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An Autumnal Bloomer!

The news that Tom Cleverley is out until at least Christmas, coupled with the fact that Ryan Giggs is also out injured, would send many managers into panic mode.

But not Sir Alex!

Instead Sir Alex is looking at the situation in a positive manner and is looking towards Michael Carrick stepping up to produce the displays we know he can.

Speaking about Carrick, Sir Alex had this to say ahead of the trip to South Wales to take on Swansea City,

"Michael always comes good around this time of the year."

"He`s fit now, which is good news, and he will give me options in terms of midfield combinations. I think we`ll be okay on that front."


Let`s hope Sir Alex is right, although it is fair to say he usually is!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday November 19 2011

Time: 12:25PM

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I hope Fergies right as I'd have Carrick down as dead weight at the moment. The man very rarely puts in a decent shift and tends to be non-existant and has been like it for the better part of 2 seasons. Hopefully we do see the Carrick of pre-Barca 2009 but I won't be holding my breath on it. Fergies faith in him says to me we won't be getting a midfielder we're in dire need of and no i'm not on about a Sneijder but another youngster how can add something to the team. I hoped Fergie would give Cleverley a chance and am chuffed he finally did but at the same time I wanted to see Fergie sign up some competition and cover for him.
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