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Softly, Softly!

Softly, softly, seems to be the way ahead with regards to the return of Javier Hernandez.

Having completed his international stint, this summer, with Mexico, the striker is now back with the squad but is unlikely to feature in the forthcoming fixtures with Sir Alex Ferguson intimating that the youngster will be brought back into the fold slowly, with Sir Alex remarking,

"We need to re-energise him and give him a lot of training before we consider him for the first team."

"The league will not be won or lost in the first match."


Those words should give encouragement to either Owen, Berbatov or Macheda to stake a claim to be Rooney`s strike partner in that opening Premier League fixture, against West Bromwich Albion.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 26 2011

Time: 4:37PM

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I'm not quite sure how to take this quote. Hernandez has quickly become a key player for us and allows Rooney to play his game to perfection, it's no coincedence that when Hernandez was introduced to the first team Rooney played his finest football. Hernandez streches the game vertically creating space in the center of the park for Rooney to play his game. Also, you then take into consideration that Fergie went on to say that a lack of match fitness cost us during the start of last season yet by preventing Hernandez from playing that's exactly what he's depriving Hernandez of. At the same time, Hernandez really does need a rest otherwise we're risking burnout and possible injury problems in the future, but even then I can't imagine 20-30 mins here and there doing too much harm.
TheFamousNo7
 

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