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Hernandez Future?

Hernandez Future?

The signing of Robin Van Persie has certainly thrown a spanner into the works as far as the pecking order of our strikers is concerned.

Sir Alex Ferguson now has, at his disposal, an array of striking talent with Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck, Javier Hernandez and Dimitar Berbatov on the books.

The acquisition of Van Persie will surely signal the departure of Berbatov whilst Welbeck (who has just put pen to paper on a new deal) and Hernandez will be pondering over just how many first team opportunities they will get.

To this effect, one prominent tabloid has gone into print with the inference that Hernandez could be moving in the opposite direction to that of Van Persie by moving to Arsenal.

Could it happen?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday August 16 2012
Time: 4:38PM

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Doubt it Fergie will want to keep him. Berbatov will go but can see the strike force being more fluid now with more rotation of players. Opposition will have a nightmare trying to figure what mix will be up front. Rooney or RVP with ether Wellbeck or Hernandez or together all four thrown on. The mind boggles
MotorMad
16/08/2012 19:04:00
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RVP, Rooney, Hernandez and Welbeck will all stay. We've seen before when we need a goal in a game to play 2 strikers up top and another striker outwide. Welbeck could easily be distributed outwide if needed, with Park leaving we now only have 3 wingers.
TheFamousNo7
16/08/2012 19:39:00
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There's also the option to drop Rooney deeper into the CM role (which needs strengthening anyway and I reckon he's the midfielder we need) with RVP in front of him and then one of Hernandez or Welbeck infront of him also.
TheFamousNo7
16/08/2012 19:43:00
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Whatever way Fergie has planed to play all of them do believe now we have a frontline comparable to city's. Shame bout midfield need new blood there badly but no point in denial your team was bloody good last season. Game on lads may the best team win! ( though you heave to realize I will berate, slag you all off and be full of excuses at any given moment and I expect no less than the same or more in return! )
MotorMad
16/08/2012 22:02:00
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Sorry TF7 theirs not yours damn phone plus minds inability to process alcohol
MotorMad
16/08/2012 22:07:00
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Wasn't a bad alcohol-ridden attempt to be honest.
TheFamousNo7
17/08/2012 07:57:00
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Fergie will never offload 'chicie'. He's a player for the future; together with welbeck..RVP is all but 29yrs of age while chicie nd welbeck are in thier early twenties and already impressing. Why would fergie want to sell them?
serginho
19/08/2012 14:51:00
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