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67% Would Welcome Patrick Vieira

Vital Manchester United asked if you would welcome former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira to Old Trafford.

59% backed the link, although it now appears Inter will end up his destination, saying he would be a great signing. A further 4% said they would welcome him but he'd be an average signing.

34% said they wouldn't want the 30-year-old midfielder and 3% said they were unsure.

Our latest poll asks if Ronaldo will face a backlash from England fans and if he should stay at Old Trafford or not.




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 4 2006

Time: 2:23PM

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a few years ago yes, not sure now, probably not though.
TheatreOfDreams
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04/08/2006 14:32:00

hes gone to inter lets stop chatting bout him and get senna
carrickisours
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04/08/2006 15:32:00

forget senna, get mascherano
Kanchelskis
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05/08/2006 19:36:00

 

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