouchable, one of Fergies very few favourites and perhaps the only player to take him for a mug (which frustrates me as Becks worshipped the ground he walked on and has nothing but good things to say about him and was still forced out. Fergie doesn't seem to even acknowledge his existence anymore). Rooney can play as 5h1t as he pleases and feel comfortable in the knowledge that he won't lose his spot, take the start of the season as an example, a couple of games he was brilliant but a majority of them he was a shadow.
TheFamousNo7
20/07/2011 23:50:00
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No loan spells? Does that mean Joe Sim and his bezzie mate Bryan "Global Ambassador" Robson don't have any clubs lined up for the players to be loaned to?
fifthcolumnblue
21/07/2011 07:53:00
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On the subject of the "Face of Un***d", I notice that Chavel Morrison has been brushing with her Majesty's finest again. You must be so proud! PMSL. http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1441201_new-brush-with-the-law-for-manchester-united-starlet-ravel-morrison
fifthcolumnblue
21/07/2011 08:21:00
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