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Fletcher Comeback Continues!

Fletcher Comeback Continues!

The comeback of an integral part of our midfield continues.

Darren Fletcher, sidelined through a debilitating stomach virus, played the full ninety minutes in a reserve match against Arsenal yesterday.

Arsenal may have emerged victors but the biggest winners on the night were United who will be eagerly looking towards a date when Fletcher can be considered for a first team comeback!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday August 16 2011
Time: 4:44PM

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"Arsenal may have emerged as victors..." No Redboy, Arsenal DID emerge as victors using players younger and far less experienced than those in the team sent out by United.
Deltaforce
16/08/2011 18:37:00
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"Arsenal may have emerged as victors..." No Redboy, Arsenal DID emerge as victors using players younger and far less experienced than those in the team sent out by United.
Deltaforce
16/08/2011 18:37:00
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Deltaforce just a reminder in case you forgot, it was the reserves. No point getting too excited about beating our reserves with a far less experienced side. However, if you beat us with a far less experienced side in an actual competition e.g. us v you FA Cup, then feel free to gloat all you like.
TheFamousNo7
17/08/2011 10:40:00
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Deltaforce just a reminder in case you forgot, it was the reserves. No point getting too excited about beating our reserves with a far less experienced side. However, if you beat us with a far less experienced side in an actual competition e.g. us v you FA Cup, then feel free to gloat all you like.
TheFamousNo7
17/08/2011 10:40:00
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Great to hear Fletcher is making a comeback and it couldn't be at a better time with Tottenham and Arsenal coming up soon. His defensive game is brilliant and Tchoyi highlighted our need for him in the squad.
TheFamousNo7
17/08/2011 10:43:00
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Great to hear Fletcher is making a comeback and it couldn't be at a better time with Tottenham and Arsenal coming up soon. His defensive game is brilliant and Tchoyi highlighted our need for him in the squad.
TheFamousNo7
17/08/2011 10:43:00
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Could take him quite a while to get back up to speed after such a long lay-off and such a debilitating illness. Taggart may not want to risk him in high profile games like Spurs & Arsenal.
fifthcolumnblue
17/08/2011 15:23:00
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Could take him quite a while to get back up to speed after such a long lay-off and such a debilitating illness. Taggart may not want to risk him in high profile games like Spurs & Arsenal.
fifthcolumnblue
17/08/2011 15:23:00
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Fletch will play when SAF thinks hes ready - no matter if Fletch thinks hes ready and tells SAF so - I think it may very well be another few weeks....
niteworlok
18/08/2011 07:57:00
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Fletch will play when SAF thinks hes ready - no matter if Fletch thinks hes ready and tells SAF so - I think it may very well be another few weeks....
niteworlok
18/08/2011 07:57:00
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