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Defenders to be Dropped?

Although the side that starts at Aldershot, tonight, is likely to be far removed form that which started against Manchester City, on Sunday, there could be two famous names paying the price for the humiliation dished out by City.

With Sir Alex Ferguson having questioned the reasoning behind launching attack after attack whilst leaving ourselves exposed in defence, inferring that Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand should have known better and accepted the 3-1 (at the time) reverse, one news source has now gone out on a limb and inferred that Evra and Ferdinand will be dropped for the volatile trip to Goodison Park this weekend!

Should they pay the price?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 25 2011

Time: 4:45PM

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regardless of the result at the weekend, would they have started tonight anyway?
oxfordspur
oxford makes a very good point but all the same it's a little to late, they should've been dropped when their form first dipped long before the City game.
TheFamousNo7
Have to agree with Famous on this one - Turdinand has been waning spectacularly for the last 18 months and is back up at best these days, whilst Evra has only been playing because (whichever plays LB) Da Silva has been out injured. I think the major mistake your manager has made is waiting far too long to get decent back up for turdy vidic and Evra, because whilst Smalling and Jones look very good prospects, they are still quite green around the gills - same goes for your midfield where the likes of Pogba, Cleverly etc. will probably go on to be very good players - but they ain't ready yet!
fifthcolumnblue
 

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