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Sticking Up for De Gea

Sticking Up for De Gea

Although Anders Lindegaard performed admirably on Wednesday night, David De Gea will be between the sticks for United this afternoon.

But, still a little rankled by the questions aimed in his direction by Kelly Cates, offspring of Kenny Dalglish, on Wednesday after the Benfica game, Sir Alex has the impression that the media are just waiting for De Gea to fail, prompting Sir Alex to once again rattle his sabre in the pre-match press conference, commenting,

"There`s an agenda on De Gea."

"For some reason it seems there are people who are desperate for the boy to fail."

"That`s the impression and I don`t understand it. He`s been really composed, outstanding - and he will definitely be in the team against Chelsea."


Is he right or is he getting a little paranoid?

We`d be interested to hear your views.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday September 18 2011
Time: 11:29AM

Comments

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Paranoid old rednose!
MidasTouchJay
18/09/2011 11:33:00
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Paranoid old rednose!
MidasTouchJay
18/09/2011 11:33:00
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MAN UTD, YOU ARE GOIN DOWN TODAY!
YENUSCO
18/09/2011 11:35:00
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MAN UTD, YOU ARE GOIN DOWN TODAY!
YENUSCO
18/09/2011 11:35:00
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Midas it is the truth, the press so desperately want De Gea to fail, its their job to dig at the clubs. I am sure SAF or De Gea are not worried, he has done excellent and will keep improving.. Yenusco IM NOT SO SURE..
nordkap
18/09/2011 14:31:00
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Midas it is the truth, the press so desperately want De Gea to fail, its their job to dig at the clubs. I am sure SAF or De Gea are not worried, he has done excellent and will keep improving.. Yenusco IM NOT SO SURE..
nordkap
18/09/2011 14:31:00
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Down where Yenusco?
TheFamousNo7
18/09/2011 17:57:00
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Down where Yenusco?
TheFamousNo7
18/09/2011 17:57:00
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He's right. De Gea was solid v Tottenham and as soon as he dropped one cross the media couldn't help but pick it up and scrutinize it and ignore all the positives.
TheFamousNo7
18/09/2011 17:58:00
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He's right. De Gea was solid v Tottenham and as soon as he dropped one cross the media couldn't help but pick it up and scrutinize it and ignore all the positives.
TheFamousNo7
18/09/2011 17:58:00
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