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Berbatov Set to Stay

Berbatov Set to Stay

Despite sustained interest from the European continent and Russia, it now looks likely that Dimitar Berbatov will be staying at Old Trafford.

The Bulgarian striker, although not a regular starter this season, does remain in Sir Alex Ferguson`s plans with the boss remarking about the striker, in response to a possible move away,

"Dimitar is still in my thoughts."

"He is an outstanding footballer and we will give the extra year."


Good news or bad news?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday November 19 2011
Time: 12:15PM

Comments

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Great news, absolutely great news no one in the PL has the technique of Berba, he is an absolute joy to watch.. Yes he dosnt chase down and do as much defensive work as you might want him to do, but neither did Ronaldo nor Cantona.. Furthermore he was topscorer last year, and now that he is benched you never hear him complain, he is always respectfull in his comments. You only need to look at the mercenary camp to see pathetic and childish behavior to understand that Berba is a true professional.
nordkap
19/11/2011 14:46:00
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Wouldn't mind him staying if he was going to sign a contract extension but to be honest with only 6 months left and the possibility to recoup 10-15 mil from a PSG or Anzhi for a back-up striker who's hitting 30 and doesn't believe his career will last much longer i'd sooner us take the money and let him go.
TheFamousNo7
20/11/2011 10:45:00
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Sorry, but he is actually leaving. It's just that he moves so slowly that nobody has noticed yet.
fifthcolumnblue
20/11/2011 23:39:00
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