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Explaining Young`s Exclusion!

Explaining Young`s Exclusion!

As was successfully inferred by several new sources this morning, Ashley Young was not included in the starting eleven for the visit of Everton, to Old Trafford.

Speaking about his exclusion, Sir Alex Ferguson clarified matters before the kick-off remarking,

'Nani has come back to form, he's fresh and I think that could make a difference. Ashley is unfortunate, the press has been over the top because it's Manchester United, it was a penalty kick, there's no doubt about that.'

So there you have it!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday April 22 2012
Time: 12:17PM

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Never a penalty. Dropped.
Zbam
22/04/2012 12:38:00
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I'll second that!
merlin
22/04/2012 19:24:00
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Dropped due to Nani being a better player and a game changer and match winner when we need him most. Nani fulfilled that expectation v Everton and justified his selection over Young in the starting line-up. However, when we should've been looking to grind out the win 4-2 or 3-1 up Young should've been brought on for his better defending ability than Nani who's poor closing down and defensive ability partially cost us 2 goals up until that point.
TheFamousNo7
22/04/2012 19:52:00
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